We’ve missed Walt Disney World’s nighttime shows last year. Fireworks and projections are a big part of guests’ attraction to the parks and many of us are eagerly awaiting any sign that they could be coming back into our lives. Related – Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure Grand Opening at EPCOT Set
Sources keep reappearing across the internet, particularly Reddit the social news platform hinting at nighttime shows returning to Disney parks! Whilst some Disney parks remain closed across the world due to COVID-19, including Disneyland in California and Disneyland Paris Resort, other parks are open such as Walt Disney World. However,
This fall, there will be tons of spooky fun for all ages coming to the Oogie Boogie Bash at Disney’s California Adventure Park. This all-new separately ticketed event will include a whole list of new experiences and entertainment. At the top of this list are some great options for tweens.
New park maks debuted this week at Hollywood Studios. The new maps mark the official end of the holiday season in the parks, as the normal operations return. The map features Sheriff Woody in Toy Story Land. The new Times Guide highlights the addition of the new Disney Junior Dance Party
Disney World has announced a few changes to their previously announced nighttime entertainment schedule. At Magic Kingdom, the nighttime firework spectacular, “Happily Ever After,” will now start at 7:55pm. The previously announced time was 8:00pm. This new time is currently scheduled to run through March 10th. While things are starting
A few weeks ago Hollywood Studios surprised us all with a brand new nighttime entertainment offering called “Disney Movie Magic“. This amazing experience brings Disney’s most popular movie moments to life using cutting edge projection mapping technology on the iconic Chinese Theater. Guests can experience this 10 minute performance every night
As we previously reported Disney filed a request for an exception to FAA rules to enable it to fly drones well now they are filing for a patent for projectors to work with these drones. When Disney first applied for the drone they made the statement: “The inventors recognized, that presently