Remember... Dreams Come True is a fireworks display at Disneyland commemorating the 50th anniversary of the park. Described as an "E ticket in the sky", the show features fireworks, lower level pyrotechnics, isopar flame effects, state-of-art projection mapping, lasers, searchlights, and lighting set to the soundtracks of some of Disneyland's most famous rides and shows. It was created as an homage to Disneyland, its lands, its attractions, and its continuing legacy.
Tokyo Disneyland will also features an almost identical fireworks and projection mapping show, named simply Celebrate! Tokyo Disneyland, as part of its 35th anniversary celebration. It will features state-of-the-art projection technology, lasers, water cannons, and more for a performance on a grander scale than ever before experienced at the Park. With Cinderella Castle as the stage, Mickey Mouse takes Guests on a magical, musical journey around the park. This show also will created as an homage to all Disney Parks around the world, which including Tokyo Disneyland.
On October 26, 2017 Disney confirmed that Pixar Fest would start on April 13, 2018 and a new fireworks show "Together Forever: A Pixar Nighttime Spectacular" will run during Pixar fest.Remember... Dreams Come True will close on April 7, 2018 before Pixar Fest takes place (end date of pixar fest is September 3, 2018).
Introduction - The introduction is provided by 50th Anniversary Ambassador and Disney Legend, Julie Andrews. Andrews tells the audience about the magic of Disneyland and the beauty of dreams and how important they really are. The "Wishes" fanfare and theme plays here, introducing the main musical theme of the entire show.
Tinker Bell's Flight - Andrews invites the audience to share Walt Disney's dream come true, Disneyland, and honor its magical spirit. Tinker Bell flies out over Sleeping Beauty Castle as Walt Disney's original opening day dedication speech for Disneyland (and the "Wishes" theme) plays.
Plays music from The Haunted Mansion and Pirates of the Caribbean. During the Pirates of the Caribbean segment, a skull is projected onto the Matterhorn as flare fireworks are launched from the mountain's peak. There is a "cannon fight" of diagonal fireworks between Fantasyland and Adventureland.
The conclusion is also provided by Julie Andrews. She tells the audience that Disneyland has grown to become the "Happiest Place on Earth". The song "wishes" plays and Tinker Bell comes back for a return flight. The show ends in a cavalcade of fireworks then Julie Andrews says "Remember...Dreams Come True!". After the show the song "Remember When" performed by LeAnn Rimes is played throughout the park. This song was the official song of the Happiest Homecoming on Earth, celebrating the 50th anniversary of Disneyland and Disney Parks worldwide. For Christmas in 2005, however, while Disneyland opted to continue with Remember... Dreams Come True for the 50th anniversary, the snowfall finale still returned and the song "White Christmas"; both from Believe... In Holiday Magic; would be played instead of "Remember When" by LeAnn Rimes with Julie Andrews commenting that the most special time for believing in dreams is during the holidays with family and friends.
This fireworks show was also used during the 2006 and 2007 Grad Nite programs - the show itself remained almost unchanged except for the soundtrack being replaced with one consisting primarily of contemporary music (different each year) and projection to match it. The show is renamed to Grad Nite Explosion for these events and runs for approximately 10 minutes at 1:00am and 3:00am. Video screens along with additional lighting effects are also added on either side of the hub (already in place as part of Club KIIS).