With enhanced lighting technology, like LED and special effects, the glittering procession lights up Main Street, U.S.A.® Area and makes its way through Magic Kingdom® Park. Fun-loving and feisty, Tinker Bell now leads the parade, lighting the way with a wave of her wand, spreading pixie dust and good cheer. Aboard a new float, she's elevated above an enchanting garden that will "leave" you green with envy. Orchestrating the magic, Tink has generously spread pixie dust to all the floats in the parade, creating a colorful reflection of shimmering fairy light along the way.
Parade viewing in the Frontierland® Area is not as busy as on Main Street, U.S.A.® Area or in front of Cinderella Castle. If the parade begins in Frontierland, sit near the beginning, so you can be the first to leave. You can get there early and get great seats, but since you are leaving first, you will be sure to find a shorter wait at an attraction or food and beverage location since everyone else will still be watching the parade. Make sure you are seated on the side of the street you want to be on once the parade is over.
If you can get to parade viewing spots super early, there are quite a few spots to choose from, depending on which part of the park you want to go to. Any elevated porches or patios of restaurants on Main Street, U.S.A.® Area usually gives provides a great viewing spot. Liberty Square offers areas with perfect vantage points, such as between Liberty Tree Tavern and The Diamond Horseshoe Saloon. We have found that even Tony's Town Square Restaurant on Main Street is an overlooked spot to see the Main Street Electrical Parade-- it also gives you easy access to exiting! No matter what, plan to arrive at whatever spot you choose at least 10-15 minutes before the parade (maybe even earlier for others). It doesn't hurt to scout the area earlier in the day and make a plan!
Main Street Eletrical Parade is a parade that travels throughout Magic Kingdom® Park. The parade's duration is about 20 minutes. Guests may remain in their wheelchair/ECV.
Source: Undercover Tourist
The catchy tune, “Baroque Hoedown,” has been a part of the parade since 1972. The song was made in 1967 by electronic music pioneers Jean-Jacques Perrey and Gershon Kingsley. You are guaranteed to be humming it for the rest of the night!