Here at Disney Fanatic, we were already aware of the potential return of the fan-favorite nighttime fireworks show in the Magic Kingdom that is called Happily Ever After — and now, that show is indeed coming back in spring!
Disney has announced the official return date for the Happily Ever After fireworks show’s return to the Magic Kingdom in Walt Dinsey World Resort — and yes, there are some new updates for the show along the way!
According to a new post on the Disney Parks Blog, this nighttime spectacular “returns to Magic Kingdom Park on April 3, featuring all-new projections down Main Street, U.S.A.” In addition, the show that has currently been running, called Disney Enchantment, “will be offered through April 2.”
JUST ANNOUNCED! ? Beginning April 3, fan-favorite “Happily Ever After” returns to Magic Kingdom AND “EPCOT Forever” will fill the skies above World Showcase Lagoon at EPCOT for a limited time! ? Learn more: https://t.co/TFGe9j0kki pic.twitter.com/OZPh0xfBpi
— Disney Parks (@DisneyParks) January 10, 2023
Happily Ever After is a show that features projections on Cinderella Castle and Main Street U.S.A in the Magic Kingdom, and that also features the hit theme song “Happily Ever After” that was created for the show.
Since the song is performed by Disney darling (and Disney Wedding participant) Jordan Fisher and talented singer Angie Keilhauer, it made a perfect power ballad for audiences to enjoy, with romance and spellbinding magic throughout the tune.
Many Disney fans found the Enchantment show to be lacking in comparison, so the return of this popular show is big news!
As the Disney Parks Blog puts it, “one of the best moments for many of us is watching fireworks pop above the skies to wrap up a perfect Disney day.” That is definitely the case for many Walt Disney World Resort Guests who love Disney’s nighttime spectacular shows or fireworks shows, so there will most likely be lots of fanfare accompanying this announcement!
Have you ever seen the Happily Ever After nighttime spectacular? Do you visit Walt Disney World Resort frequently, and will you be there in April to see the show’s return? Let us know on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter!