Earlier this year, Disney announced that Happily Ever After will “sparkle into Disney history” on September 29 to make way for a brand-new nighttime show called Disney Enchantment, which will debut on October 1 at Magic Kingdom in honor of Walt Disney World’s 50th anniversary.
Ever since the announcement, Guests have been flocking to Magic Kingdom to try and catch the nighttime spectacular before it retires. Now, here we are just one week prior to Happily Ever After’s last show.
That’s right — Happily Ever After will show just eight more times (including tonight’s performance, September 22) and will have its very last show one week from today on September 29, 2021.
If you plan on catching Happily Ever After before it “sparkles into Disney history”, keep in mind that the nighttime spectacular now has a new showtime. Instead of showing at 8:45 p.m., the nighttime spectacular will begin 30 minutes earlier — at 8:15 p.m.
If you plan to see Happily Ever After before its last performance on September 29, be sure to plan accordingly and continue to check the My Disney Experience app for the most up-to-date information and showtimes.
Also, remember to make your Park Pass reservations for Magic Kingdom as Guests without a Park Pass reservation or a valid Park ticket will not be let into the theme park. It is important to always check the official Walt Disney World website and the availability calendar before planning your Disney World vacation as Park Pass availability is subject to change.
More on Happily Ever After at Magic Kingdom
If you have not seen Happily Ever After, the official description reads:
Go on a dazzling journey of color, light and song that captures the heart, humor and heroism of favorite Disney animated films. Watch in awe as Cinderella Castle becomes part of the story by magically transforming 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 movies—and be inspired to find your own happily ever after.
You can also check out a full performance of Happily Ever After thanks to our YouTube video below:
Do you plan to catch Happily Ever After before its final performance on September 29? Let us know in the comments below.
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