Disney’s Animal Kingdom will mark its 20th anniversary celebration on Earth Day, April 22, and Walt Disney World will live stream the festivities starting at 10:15am.
The park will mark its 20th anniversary with a ‘Party For the Planet’ that will stretch from April 22-May 5. During that time, Rafiki’s Planet Watch will take center stage for the celebration, which will offer backstage experiences that allow guests to learn about animal nutrition, visit the veterinary hospital, or hear how Disney promotes global wildlife conservation.
To close out 2017, Walt Disney World will be live streaming its “Fantasy In the Sky” fireworks from the Magic Kingdom on December 31.
If you can’t be there in person, this is the next best way to ring in the new year with Disney.
After a nail-biting Game 7, the Chicago Cubs ended a 108 year quest by winning the World Series. To celebrate, Walt Disney World is hosting a parade featuring some of the players on Saturday, November 5.
This evening, Disney Parks will live stream “Star Wars: A Galactic Spectacular Fireworks,” from Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
This new show debuted last month, and brings the Star Wars universe to life via themed fireworks, lasers, special effects and video projections of iconic characters and scenes from the complete saga, all set to the unforgettable score of the film series.
This afternoon, Disney Parks will live stream “Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire,” live from Cinderella’s Castle at Magic Kingdom.
The new stage show debuted last month, and brings beloved Disney stories to life in a spectacular performance that features an original song, memorable music, dancing, delightful costumes and magical special effects.
As part of its new Star Wars offerings, Disney’s Hollywood Studios will debut a new nighttime fireworks show called “Symphony In The Stars: A Galactic Spectacular” on Friday, December 18.
“Symphony In The Stars: A Galactic Spectacular” is a Star Wars-themed show that pairs the fireworks to music from the Star Wars movies.
Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party is normally a separately ticketed event that can’t be seen unless you buy said ticket. But this weekend, Walt Disney World is giving you the chance to watch the highlights for free and from the comfort of your couch.
The theme park is continuing its live streaming events on Sunday, December 6, with live streams of “Mickey’s Once Upon A Christmastime Parade” and “Holiday Wishes: Celebrate the Spirit of the Season” fireworks live from Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at Magic Kingdom.