Believe... There's Magic In The Stars was a nighttime fireworks show at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California. The show was introduced in Early 2000 for the Resort's 45th Anniversary, replacing the aging Fantasy in the Sky. At the time, the show was the most complex and lavish ever to be produced by the Disneyland Entertainment team. Many guests formed an emotional attachment to the show and regarded it as the best ever. 
On November 1, 2004, Believe... was replaced by Imagine... A Fantasy in the Sky subsequently on May 1, 2005 by Remember... Dreams Come True for Disneyland's 50th Anniversary celebration and reopening on March 1, 2015 by Believe... There's Magic in the Stars for Disneyland's 60th Anniversary fireworks spectacular.
During Believe's entire run at Disneyland, a similarly named fireworks show, Believe... In Holiday Magic, ran during the holiday season, typically from early November to early January.
The main musical theme of the show was the song "Believe...There's Magic In The Stars", composed by Don L. Harper; this theme was interwoven throughout the entire show. Most of the song was sung by Sandi Patty.
The show, like any other Disneyland fireworks show, utilized musical themes from various Disney movies. Those themes helped to illustrate the message and plot of the show, which is just to believe in magic.
The show was broken up into various segments, based on the themes of the movies and Disneyland, each of which were introduced with the "Believe..." theme song.
The show began with a woman's voice gently whispering the word "believe", the show's main theme. A child's voice was heard saying "I wish I never had to leave this magical place", otherwise known as Disneyland. He then wished on a star for his wish and the Believe musical theme began.
- Believe... There's Magic in the Stars (Opening)
- "A Whole New World" - Aladdin
- "You'll Be in My Heart" - Tarzan
Joy and Laughter
- Believe... There's Magic in the Stars (Joy and Laughter)
- "Step in Time" - Mary Poppins
- "Topsy Turvy" - The Hunchback of Notre Dame
- "A Very Merry Unbirthday" - Alice in Wonderland
- "Under the Sea" - The Little Mermaid
In The Darkest Night
- Believe... There's Magic in the Stars (In The Darkest Night)
- "Two Worlds" - Tarzan
- "Hellfire" - The Hunchback of Notre Dame
- Believe... There's Magic in the Stars (Fanfare)
- "When You Wish Upon a Star" - Pinocchio
- Grand opening: March 1, 2015
- Show length: Approximately 10:57 minutes
- Show cost: $25,000
- Current shows:
- Previous shows:
- Imagine... A Fantasy in the Sky (late 2004–April 2005)
- Believe... In Holiday Magic (2000–2004)
- Magical: Disney's New Nighttime Spectacular of Magical Celebrations (2009–2014)
- Fantasy in the Sky (1958–October 1999) Returned for the 2009 New Year celebration at Disneyland
- Remember... Dreams Come True (2005–2014)
The show ends with the same child who wished on a star in the beginning saying, "Remember, just believe!"
- Main article: Disneyland Forever
As Part of the 60th Anniversary Experience just how memorable Walt Disney’s original Disney theme park can be as Disneyland Forever—a Diamond Celebration fireworks extravaganza—transforms classic Disneyland Park locations with sparkling pyrotechnics and immersive special effects.
Prepare yourself for an enthralling, breathtaking journey as the park becomes an enchanted backdrop, transporting one and all into a world of dreams and classic Disney tales—whether flying high above the London skyline from Peter Pan or dancing with King Louie from The Jungle Book!
Overflowing with imagination, Disneyland Forever even features 2 original songs: Its theme “Live the Magic” and its inspiring closing song “Kiss Goodnight,” both written by Disney Legend Richard Sherman.
Walt Disney once said, “Disneyland will never be completed, as long as there is imagination left in the world.” During Disneyland Forever, you’ll discover how The Happiest Place on Earth continues to be a home to our dreams and adventure… and why it will remain that way forever!
Walt Disney Records released the full track on three different albums:
- 2000 The Official Album: 45 Years of Magic
- 2001 Disneyland Park: The Official Album
- 2015 The Official Album: 60 Years of Magic