Odd theme park question
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I'm sure i'm an odd ball for this & have hesitated even asking this question ( or should I say giving my reasoning for the question) but here goes....
When does WDW start using their Christmas music? Is it right after Thanksgiving after the decorations are put up?..
Now for my reason... When we were in WDW last year over the new years we did enjoy the Christmas music piped in to the theme parks BUT on our last day the Christmas decorations were taken down & as we walked into the MK to the familiar DISNEY music my DS turned to me & said "Now, it feels like Disney!" & he was right.. I too missed that music putting me in the Disney mood.
We are (very)tentatively planning a trip for late fall this year & as much as I would love to go to Mousefest.. I want to hear the Disney music as well ( Yep, I know I should plan 2 trips!! )
Okay... call me an odd ball ....
I don't think I'd really like the Christmas music. When I started listening to Disney station on live365.com it was around the holidays and although it was Disney XMas music, I did NOT like it! I love the regular Disney music, but that's just me
We were there on Dec. 21 and most places played christmas music, but some had the regular music playing to. I remember some of the countries in World Showcase having there normal music and the cues for rides.
If you want to skip the Christmas music being played everywhere at WDW then you pretty much have to visit before Thanksgiving. As soon as Thanksgiving hits, Christmas hits Disney with a vengeance. Although I love all the Christmas decorations and festivities, I also know what you mean about missing the traditional music normally to be found in all the theme parks and the resorts.