Walt Disney World has announced the return dates of select entertainment options that have been closed since the start of the pandemic last year.
This morning (June 22, 2021) on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” Walt Disney World released more details for its upcoming 50th Anniversary celebration that will start on October 1.
The long-running IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth show at Epcot will take its final bow in Fall 2019, and Walt Disney World has announced a dining package to make the most of the nighttime show’s last months.
As part of their on-going series of event streaming, Walt Disney World has announced they will live broadcast “Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM!” from Disney’s Hollywood Studios Dec 4, 2017
The show, which takes place nightly throughout the holiday season, stars elves Wayne and Lanny from “Prep & Landing.” In it, Christmas Day is almost here, but Jolly Old Saint Nick is nowhere to be found. Luckily, Wayne and Lanny are on the job, and they won’t rest until the big guy is back at the North Pole.
This Monday, March 21, Walt Disney World will live stream that night’s performance of “Illuminations: Reflections of Earth” from Epcot.
The popular show starts at 9pm, but tune in online at 8:50pm for a behind-the-scenes look at the operation of this nighttime favorite.
Amway Center welcomes Disney On Ice Celebrates 100 Years of Magic presented by Stonyfield YoKids Organic Yogurt to Orlando for six performances September 4-6.
The legacy of Disney is displayed through 14 classic and modern stories in this epic production featuring Mouse-ter of Ceremonies Mickey Mouse leading a parade of more than 50 beloved characters starring Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, and featuring an ensemble of Disney Princesses including Cinderella, Rapunzel, Ariel, Snow White and Tiana.
Walt Disney World has announced they are introducing a new holiday show called “A Frozen Holiday Wish” that will replace “Cinderella’s Holiday Wish” for the 2014 holiday season at Magic Kingdom.
“A Frozen Holiday Wish” features Anna and Elsa in an all-new show on the Castle Forecourt Stage, with special appearances by mountain man Kristoff and everyone’s favorite snowman, Olaf. Not much about the plot of the short show has been revealed, except that it will culminate in Queen Elsa using her powers to transform Cinderella Castle into an ice palace for the holidays. In the previous show, that was the job of the Fairy Godmother.
During my afternoon at Magic Kingdom, I took in the Dream Along With Mickey stage show at Cinderella’s Castle.
The story to this show starts as Minnie, Goofy, and Donald prepare for a big party. Mickey arrives and tells Donald everyone believes in dreams, but he isn’t convinced.
The highlight of any evening at the Magic Kingdom is the Wishes show. This month, the park is offering a special edition of the nightly fireworks show called Holiday Wishes.
The 12-minute extravaganza starts with Jiminy Cricket’s voice and Tinkerbell ziplining from Cinderella’s Castle to Tomorrowland. Then the fireworks explode from various positions around the castle.
Around dusk (on this day, it was 6pm), during the Holiday season, Cinderella’s Holiday Wish takes place at Magic Kingdom, in front of the castle.
It is a stage show that ushers in the lighting of Cinderella’s castle for the evening in its Holiday sparkly lights.
Mickey and Minnie start the show, and are joined by Goofy and Donald, all dressed in their Holiday finest.
Inspired by Disney•Pixar’s Monsters University (in theaters June 21), the premise is that the MU School of Scaring is holding a campus bash.
The stage is set up in front of the Sorcerer’s Hat, and the party starts with the “Monster of Scaremonies” spinning tunes. MU cheerleaders pop in to lead the “MU Fight Song” before the band Scare Supply takes the stage.
This show takes place in the evening and is included in regular park admissions.