Jordan Fisher Asks Walt Disney World if ‘Happily Ever After’ Fireworks Will Return After ‘Disney Enchantment’ Ends at Magic Kingdom

Jordan Fisher, known for supporting roles in Disney Channel’s “Liv and Maddie” and “Teen Beach Movie,” thinks the “Happily Ever After” nighttime spectacular should return to Magic Kingdom.

Fisher, along with Angie Keilhauer, performed the show’s original song. He posted a video on Twitter this week saying, “Is ‘Happily Ever After’ gonna come back at some point? Like… Shouldn’t it come back?” He tagged Walt Disney World in the tweet.

For more information on booking your next trip with our official travel agent sponsor, the Vacationeer, visit wdwnt.travel.

vacationeer TopBarAD2020 v2

“Happily Ever After” replaced “Wishes” as the Magic Kingdom fireworks show in 2017. “Happily Ever After” had its final performance on September 29, 2021, and was then replaced by “Disney Enchantment.” Earlier this year, Disney surveyed guests about how “Disney Enchantment” compares to “Happily Ever After.”

Fisher also performed on the Disney Cruise Line float in last year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

For the latest Disney Parks news and info, follow WDW News Today on TwitterFacebook, and Instagram.

  1. No. NO. N.O. Bring an evening ending show like those featured at Disneyland. Having visited the west coast cousin last summer, we were blown away by the energy, music, and lights. WDW needs something similar. There’ll be no going back!

  2. i agree with Jordan Fisher. Happily Ever After should come back to Magic Kingdom to replace the underwelming “Disney Enchantment”!

  3. Look I like happily ever after but all of the fireworks have to go just like wishes did!so it was now happily ever afters turn. Next enchantment with have to retire in a new firework show will take over that and mini Walt Disney World guest may not be happy with that but all of the firework shows have to retire at some point!! Thank you I love the song to go with happily ever after it would be great to see it come back but they all come and go

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.