The world is a carousel of...
Not only do they debut the "Prep & Landing" pre-show tonight...
But DCA reaches a milestone with World of Color. Tonight the show has it's 1000 presentation. That's right.
One Thousandth Show.
Hard to believe it's only been going on for a year and a half and they've already had that many show, but they have.
Imagine how the park will look when they celebrate two thousand...
Friday, November 11, 2011
A Thousand Colors...
Posted by Honor Hunter at 12:34 AM
Labels: 1000, Celebrations, DCA, Disneyland Resort, World of Color
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Glad I saw it once. Took my Daughter to Ariels for dinner and then had a good spot to watch. Was a horrible pain when I tried to see it the second time with friends with us, blue section. Both times during summer last year and unless it is major off season, I won't be seeing it again, unless they fix the horrid viewing issues.
I wonder how it will look during the 2,000th show. Not like the fountains are shooting straight anymore or anything...
Looks like recently they've given up on the domes and just shoot the projections onto Screamin'. The front projection fountain has been spraying horribly and the front projections can barely be made out anymore.
The show must be a pain to maintain... and how long will it pull in numbers for them to want to maintain it. Yesterdays final showing had maybe 100 people in each viewing area.
Just sayin, I love the show... but I'm wondering about its longevity. Both with the guests, and technically.
Why isn't Disney promoting "The Muppets" here? Seems like a no brainer.
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