Rumors have been circulating for some time now about changes coming to Epcot’s popular nighttime show, Illuminations. When it was announced that Siemens would be removing their sponsorship from Disney Parks, rumors started to circulate that show might be gone for good.
Today, WDWThemeParks.com is reporting that Illuminations will be getting some changes with the possibility of completely revamped show which would be called, “Illuminations: Windows on the World.” Reports say that drones would have a large presence in an updated show or completely new show. In addition to the drones being a large part of the nighttime show, the drones themselves may be used to operate what Disney calls “Fixels.” Fixels are used used to display large puppets and projection scenes. If you remember, there was a nighttime drone show previously offered at Disney Springs during the 2016 holiday season.
WDWThemeParks.com also says some of this drone technology could be used for a new show on the Seven Seas Lagoon. Hopefully this wouldn’t mean an end to the long-running Electrical Water Pagaent but maybe just an enhancement.
Thinking of a visit to Disney World? CLICK HERE, fill out the form below, or send an email for a FREE, no obligation quote with an Authorized Disney Vacation Planner. I offer rate monitoring to ensure you are receiving the best available rate offered by Disney and my services are 100% FREE!
As an agent with MickeyTravels, I’ll be on hand to help you with everything from finding your perfect package to nabbing those hard-to-get dining and FastPass reservations. I work with all Disney Destinations. Best of all, my services are absolutely FREE. Get in touch at 1.954.401.9577, via email at MickeyTravelsHolly@gmail.com, or follow along on Facebook.
Image Credit: Disney
Latest posts by Holly R (see all)
- 2019 Military Discounts Announced for Walt Disney World - September 27, 2018
- Disney Cruise Line to Sail to Hawaii and From New Orleans in 2020 - September 27, 2018
- Walt Disney World’s Newest Sweet Treats - September 27, 2018