It's official. You can now send your clients to Disney's World of Color. The after-dark celebration premiered Thursday at Paradise Bay in Disney California Adventure park, and features one of the world's largest projected water screens— 380 feet wide by 50 feet high, for a projection surface of 19,000 square feet. In just under 25 minutes, the attraction combines nearly 1,200 fountains (heights range from 30 feet to 200 feet), an array of colors, a soundtrack by more than 100 musicians and a kaleidoscope of synchronized flame projections, lasers and special effects to immerses audiences in the world of Disney and Pixar characters.
The musical score combines familiar and new melodies while introducing a newly arranged version of the 1960s television theme for "Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color," originally composed by Richard B. and Robert M. Sherman, the Oscar-winning composers of "Mary Poppins" and "It's a Small World."