‘Follow Your Dreams’ Debuts at Hong Kong Disneyland Taking Guests on a Magical Musical Journey this Summer

From the Disney Parks Blog and written by: Thomas Smith

Last week, Hong Kong Disneyland kicked off summertime in style with, “Follow Your Dreams,” a live outdoor musical party that debuted at the Castle of Magical Dreams as the resort continues celebrating its 15th anniversary. Against the backdrop of the iconic Castle that serves as the new centerpiece of the park, this brand-new show is a must-see in combination with the many exciting offerings that guests can experience this summer at the park as local tourism returns.

This show highlights the resilience and hopeful spirit of our cast members, guests and fans from around the world – inspiring them to pursue their dreams and to never give up as they’re taken on a magical musical journey. Read on for a special look at all the fun!

Mickey Mouse and many Disney Pals take to the stage to take
our guests on this brand-new musical extravaganza.

from all around the world light up the stage through song and dance – including
the brand new song, “Follow Your Dreams.” Several well-known songs have also been
rearranged and produced to give guests a never-before-heard experience, featuring a wide range of music from electronic
dance music and K-Pop, to everything in between. Get
ready to tap your feet and sing along!

Pocahontas, Moana, and Elsa, as well as Miguel from “Coco” and Nick and Judy from “Zootopia,” take to the stage to transport guests through their magical adventure. With magnificent large-scale props and effects such as fog jets and bubbles, this show is sure to amaze guests time and time again.

But that’s not all! The magic of “Follow Your Dreams” can
also be found across the resort with some refreshing and tasty treats.

A “Follow Your Dreams” soft serve sundae can be found at Midtown Delights, in the refreshing new Yubari Melon or popular Hokkaido 5.0 milk flavors! Guests can also enjoy a Crispy Cookie Popcorn Mix, which pays homage to “Coco” with skull mask-shaped cookies, a colorful Summer Fruits Sangria drink, inspired by “Colors of the Wind” from “Pocahontas,” or delight in new pastries inspired by Queen Elsa, Moana and Pocahontas.

For even more surprises be sure to follow Hong Kong Disneyland and its
managing director, Michael
Moriarty, on Instagram

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