Photo of the Tomorrowland Stage
“If your excitement is musical entertainment, you’ll be excited indeed.”
Tomorrowland Stage Yesterland

Catch a show at this popular outdoor venue, located between the Carousel of Progress and the Character Shop. Depending when you come, you might see:

  • Top-name (well, almost top-name) recording stars, performing two concerts nightly
  • A fast-paced revue with a full pit orchestra
  • “Country Music Jubilee” on Sunday nights
  • “Show Me America”—a musical-comedy extravaganza
  • Afternoon shows, featuring the Kids of the Kingdom

Star attractions are typically booked for two-week programs. Enjoy acts such as Peter Noone (of Herman's Hermits) or Harper’s Bizaare and their hit single “The 59th Street Bridge Song” (better known as “Feelin’ Groovy”).

The Tomorrowland Stage became part of Disneyland in 1967, occupying the space that had previously been home to the Flying Saucers.

With the 1977 opening of Space Mountain, the Space Stage replaced the Tomorrowland Stage. The Space Stage was built into the base of Space Mountain, and had a more permanent appearance than the Tomorrowland Stage.

In 1985, construction began on the indoor Magic Eye Theater for “Captain EO,” starring Michael Jackson in 3-D, on the site of the outdoor Space Stage. (The Captain is now in Yesterland too.)

Disneyland needed a new home for live entertainment. The result was Videopolis, a new state-of-the-art outdoor stage and dance floor near It’s a Small World. Today, Videopolis has a new name; it’s the Fantasyland Theatre—not to be confused with the Fantasyland Theatre.

Coca Cola Terrace Stage
Rocket Jets

© 2007 Werner Weiss — Disclaimers, Copyright, and Trademarks

Updated September 30, 2006.

Photograph of Tomorrowland Stage: 1974 by Dennis Caswell.