Disney made some exciting announcements regarding nighttime spectaculars around Disney World. The announcement involves “Happily Ever After” and “Harmonious.”
Starting in Magic Kingdom on April 3, “Happily Ever After” will return, replacing “Enchantment” which was the replacement for “Happily Ever After.” Fans have not been subtle about missing “Happily Ever After,” so it seems Disney has listened to them and is bringing back the fan favorite show that originally debuted in 2017. When it returns, “Happily Ever After” will feature new projections that reach all the way down Main Street U.S.A. The final performance of “Enchantment” will take place on April 2.
Over in EPCOT there’s exciting news as well. It’s no secret that while fans may enjoy the show “Harmonious,” the one thing many do not like are the floats for the show that stay in the middle of the lagoon. Many view them as eyesores, especially when taking pictures around World Showcase. Disney did not say what the name of the new show will be, but they did announce that the last show for “Harmonious” will take place on April 2. In between “Harmonious” and the new show “EPCOT Forever” will be returning as the placeholder show again. It sounds like it’s going to be the same show as when it originally premiered, so you can expect to see the same show filled with lasers, lighting, special effects, and fireworks.
Are you excited to see “Happily Ever After” return? How about “Harmonious” are you happy to see that leave, or do you like the show?
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