Long-Running “Celebrate the Season” Holiday Show at Magic Kingdom Retired, New Show Coming


“Celebrate the Season” has been entertaining guests for as long as I can remember at Walt Disney World. The show actually began at Top of the World at the Contemporary before moving to the Magic Kingdom for the Christmas season in the early 1990’s. Disney today announced the retirement of the show and a brand new show debuting at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party 2016:

Mickey’s Most Merriest Celebration

Feel holiday magic come alive in a jubilant new stage show that fills the air with music, laughter and shimmering snowflakes!

It’s just days before Christmas and all through this house, excitement is stirring thanks to Mickey Mouse.

Mickey is thrilled that the holidays are here, and he knows the only way to make this season more special, is to share it with friends. So he’s throwing a Most Merriest Celebration and inviting lots of Disney pals—and you—to join the festive fun!

Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy and Pluto are dropping by dressed in their Christmas best. Peter Pan is flying in from Never Land, Alice and the White Rabbit are hurrying over from Wonderland and Woody and Jessie from Toy Storyare galloping in for this holiday ho ho hoedown. Plus, Snow White and Dopey, Pinocchio, Jiminy Cricket and many more surprise guests will be stopping by.

This joyous performance is the perfect yuletide treat to share with your family. You’ll hear favorite Characters ring and sing in the holidays with carols old and new—more than a dozen delightful songs in all! You’ll witness the splendor of Cinderella Castle—aglow with enchanting and ever-changing holiday illuminations. And you’ll feel the warmth and wonder of the season as this unforgettable performance is Christmas-wrapped up in one sensational, snowy, show-stopping finale.

Here’s a video from the final season of “Celebrate the Season” for you to enjoy:

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