Walt Disney World has announced that starting July 1, nightly fireworks shows will return to both Magic Kingdom and EPCOT to delight guests.
At Magic Kingdom, the popular “Happily Ever After” show will transform Cinderella Castle with projection mapping accented by fireworks in the sky. The show originally debuted at the Magic Kingdom on May 12, 2017.
Over at EPCOT, “EPCOT Forever” returns to the World Showcase Lagoon to entertain until the opening of “HarmoniUS” later this year. It originally debuted October 1, 2019, and features a mixture of of fireworks, music and lighting effects highlighting the themes of innovation, exploration, imagination and celebration.
The last time either park offered a nightly show with fireworks was March 2020, prior to closing for the pandemic.
Are you excited to see fireworks return to Walt Disney World?
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