It appears that Happily Ever After fireworks were tested late on Sunday night at Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World. Could the show’s test hint at what we can expect from the show when it returns on April 3rd?
According to Kenny the Pirate, the show’s test made it appear as though the original pyrotechnics could be returning. Those pyrotechnics were reportedly missing from the show when it was first brought back after the pandemic closure. He also states that the title song was left untouched.
For folks like you and I who may overlook the details on things like this because we’re too teary-eyed singing along with the tune that pulls on our heartstrings, maybe we’ll be able to see the difference when the show makes its much-anticipated return.
Go on a dazzling journey of color, light and song that captures the heart, humor and heroism of favorite Disney stories. Watch in awe as Cinderella Castle is magically transformed through amazing state-of-the art projection technology you have to see to believe. This astounding fireworks extravaganza uses lights, lasers and special effects, plus a soaring score featuring contemporary versions of beloved Disney songs. Discover the magic of stories—and be inspired to find your own happily ever after.Disney
We have missed this nighttime spectacular since its last showing on September 30, 2021. Take a look at the video below of its final performance.
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