WDWNT.com Celebrates The Final Wishes and the Debut of Happily Ever After with a Week of Special Events Starting Tonight!

This week, perhaps the most-beloved fireworks extravaganza of all-time is saying goodbye and the most technologically advanced to date will debut at the Magic Kingdom, and WDWNT.com will be celebrating all week long with special content!

Beginning May 12, 2017, Walt Disney World guests can discover the newest, most spectacular fireworks show in the history of Magic Kingdom Park with “Happily Ever After.” The stunning new nighttime extravaganza will feature more lasers, lights and projections than any Magic Kingdom Park show before it. Characters and scenes from more than 25 Disney films will be featured through state-of-the-art projections, enchanted by more than 50 choreographed spotlights, brilliant lasers and plenty of awe-inspiring fireworks. (Disney)

Here’s the schedule:

  • Back to the Future LIVE!: Wishes and the History of Magic Kingdom Fireworks Spectaculars – Monday, May 8th at 9PM

Streaming live on YouTube, catch the next edition of WDWNT’s beloved history show Back to the Future, as we delve into the history of Wishes and all that came before it. Fireworks are synonymous with the Magic Kingdom and Cinderella Castle, but how did that come to be? Well, we’ll show you during this multimedia program.

  • LIVE from The Magic Kingdom – Goodbye Wishes and Hello Happily Ever After – Thursday, May 11th & Friday, May 12th

Join Tom Corless and crew live from The Magic Kingdom for the final performance ever of Wishes Fireworks Spectacular on May 11th, and the first-ever performance of Happily Ever After on May 12th. Live streaming information will be shared on those dates.

  • Special Features

A number of special feature articles will appear on WDWNT.com to celebrate the legacy and your memories of Wishes!

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4 years ago

Give this a listen, sounds like she has already recorded the song for happily ever after.

4 years ago

and as an added note, this was the song from Hong Kong Disneyland’s Happily Ever After Celebration. It is the same song obviously it will be tweaked a bit and composed different than an Asian pop version but just from hearing the preview the parks blog dropped last week you can hear a lot of the same lyrics.