Tokyo DisneySea Special Event
Colors of Christmas: Nighttime Wishes
This nighttime entertainment fantasy is presented on the waters of Mediterranean Harbor and features a towering Christmas tree approximately 15 meters tall at the center of the harbor, as well as smaller Christmas tree-like illuminations. This year being the 15th Anniversary of Tokyo DisneySea, the Crystals of Wishes help make the Christmas trees shine even more. Also, the Disney Friends appear in the show wearing new costumes that match the colors of the Crystals of Wishes in honor of the 15th Anniversary.
After dark in Mediterranean Harbor, the show begins with a narrator describing a heartwarming Christmas. A mysterious glow covers the harbor waters when the Disney Friends appear on boats decorated with beautiful crystals. As Mickey Mouse calls out for everyone to send their wishes out to the main Christmas tree, the floating illuminations begin to light up.
To make the Christmas tree in the center of the harbor light up, Mickey and his friends make a wish together with the Guests gathered in Mediterranean Harbor. The floating illuminations then begin to sparkle and move together to the center of the harbor. Then the large Christmas tree and the floating illuminations begin to change colors and glow.
As the Christmas version of the Tokyo DisneySea 15th Anniversary theme song is heard, boats carrying Duffy, ShellieMay, Max and Clarice appear, and the Disney Friends start decorating the large tree with crystals in their personal colors. The Christmas tree and the floating illuminations sparkle even more as fountains shoot up high, with lasers and pyrotechnics creating a colorful atmosphere at Mediterranean Harbor for a spectacular finale.
During the performance of "Colors of Christmas: Nighttime Wishes," Guests can enjoy the "Crystal Compasses," a special merchandise item produced exclusively for the 15th Anniversary, as they light up in reaction to the Christmas trees' illumination.
Colors of Christmas: Afterglow
The Christmas tree and the floating illuminations in Mediterranean Harbor, which were illuminated in "Colors of Christmas: Nighttime Wishes" through the wishes of all the Guests, will sparkle and change colors in time to holiday music, allowing Guests to continue to enjoy the Christmas atmosphere for the remainder of the evening after the fireworks spectacular.
A Perfect Christmas
In this entertainment program, Mickey Mouse and his Disney Friends share what they feel are the joys of Christmas. As the show begins, happy Christmas music fills the air, building a sense of anticipation. The Disney Friends share the joys of Christmas, including Christmas trees, presents and other Christmas delights that they express through song and dance.
At the show's conclusion, Santa Claus, Duffy and ShellieMay, as well as other Disney Characters, arrive on boats and everyone celebrates Christmas throughout Mediterranean Harbor.
Other Entertainment Programs
Note: Entertainment programs are subject to change or cancellation due to inclement weather, etc. The number of performances each day is also subject to change.
Tokyo DisneySea will be decorated for Christmas in a way that celebrates the "Tokyo DisneySea 15th Anniversary: The Year of Wishes" and creates a heartwarming holiday.
In American Waterfront, the 15-meter-tall Christmas tree will be decorated with the logo of the 15th Anniversary. Waterfront Park will again feature the "Snow Crystal Illumination" program and new this year will be a sparkling Christmas tree with the 15th Anniversary's Crystals of Wishes as its motif. "Crystal Compasses," the special merchandise item commemorating the 15th Anniversary, will light up in reaction to the sounds in Waterfront Park, enhancing the celebratory mood.
Lost River Delta will offer the Christmas illumination "Fiesta de la Luz" (Spanish for "festival of lights"). Guests can enjoy the red and green Central American-style decorations that create a mystic Christmas atmosphere.
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