On Jan. 4, 2013, Disney cast members and fans alike said farewell to the Celebrate a Dream Come True parade at the Magic Kingdom after the parade’s nearly five-year run.
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According to Wikipedia’s article on the Magic Kingdom parades:
The Share A Dream Come True Parade which ran from 2001 until 2006 was changed to the Disney Dreams Come True Parade in 2006 and ended on January 22, 2009. The Share A Dream Come True Parade had the Disney style floats with original music and characters but incorporated snow globes which held many of the characters. The Disney Dreams Come True Parade was similar to the previous parade, though many of the floats were changed, and the snow globes were removed. This parade also had new soundtrack which was previously been used for Disney's Dreams on Parade... Moving On at Tokyo Disneyland. The Celebrate A Dream Come True Parade replaced the Disney Dreams Come True Parade on January 23, 2009. The parade incorporated the new What Will You Celebrate? theme that both the Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland were using.
Celebrate a Dream Come True is being replaced with a new daytime parade called Festival of Fantasy, slated to debut in March 2014.
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