We noticed that Disney significantly reduced showtimes for a beloved live show starting this summer at the Resort.
At the Disney Parks, Guests have so many options to choose from when it comes to entertainment, especially at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. From thrilling rides like Expedition Everest and DINOSAUR to the wonderful world of Pandora, Animal Kingdom has to much to offer Guests.
In terms of live entertainment, ANimal Kingdom also features a truly beloved show in the form of “A Celebration of Festival of the Lion King”. However, we recently noticed that there are significantly fewer showtimes this summer for the show, according to the official website.
Starting June 27, “A Celebration of Festival of the Lion King” will be performed just four times a day instead of the typical amount we see of seven or eight at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. As of now, the show takes place multiple times a day starting at 10:00 a.m. all the way until 5:00 p.m.
For those wanting to have the most options available throughout the day, you better make plans to visit Animal Kingdom sooner rather than later.
The Circle of Life – Live on Stage
Join the inhabitants of the Pride Lands for a grand gala in honor of Simba, the lion cub who would be king.
As the lights dim, hear the sounds of the African savanna. A kinetic kaleidoscope of color floods the stage as colossal puppets, extravagantly costumed dancers, and incredible stilt walkers dazzle the senses.
During spectacular theatrics, you’ll relive all the classic songs from The Lion King, including “Hakuna Matata” and “Can You Feel the Love Tonight?” The spectacular finale includes a soaring rendition of “Circle of Life.”
It’s a moving and immersive theatrical experience celebrating music that has touched generations of Disney fans—and a festival you’ll want to be part of again and again!
WHat’s your favorite show at Disney?
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If you want to visit Disney’s Animal Kingdom, there is a ton to see and do! You can head over to Expedition Everest in Asia (when it is not under refurbishment) to visit the terrifying Yeti. Pandora will bring your Avatar dreams to life with Flight of Passage bringing Guests into the world of the Na’vi. DINOSAUR is still filled with giant dinos at every turn, and over at Kilimanjaro Safaris, you can take a ride on a real safari, and if you are lucky, a giraffe might even step in your way! A Celebration of Festival of the Lion King is now running, and the show is not one you should miss.