ORLANDO, Fla. — Disney World has revealed when fan-favorite fireworks show “Happily Ever After” will return to Magic Kingdom as well as when “Harmonious” will end its run at EPCOT.
What You Need To Know
- "Happily Ever After" returning to Magic Kingdom on April 3
- The show first debuted in May 2017
- EPCOT's nighttime show "Harmonious" will end its run April 2; "Epcot Forever" will return for a limited time
“Happily Ever After” will resume performances at Magic Kingdom on April 3, Disney announced Tuesday. The show will be updated with new projections down Main Street, U.S.A. It replaces “Disney Enchantment,” which debut Oct. 1, 2021 for Disney World’s 50th anniversary celebration. “Happily Every After” first debuted at the park in May 2017.
In its announcement Tuesday, Disney also shared its plans for “Harmonious,” EPCOT'S current nighttime spectacular. The show, which also debuted Oct. 1, 2021, for the 50th anniversary, will end its run April 2.
Once the production wraps, Disney will begin a “phased removal” of the show’s large fireworks barges from World Showcase Lagoon.
“EPCOT Forever" will return for a limited time starting April 3, while teams prepare for the new nighttime show that was announced in September.
“EPCOT Forever returns with a collection of songs that offer both a trip down memory lane and a look toward the future," Disney said in a blog post. The show will also feature lasers, lighting and special effects.
Disney hasn’t shared too many details about the park's new show other than it will debut later this year as part of the Walt Disney Company’s 100th anniversary celebration.