Mom And Son On Run
  • On Jul 19, 2012
    Alexandra from CT Asked

    Hello! When I was younger I remember my little brother got to be involved in a parade. He was pulled from the crowd to be part of a"Be Our Guest"-esque scene (setting tables maybe?) from Beauty the Beast. Are parades still interactive like th

    Certain parades are more so than others, Alexandra, but the general answer is that yes, Disney's productions are very much an interactive experience.  Some parades actually feature guests riding in the parade (Mickey's Jammin' Jungle Parade), while others will give guests the chance to shake hands with or give high fives to characters as they dance, spin and skip down the parade route.  That's the fun news.  The not so fun news is that these opportunities are very much coincidence and cannot be planned for.  There is no way to ensure you get to take an active role in the parades.  Still, I think you'll find that even a passive role as an observer is a perfectly-pixie dusted way to take part in the magic.  Enjoy your trip! 
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