Celebrate the return of the beloved Main Street Electrical Parade to Disneyland park with an assortment of commemorative products. This encore performance of the parade will run nightly until June 18 – that’s 45 years after it first lit up Main Street, U.S.A., in 1972. Here’s a look at what products guests will find during this special, limited-time celebration.
Adults and kids can relive favorite moments with graphic apparel that includes iconic images from the parade.
We will also introduce an animated glow headband with images of Mickey Mouse in the light-up ears.
There will be two pins celebrating the parade – a limited release logo pin, and a limited edition pin created especially for Disneyland Resort Annual Passholders. The latter pin will have an edition size of 2,000 (a valid Disneyland Resort Annual Passport must be presented purchase).
Finally, guests should look for a hand-painted Ink & Paint cel titled, “Mickey’s Dragon.” This new piece is limited to an edition size of 350 and will be available in a variety of formats including unframed, framed, framed with pin, and framed with postcard and pin. The specially designed limited edition pin (edition size 300) is only available with framed formats, while supplies last. You can see artwork for the pin in the upper left corner of the image shown above.
The Ink & Paint cel will be released at Disneyana shop also on Jan. 19. If you are unable to visit Disneyland Resort, we will have a limited number of cels available for purchase online here, while supplies last. Applicable tax and shipping fees apply; discounts are available on the framing only.
Stay tuned to Disney Parks Blog for additional details about new artwork from Jerrod Maruyama releasing this spring at WonderGround Gallery in Downtown Disney District. You can get a sneak preview of the artwork in a recent Disney Parks Blog Unboxed article here.