BAY LAKE, Fla. – Walt Disney World on Tuesday announced the return dates of two of its popular nighttime spectaculars at Magic Kingdom and EPCOT.
Beginning April 3 at Magic Kingdom, guests will once again see “Happily Ever After” light up the night sky over Cinderella Castle. Disney said when the show returns it will feature all new-projections down Main Street U.S.A.
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“Happily Ever After” first debuted at the Magic Kingdom in 2017. The beloved show ran till “Disney Enchantment” started for the 50th anniversary celebration. Disney said “Disney Enchantment” will run through April 2.
Over at EPCOT, time is running out for guests to see the nighttime spectacular, “Harmonious.” Beginning April 3, guests will get to see the temporary show, “EPCOT Forever” once again.
“And as we shared at D23 Expo in September, an all-new nighttime spectacular is planned to debut at EPCOT later this year,” Disney explained on its blog. “Similar to how it appeared in 2021, ’EPCOT Forever‘ is the perfect offering while our Entertainment team preps the Lagoon, including a phased removal of fireworks platforms following the final ‘Harmonious‘performance on April 2.”
Disney plans to share more details about the new show at EPCOT in the future.
Walt Disney World’s 50th anniversary celebration runs through March 31.
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