Taking the stage at D23 Expo, Josh D’Amaro made an exciting announcement regarding a fan favorite song and fireworks show. He followed a group of signers who sang “Happily Ever After,” so starting with that song kind of gave the hint where he was going with his announcement.
Disney is once again sharing their magical fireworks show with those that could not be in the park for the holiday. It’s a fun and festive way to ring in the new year, even if you can be there in person.
Very exciting news was released today. Disney has announced that fireworks spectaculars will be returning to the parks soon!
We may not be able to have a live fireworks show this year, but that’s not going to stop Disney World from helping us celebrate 2021. Instead of streaming a live fireworks show tonight Disney World will have a virtual viewing of a past show.
Usually, Disney is jam packed at Magic Kingdom on the 4th of July because of the amazing fireworks show. While that is not going to be the case this year, Disney decided it wasn’t going to stop them from sharing some magic.
Exciting news for Disney fans who are missing the parks. Disney World is offering a virtual viewing of the Happily Ever After fireworks show!
Disney has multiple dessert parties that guests can choose from at different parks. The prices vary for each and the Magic Kingdom dessert parties just got a price increase.
Disney is streaming the Fourth of July fireworks live tonight. You can watch live with the video stream below.
Disney is always coming up with new experiences for guests. The latest has been the addition of new dessert/fireworks viewing parties and dining packages. Today Disney continued the trend with the announcement of another new package.
In just under 2 hours, Disney will be streaming the New Year’s Eve fireworks show from Magic Kingdom. This is a great way for those of us that cannot be in the park to see the fireworks from the comfort of our their home.