PHOTOS: Mickey’s PhilharMagic Sign Removed During Closure at Magic Kingdom

Mickey’s PhilharMagic in Magic Kingdom is currently closed for a one-month refurbishment. During this time, the attraction’s digital projection system will be updated, plus the new “Coco” scene will be added. Disney is also taking this time to update the attraction’s marquee, which was damaged earlier this year.


Conductor Mickey, the crown, and flag have all been removed from the top of the ribbon-shaped marquee.


The attraction’s name has also been removed, leaving only a blank gold background with a few music notes.


Fading is visible on the gold, so we expect to see a fresh paint job on the sign in the coming days and weeks.

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The name has also been removed from the side of the sign, but “Mickey’s” and “a concert for the eyes and ears!” remain.


Mickey’s PhilharMagic will reopen on November 12.

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