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Another Look: ‘Together Forever – A Pixar Nighttime Spectacular’ at Disneyland Park Premiering April 13 During Pixar Fest

Michael Ramirez

by , Public Relations Director, Disneyland Resort

As we shared in last week’s first look, Disneyland park will light up when “Together Forever – A Pixar Nighttime Spectacular” celebrates the heart of Pixar!

Debuting at the start of Pixar Fest on April 13, this all-new nighttime spectacular will take guests on an emotional journey of friendship with their favorite Pixar Pals—when unlikely characters first meet one another, set out on adventures and overcome adversities that forge everlasting bonds. Learn more about “Together Forever” in the video below.

The stories will come to life through dazzling pyrotechnics, memorable music and colorful projections at iconic locations throughout the park. I hope you can join us to experience “Together Forever” when Pixar Fest kicks off April 13!


  • Do you need a fastpass for this and do is there disability seating?

  • Will there be any Pixar dinning packages that will include reserved seating for “Together Forever”?

  • Tyler – The whole theme of the show is about friendship, and like Susana said, they focus on the genuine emotion of the Pixar movies, which is what everyone loves so much about these movies. That fire scene is my absolute favorite part of Toy Story 3! All Disney movies, in general, are not afraid to touch on life and death. I mean, hello…they included the Lion King “DAAAD” scene in World of Color, and it tugs at heartstrings EVERY TIME. “Awwwwws” echo through Paradise Bay every single night. I honestly won’t be surprised if that Up scene is included bc it’s everyone’s favorite scene, and everyone can relate to it. That’s why these movies are so great, and I’m so glad the parks utilize them in their shows!

    Thanks so much for posting this Disney Park Blog. I’m super excited about this new nighttime spectacular!!!

  • I’m confused as to why the part where the Toy Story characters are about to be swallowed up by the junkyard fire would be included, that is as awkward as if the end of the Up opening (Ellie’s death) or Joy and Bing Bong on the wagon (his death) were included

  • Looking forward to this!

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