For the first time, immersive projection effects will extend down Main Street, U.S.A.

“Disney Enchantment,” will be the new nighttime spectacular that will celebrate Walt Disney World’s 50th anniversary!  Disney describes this nightly event as an “extravaganza that will take Guests on a journey filled with adventure, wonder, and empowerment. Inspiring everyone to believe in magic, “Disney Enchantment” will feature music, enhanced lighting, stunning fireworks, and for the first time, immersive projection effects that extend from Cinderella Castle down Main Street, U.S.A.”

The new nightly show debuts October 1st at the Magic Kingdom & it is planned an 18-month event!

Also starting October 1st will be EPCOT’S new nighttime spectacular called “Harmonious” which will be one of the largest nighttime spectaculars ever created for a Disney park.  Disney describes the show as, “a grand, powerful tribute to the stories and songs that unite us, embracing new technical magic that incorporates pyrotechnics, choreographed moving fountains, lighting, and media in new ways. “Harmonious” will invite guests to travel the globe through new interpretations of classic Disney songs as you’ve never heard them before, reimagined in more than a dozen languages by a diverse group of 240 artists from around the world.”

Besides the new shows at Magic Kingdom and EPCOT on Oct 1,  Animal Kingdom will also have a new daytime show starting the same day called “Disney KiteTails”.  Several times each day at the Discovery River Amphitheater, performers will fly windcatchers and kites of all shapes and sizes, out on the water.  These awesome kites (some stretching up to 30 feet long) will depict Disney animal friends, including Simba, Zazu, Baloo, and King Louie, and will dance through the sky to the beat of your favorite Disney songs in an uplifting, vibrant experience for the whole family!

Are you excited about the new shows coming to Walt Disney World on October 1st?


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