If you like Disney, but this year didn’t spend the holiday in the parks, it wasn’t an option, don’t worry, because you can still experience some of the holiday season magic and view the Disney Parks Magical Christmas Day Parade.
The two-hour event, with the broadcast of Christmas Day, will have several musical performances, character-chamins and special performances of celebrities, while the beloved parade makes its way into the Main Street, USA, at the Walt Disney World and Disneyland resorts. According to ABC, the host will be Matthew Morrison and Emma Bunton, the co-host of Disneyland, Jesse Palmer and co-host, the “Black-ish “-Star Marsai Martin and the “The Lion King ” Star JD McCetary help bring the spirit during the annual event Because they also share some heart-warming stories, as well as some stellar performances.
Viewers will also be treated at various Disney Parks assassin during an event, including a glimpse of the future attractions that will come to both the Florida and California Resorts and Theme Parks. The attractions include Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway, as well as the Avengers campus that will come to the park in California in 2020. It will also display the new revealed Disney Skyliner-Gondolestelsel which also connects parks and resorts in Florida.
From the artists who will deliver good arousal with performances, is Sting with ‘ Soul Cake ‘ of his album ‘ If On A Winter’s Night ‘, Shaggy with ‘ Christmas with backup ‘, Pentatonix with ‘ Santa Claus is Coming to Town ‘ and Ally Brooke with “Christmas Through Your Eyes. “
Moreover, Ingrid Michaelson and Grace Vanderwaal “Rock in” Around the Christmas Tree, “Portugal. The man will act both ‘ White Christmas ‘ and ‘ Feel it Still ‘, and the cast of ‘ High School Musical: The Musical: The Series ‘ will be called a ‘ high-energy medley ‘.
Those who intend to see the special presentation at home can do this as it starts on Tuesday 25 December to 10:00 on EST. Those who do not have access to a TV, but do have a kabelabonnement, can also see the special live from any computer or smartphone through the network’s own live stream, which is available via their Live TV feature.