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)

Ferrytale Fireworks Dessert Party Returning December 2017 Sans Wishes

The Ferrytale Wishes Dessert Party is returning as the Ferrytale Fireworks Dessert Party this December.

Prepare to set sail on the Seven Seas Lagoon for the return of a fireworks dessert cruise like no other aboard the iconic double stack ferryboat, the General Joe Potter. On select nights in December and January, Guests who sign up for Ferrytale Fireworks: A Sparkling Dessert Cruise will enjoy specialty desserts and beverages and conclude the evening with viewing of the spectacular fireworks show (Happily Ever After or Holiday Wishes, depending on the night) that lights up the sky over Magic Kingdom.

Ferrytale Fireworks: A Sparkling Dessert Cruise officially returns to the Walt Disney World Resort on Fridays and Sundays, from December 1, 2017 through January 28, 2018. Reservations are now open and can be made online or by calling 407-WDW-DINE. This is a pre-paid experience, available for $99, $69 ages 3-9, per person, including tax and gratuity. A 10% discount for Annual Passholders, Disney Vacation Members, and Cast Members is available.

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Ursula
Ursula
3 years ago

Wow!! This is wonderful!!

Diane Levering
Diane Levering
3 years ago

Does this mean Wishes is coming back?

Heather
Heather
3 years ago
Reply to  Diane Levering

I wish it did. The fact that it’s Ferrytale Fireworks Dessert Party instead of Ferrytale Wishes Dessert Party means it’s likely just going to be for Happily Ever After instead. The only reason Wishes would come back is as an in between Happily Ever After and a new 50th anniversary fireworks show.