The ElecTRONica dance show at Disney California Adventure will be performed for the last time on April 15, 2012, ahead of its replacement by the Mad T Party.

The end of the show, based on Disney's Tron: Legacy movie, will be marked by a series of "dance-off" competitions dubbed the "Tron City Dance Crew Challenge". These will take place on March 19-20, and then on weekends through April 15. A total of eight dance crews will take part, with each aiming to win the Disc-oball Trophy.

The participants will be a mixture of ElecTRONica veterans and new additions, with guests able to text in votes for the crew that they wish to progress to the next round. The surviving dance crew will be announced via Disneyland's Twitter account.

Inspired by Disney's Tron: Legacy movie, ElecTRONica takes place during the evening in the Hollywood Pictures Backlot section of California Adventure. It also features music, live performances and interactive experiences, including the chance to play classic 1980s arcade games at a recreation of Flynn's Video Arcade. It was originally due to run until December 2010, but has remained in place during the DVD and Blu-Ray release periods for the movie.

ElecTRONica's replacement, the Mad T Party show, will be set in the world of Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland movie. It will mix a live band, dancing and audience-participation games, and will feature the same visual styling as Burton film.

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