I wish they would make the showstop they do for the JCB/Disney Card part part of the parade the regular guests get to see during the holidayIf I ever saw Dreamlights at Tokyo Disneyland during the Christmas season or during it's regular format. I think my draw would drop, I remember feeling very overwhelmed when I first discovered this parade on the official Tokyo Disneyland website back in 2007 or 2008.
I like it for both the lights and music, but in addition, it's one of the last beacons of classic Disney around.Why do people still like MSEP? I know I loved it as a kid, but it was largely driven by the use of analog synthesizers that were new to me and seem state of the art... But the music has gotten very dated.... synthesizers have come a long way since the era of "Switched on Bach" yet this music now seems like a time warp back to the early 70's. Do people that love MSEP love it because of the lights or the the music.
What I would love to see is Dreamlights with Paint the Night's technology! Can you imagine?I'm sure I replied to this thread awhile ago, but it's a new year and a new day and since PTN is currently not playing in DL, I wouldn't mind seeing it in WDW. Whether it's in MK or mgm, not sure. I think I would like to see it at MK just because it was in DL's "castle park" but what I'd really want to see is a brand new nighttime parade that looks, sounds and feels "current" like PTN but instead pays tribute to spectromagic.
Not sure when's the last time I replied or even checked this thread, but since then I had the amazingly fortunate opportunity to go to Tokyo Disneyland. And while, overall, I still enjoy PTN the most out of any night time parade I've seen, I completely understand why people say that Dreamlights is the best. It's a nice length, extremely colorful, more than any other Disney parade, music is similar to MSEP but feels more current toward the end, and definitely sets a standard for what a nighttime parade should be. Timeless and current.