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Disney ¡Viva Navidad! Latino Holiday Traditions

Disney ¡Viva Navidad!You probably know Navidad is the word for Christmas in Spanish, and this year Disneyland Resort will celebrate Latino holiday traditions with “Disney ¡Viva Navidad!,” a colorful fiesta from November 15th through January 6th, 2014. Look for the fun near the Paradise Garden area in Disney California Adventure Park.

Here are just some of the highlights:

“Disney ¡Viva Navidad!” Street Party

See Mickey and Minnie Mouse on colorful, decorated tricycles; the Three Caballeros on a festive holiday float; and Mexican folklórico dancers, samba dancers, drummers, “Mojiganga” puppets and flag-bearers waving papel picado banners!

Food

Visitors will enjoy traditional, yummy Mexican dishes like pozole (a hearty soup), sweet tamales, tortas al pastor (pork sandwiches), mole, pescado Veracruzano (Veracruz style fish), champurrado (Mexican-style hot chocolate), flan and more!

 Music

Great performances from traditional Mariachi, Norteño and other regional music groups. Enjoy dance lessons and folklórico presentations throughout the day.

"DISNEY ݁VIVA NAVIDAD!"

Greet Disney Characters

Say “Hi” to your favorite Disney Characters. Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Goofy, the Three Caballeros, Donald Duck, Panchito and Jose Carioca will be available for pictures.

Bring your family and enjoy other activities like dancing, crafts, face-painting and enjoy the magic of the season including holiday decorations at the park.

 “Disney ¡Viva Navidad!” will end with a three day celebration for Three Kings Day (Día de los Reyes) January 3-6, 2014, which has a new place at Paradise Garden.

Andale, Don’t miss it!

 ¡Felíz Navidad!

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