Facts About Walt Disney World Fireworks – Part 4
There is no better way to end a day at Walt Disney World than with a Fireworks show. No one does fireworks better than Disney. A lot goes into putting on the shows night after night. Here are some more facts and things that you might want to know about the fireworks at Walt Disney World.
Happily Ever After
Wishes Nighttime Spectacular was a much loved fireworks display that delighted guests at the Magic Kingdom for over a dozen years. When it was announced that it was ending, many people thought that it couldn’t be replaced. Disney has outdone themselves with Happily Ever After. The show debuted on May 12, 2017, and the results are amazing. Cinderella Castle becomes the backdrop for the projection show, but that doesn’t mean that the fireworks are scaled back. In fact, they’re bigger and bolder than ever. Seventeen different Disney movies are featured in the show, and the songs have been updated for the score. While most guests will choose to watch from Main Street, U.S.A., there are great viewing areas throughout the Magic Kingdom. Happily Ever After is not to be missed, and even die hard Wishes fans agree that it is incredible.
If you are planning a trip to Disney World, be sure to include at least one or all of the Fireworks shows in your plans. You will not regret staying late for any of the shows.
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(Partially taken from DisDining.com)