Tokyo Disney Resort announced that “Club Mouse Beat” will premiere on July 2 in Tokyo Disneyland Park at Showbase, located in Tomorrowland. This new live entertainment program will feature Mickey Mouse and many of his Disney and Pixar Friends in an exciting and unique performance.
- The setting of the show is a popular club called “Club Mouse,” where Mickey and his friends go to show off their cool dance moves.
- At Club Mouse, the friends can have fun and be themselves as they give dynamic hip-hop, Latin and pop performances.
- Lightning McQueen from the Disney and Pixar film, Cars, as well as Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde from the Walt Disney Animation Studios award-winning film, Zootopia, also make appearances.
- The Disney Villains interrupt the fun with a mysterious performance, adding to the rich variety of the show.
- “Club Mouse Beat” will be about 25 minutes long and will be performed four to five times daily.
- For more information on the new show, head to the official Tokyo Disney Resort website.
- Tokyo Disneyland will offer special merchandise themed to the new “Club Mouse Beat” show, including bags, plush and more.
- Guests will also find special beverage offerings featuring the image of “Club Mouse Beat” as well as special coasters to go along with those drinks.
- Tokyo Disney Resort is also offering vacation packages that will allow guests to reserve seats for shows like “Club Mouse Beat” and “Mickey’s Magical Music World” before entering the park.
Disney Resort Line:
- The Disney Resort Line will sell tickets featuring the “Club Mouse Beat” image. These tickets will be available at the automatic ticket vending machines starting July 1st.
Health and Safety Precautions:
- Tokyo Disney Resort has implemented measures in accordance with the “Amusement Park and Theme Park New Coronavirus Infection Containment Guidelines,” focusing on the health and safety of our guests and cast members. “Club Mouse Beat” will be presented in line with these health and safety measures.
- To avoid congestion, entry to Showbase will temporarily be limited and signing up through the Entry Request system on the Tokyo Disney Resort App will be required to view “Club Mouse Beat.”
- Tokyo Disney Resort will continue to focus on the health and safety of our guests and cast members. We ask for your understanding and cooperation.