Are you ready for a new Magic Kingdom nighttime spectacular? The new show called Happily Ever After will debut May 12.
Happily Ever After will showcase some of the greatest adventures Disney characters have taken to achieve their dreams. It is a story of friendship, perseverance and overcoming obstacles. The nighttime spectacular will feature the latest in fireworks, pyrotechnics and lasers. The show will include a brand new, original score. Oh and we can’t forget the state-of-the-art projection mapping technology that’s been utilized more and more recently by Disney.
This new 18 minute show will feature more Disney characters than ever before including moments from Moana, Brave, Big Hero 6, Zootopia, The Princess & The Frog, Aladdin and more. The show will also feature Quasimodo from Hunchback of Notre Dame who will swings from the turrets, Woody and his pals from Toy Story recreate the castle entirely out of toys, and Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty envelops the castle in her signature green flames.
The story will begin with scenes of fantastic dreams full of hope, wonder, magic and light. Of course, as with most Disney nighttime spectaculars, the Disney villains will attempting to quash those dreams and forcing the heroes to fight for what they believe in. Characters will have to overcoming their fears, the heroes will triumph and are celebrated with fireworks.
Don’t worry Tinker Bell lovers, she will continue to fly across the night sky.
Catch a sneak peek of what you can expect with Happily Ever After.
“Happily Ever After” will be presented nightly. Show times vary based on park hours.
Unfortunately, this means that we must say goodbye to Wishes. Wishes debuted back in 2003 and has touched Guests hearts ever since. (Seriously, that musical score just gets you!) The last day to catch Wishes will be May 11.