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Castle Forecourt Stage

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At A Glance Open-air stage area in front of Cinderella's Castle, regularly used for performances by the Disney characters.

Located directly in front of Cinderella's Castle, and at the edge of the Plaza, the Castle Forecourt Stage is an open air stage area that hosts an energetic musical show several times each day. Many of the songs performed through the various shows are classic Disney favourites, though the shows are brought together by songs that are written especially for the performance.

The cast is always joined by some favourite Disney characters who join in the performance.

Most of the shows can get quite busy, but to watch the show, as with the Parade, it's just a case of getting a good position before it starts, so while there's no restriction to the number of people watching, it is prone to being quite busy and you need to get your position early if you are to get a good viewing spot. This is especially important where you've got small children who need to be towards the front to be able to see, unless someone is going to hoist them shoulder-high so that they can see.

Again as with the parade, there is a special viewing area set aside for disabled guests.



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