Disney's LuminAria

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Disney's LuminAria
Disney's LuminAria Logo.png
Disney California Adventure
Status Closed
Opening date November 9, 2001
Closing date January 6, 2002
Replaced by World of Color
General statistics
Attraction type Low-level fireworks
Designer Walt Disney Creative Entertainment
Handicapped/disabled access Wheelchair accessible

Disney's LuminAria was a low-level fireworks show on Paradise Bay at Disney California Adventure Park at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California. The show was short lived, lasting only one winter season. The show design was similar to IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth at Epcot focusing the audience towards Paradise Bay while fountains played in various changing patterns and fireworks were discharged in sync with seasonal music.

The finale showed various holiday cards on projection screens, a fiber optic Christmas tree, and white lights around California Screamin' and the Sun Wheel. During the day, young guests could draw their own Christmas cards, which Cast Members would scan electronically. These images would then appear in that evening's presentation of LuminAria.

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The show was conceived and directed by Steve Davison.[1] The music was arranged, adapted, composed and conducted by Don L. Harper, and the main vocals were performed by Miriam Stockley.[2]

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