Disneyland, Walt Disney World to bring back the iconic fireworks

Disneyland, Walt Disney World to bring back the iconic fireworks

Walt Disney World and Disneyland have decided to bring back the iconic nightly fireworks celebrations from 1 July. The world is still recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, a lot of states in the US are already reopened and entertaining tourists.

Fireworks have been an important part of Disneyland and Disney World and now the companies have announced plans to resume the celebrations on July 1 at Disney World and on July 4 at Disneyland. Disney World’s firework display against Cinderella Castle is legendary.

A post on Disney Parks website read, “As we continue to see more communities adjust and ease COVID-19 guidelines, there’s a new sense of optimism with many positive signs moving forward. We’re encouraged by it too, seeing more families making travel plans, friends dining out together more often and more Americans returning to work. And at Disney theme parks, we’re gradually bringing back more of our beloved park experiences.”

At Walt Disney, the famous fireworks will be displayed over EPCOT’s World Showcase Lagoon and at Disneyland, it will explode over Main Street.

The fireworks at the famous theme parks were halted during the COVID-19 pandemic. But now with theme parks announcing reopenings, it seems like the world is getting normal once again. So the world and fans don’t miss out on the spectacular firework spectacle, the parks will also live stream the Magic Kingdom’s “Happily Ever After” fireworks.

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