The Walt Disney World Resort and the Disneyland Resort are known to be prime spots for a magical Disney vacation. Any Theme Park and the attractions at these Disney Resorts—think Haunted Mansion at Disney’s Magic Kingdom Park and Disneyland Park, shows like “Fantasmic!” at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, a nighttime spectacular like Disney Enchantment, or lands like Pandora at Animal Kingdom Park or Avengers Campus at Disney California Adventure—have Guests coming back in droves for a chance to live the Disney experience. But one of the best parts and shows at the Disney Parks undoubtedly have to be Disney’s nighttime fireworks. It appears Disney is bringing out their best to prepare for the return of one fan-favorite: the “Happily Ever After” fireworks.
As Disney Fanatics know, “Happily Ever After” is set to return soon; earlier this year, Disney revealed that this spring would see the return of the beloved nighttime fireworks show, and fans have been eagerly awaiting the signs of its imminent return.
And signs there just might be! Disney posted a Community Update today, March 9, wherein they shared they would be testing fireworks at Magic Kingdom Park between 11 p.m. and 2 a.m. at night.
Walt Disney World will be testing fireworks at Magic Kingdom Park tonight between 11 p.m. and 2 a.m. pic.twitter.com/R44tYLG2wD
— Scott Gustin (@ScottGustin) March 9, 2023
Related: Video: “Happily Ever After” Testing Caught by Disney Hotel Guests
While Disney has not confirmed whether the fireworks show being tested at the Disney Park is, in fact, “Happily Ever After,” it’s incredibly likely considering Guests recently captured a video of Disney testing the fireworks show from their hotel, and the show is due to return in under a month.
Fans are all incredibly excited at the possibility of this test being “Happily Ever After” as well, with many positing the possibility themselves:
Testing Happily Ever After to make sure it all still works you think?
— WDW Crane (@WdwCrane) March 9, 2023
One fan even hinted, “Almost time to reach out and find our…”
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As described on the Walt Disney World website, the fireworks show is a “fireworks extravaganza” that features “lights, lasers, and special effects––including all-new projections down Main Street, U.S.A.” Guests can celebrate Disney stories and “Go on a dazzling journey of color, light, and song that captures heart, humor, and heroism” of beloved Disney tales.