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Mickey’s Jammin’ Jungle Parade to End in June

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Mickey’s Jammin’ Jungle Parade will be ending its run in Disney’s Animal Kingdom sometime this June. No official date has been announced as of yet.

An article that ran in the Orlando Sentinel states that the parade, which debuted on October 1, 2001, is expected to close due to expansion work that will “soon impede on the parade path and viewing areas for guests,” according to Disney.

Mickey’s Jammin’ Jungle Parade is a wild, whimsical party celebrating Mickey and friends going on safari. The parade includes five character based safari vehicles, four drum sculptures, three rickshaw taxis, eight animal puppets, fourteen Disney characters, ten Party Animal stilt walkers, and twelve Party Patrols. It also features a fun soundtrack.

There are no current plans to replace the parade.

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  • How do you think this will effect the crowd level in the afternoon for AK? The crowd use to disappear after the parade, do you think the same will happen even without a parade?

  • Wow, it’s as if they are trying to drive people away from AK…

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