http://www.themeparkinsider.com - Theme parks know that some of their strongest attractions are the snacks they serve. Sure, people love stomach-churning thrills, but they love some stomach-busting treats, too! Over the past week, Disney's been hyping some of the seasonal, Halloween-themed treats it has been adding its menus at Walt Disney World and at Disneyland. Ice cream nachos? Apple pie funnel cake? A peanut butter witch cupcake? If you're looking for an exceptionally spooky treat, look to Tokyo DisneySea, which is serving a savory Black Gyoza Bun again this season.
http://www.themeparkinsider.com - Roller coasters probably aren't the first things that come to mind when you think about the Disney theme parks. But Disney really helped start the modern era of coasters, as its Matterhorn Bobsleds (built by the late Arrow Corporation) was the first multi-train, tubular steel roller coaster in the world. Disney's led the way since then in blending theme with thrills with several wildly popular coaster rides. In fact, it's likely that more people have ridden Disney's roller coasters than coasters at any other theme park chain, due to Disney's huge lead in theme park market share.
http://micechat.com - The highly awaited Disney Paint the Night parade, created by Steve Davison, has premiered at Hong Kong Disneyland. We have the first video showing the full show. I think that Steve Davison and his team did a great job in creating what we could call the “Electrical Parade of the 21st Century”. You’ll hear the Electrical Parade theme music throughout the parade, albeit with a modern musical arrangement. There are plenty of great projection effects, plus a myriad of lights.
http://www.themeparkinsider.com - Hong Kong Disneyland today debuted its new night-time parade, "Paint the Night." Billed as Disney's first-ever fully LED parade, Paint the Night features more than 740,000 individual lights on seven units themed to various Disney franchises. Note the tribute to Paint the Night's primogenitor, The Main Street Electrical Parade, as the riff from that parade's theme, Baroque Hoedown, kicks in at the 2:52 mark.
http://www.insidethemagic.net - Paint the Night is the first-ever fully LED parade created by Walt Disney Parks and Resorts. It took more than two years to develop more than 1,000 scenic and lighting designs. The parade concept comes from Steve Davison, the man behind Mickey’s Soundsational Parade, the Festival of Fantasy Parade, and many other entertainment offerings recently added to Disney parks.