Disney Character Missing On Second Day of EPCOT’s Holiday Cavalcade

in Epcot, Walt Disney World

holiday cavalcade

The EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays kicked off yesterday, November 27, with delicious food booths, Olaf’s Scavenger Hunt, and brand new holiday cavalcades.

Disney previously announced the theme park will feature the following holiday promenades:

  • Mickey and Friends World Tour
  • Frozen Promenade
  • Princess Promenade
  • Santa Claus Promenade

However, on just the second day of the festivities in EPCOT, one beloved character was already missing from the Mickey and Friends World Tour!

Typically, Guests can find Goofy and Pluto as they lead a beautiful holiday carriage with Minnie and Mickey riding along inside during the pop-up Mickey and Friends World Tour cavalcade in World Showcase. You can see Mickey and Minnie in their holiday attire from a photo taken on the first day here:

Today, on just the second day of the new holiday cavalcades, we noticed someone was missing. If you scroll to the right on this Instagram post below, you will notice only Mickey is riding in the holiday carriage. We aren’t sure where Minnie was today (maybe she was resting after a big debut day. Or out shopping with her gal pal, Daisy, for holiday gifts). But hopefully, we will see her return real soon!

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For more information on these promenades, visit our website here.

More on Disney World’s 2020 Holiday Season

Things won’t look exactly as they have in the past at Walt Disney World — for example, Disney has announced that there will be no gingerbread houses on display at the resorts nor will Cinderella Castle feature the iconic Castle Dream Lights.  But the theme parks are still offering plenty of festivities to get everyone in the holiday mood!

Related: Magic Kingdom Surprises Guests With FIREWORKS!

In fact, the holiday season has already kicked off in the other theme parks at Walt Disney World earlier this month. On November 6, the theme parks were already completely decked out in spectacular holiday decor. If you want to visit during the holidays this year, there’s still time to book your vacation. Get started today!

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