The Electrical Water Pageant, which returned to Walt Disney World in late 2020, is a floating nighttime parade that takes place on Seven Seas Lagoon in the Magic Kingdom area. It showcases several different sea creatures as they light up the lagoon, all synchronized to some familiar songs.
However, last night when Guests were watching the Electrical Water Pageant, they noticed some aspects were missing and that the performance was operating in B-mode.
Disney fan and Twitter user Random Disney Dude shared a video of the Electrical Water Pageant to social media, showing that there were no dolphins, brachiosaurus, crocodile, or Neptune as the performance had to operate in B-mode for reasons unknown at this time. They write:
A first for me tonight, I watched the Electrical Water Pageant operating in “B” mode…no dolphins, brachiosaurus, croc, seahorses, or Neptune #WaltDisneyWorld #Disneyworld
— RandomDisneyDude (@DisneyVengenz) April 10, 2022
It is unknown if Disney will continue showing the Electrical Water Pageant in B-mode, but Inside the Magic will update you as we get information.
Watch the Pageant from viewing spots along the shore at these locations:
- Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
- Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa (including Narcoossee’s)
- Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
- Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground
- Disney’s Contemporary Resort
More on Disney’s Electrical Water Pageant
Disney describes this water attraction as:
Whimsical sea creatures sail across Seven Seas Lagoon to classic Disney tunes during this floating nighttime parade.
A bright green sea monster leads an enchanting, twinkling musical pageant you can see and hear from locations along the shore.
The procession includes a stirring and inspirational medley of patriotic songs while stars and stripes float along the shimmering water.
Don’t miss this beloved nighttime delight!
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