One of the best shows at Disney World has to be Happily Ever After. For the longest time, it was stopped due to the restrictions for the pandemic. Now that things have started to improve and things have opened up, it has started back up recently. However, this appears to be short-lived. The rumors seem to point to Happily Every After fireworks ending before the end of the year. However, there is still hope to catch the show one last time.
When can you still see it?
If you are going to Disney world prior to the 50th anniversary, then you are in luck. The show will run from now to the end of September on the 29th. This can be seen several nights a week at the Magic Kingdom. This may be disrupted with the Boo Bash After-hours even starting In August. Also to note, the times have also reportedly changed, or at least they will be. You will be able to catch them most nights at 8:45 pm in front of Cinderella’s castle from now to September 6th, 2021. From September 7th, 2021 to September 29th, 2021, you’ll be able to catch the show at 8:15 pm
Don’t worry though, there will be a new show coming to Magic Kingdom for the 50th Anniversary in October 2021. The new show will be Disney Enchanted Fireworks show! So there is still time to catch the show before the Happily Ever After fireworks ending.
History of Happily Ever After
Happily Ever After started its run at Magic Kingdom on May 17th, 2017, it featured many Disney favorite characters in its nighttime spectacular. This included Fireworks, lasers, and an amazing soundtrack. As stated above, it had been closed down in March 2020 before coming back in June 2021. This has been a fan favorite for the must-see nighttime shows.
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