Walt Disney World’s 50th anniversary brought all-new nighttime shows to its theme parks, including “Disney Enchantment” and “Harmonious,” however, those shows will soon end, according to Disney.
At Magic Kingdom, the “Disney Enchantment” fireworks show will be available through April 2nd, and “Happily Ever After” is returning in its place. Disney announced that “Happily Ever After” is set to return on April 3rd and will include all-new projections down Main Street, U.S.A.
At EPCOT, the “Harmonious” nighttime show will also have its final performance on April 2nd. The “EPCOT Forever” show will temporarily be available, starting April 3rd. An all-new fireworks display will debut at the park later in the year. Additionally, the fireworks platforms used for “Harmonious,” which have drawn criticism for their unappealing look and obstruction of the park, will have a phased removal.