Disney on Classic~a Magical Night 2012 coming in Dec.
Tickets are soon to go on sale for The Disney on Classic~a Magical Night 2012¸ as the Disney epic celebrates its 10th anniversary.
The Disney on Classic’s a ‘brilliant concert’ that presents much of Disney’s famous works of music, along with plenty of dreams, hopes and love. Included in the extravaganza are music of Park, Aladdin, Mary Poppins, and more on the these of ‘Dreams Come True’ with performances by the orchestra and songs by vocalists well versed on Broadway and New York. The Disney on Classic~a Magical Night 2012 in Okinawa is the nationwide Japan tour finale of three months.
Tickets reservations are now possible, with ticket sales starting September 28th for the December 21st and 22nd concerts at the Okinawa Convention Center Theater. Only reserved seat tickets are on sale. S Seat tickets are ¥8,400 and A Seat tickets ¥7,350. Children elementary school age and younger are not permitted entry.
Tickets are available at Lawson Tickets, L code: 87124. Ticket Pia (Takara Records, Chuo Tourist, Department Store Ryubo) P code: 169-733. E-Plus and all Family Mart branches, and Department Store Ryubo, (098)867-1171, Okinawa Mitsukoshi (098) 862-5111, Coop Apre (098) 941-8000 (closed on Sundays), and Fukuhara Music Shop (098) 938-9375. Visitors requiring wheelchairs, should contact RBC.
This year’s theme is “Dreams Come True. The dreaming fantasy world spreads in from the time of entering the Convention Center. The Disney on Classic presents a special “Magical Night” for everyone, with focus music born on Disney animations, movies and theme parks, and presented since 2002 in Japan.
Tokyo Disney Land Electrical Parade Dream live, in edited version arranged by tops, as is the Tokyo Disney Land Disney Fantillusion, a fairy garden of music by Bruce Healey. Memories of Walt Disney, a prologue 1928-1955 is arranged by Brad Kelley. Disney Love & Ballad Acoustic Selection and Illuminations: Reflections of Earth are also in the first stage. Mary Poppins music and lyrics by Robert B. Sherman and Richard M. Sherman, and Alladin, round out the second half of the program.