Five & Dime | Disneyland

Last Updated on: March 26th, 2024

Five & Dime (Disney’s California Adventure)To book the best band on Disney’s California Adventure park’s Buena Vista Street, you don’t need a dime, pal, you need Five & Dime!

All that singin’ and swingin’—coming from a jazzed-up jalopy? It must be that crazy quintet of jazz geniuses known as Five & Dime! Get hip to the jive—this band’s the bee’s knees and the cat’s meow. Five working-class fellas from Chicago meet up with a classy female vocalist named Dime, and then hit it big in Hollywood—thanks to a fellow Midwestern dreamer they meet named Walt Disney.

For happy feet and snappy fingers, join this silly sextet and their best pal Goofy on the streets of Disney California Adventure at various times each day.

Fun Facts

  • The “Five & Dime” shop is located on Main Street, U.S.A., in Disneyland Park.
  • It is a charming and nostalgic store that captures the essence of an old-fashioned five and dime store from the early 20th century.
  • The shop offers a wide variety of Disney-themed merchandise, including clothing, accessories, toys, and collectibles.
  • One unique feature of the “Five & Dime” is its period-appropriate decor, with vintage-inspired displays and signage that add to the nostalgic atmosphere.
  • You can also find personalized items and custom embroidery services at the shop, allowing you to create unique and customized Disney souvenirs.

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