BREAKING: Harmonious to be Replaced With 100 Years of Wonder Nighttime Spectacular at EPCOT

A brand-new EPCOT nighttime spectacular will replace “Harmonious” in 2023 for 100 Years of Wonder and the upcoming 40th anniversary of EPCOT.


“Harmonious” was first announced at Destination D23 in 2018. It officially premiered on October 1, 2021, for the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World. It replaced “IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth,” which had been running since 1999.

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  1. Glad they are listening to feedback regarding these new shows. Hopefully the new show coming will have better flow and story. Not just a bunch of animated movie clips with no real flow or storyline.

  2. I must majorly and whole heartedly Disagree with anyone who thinks Harmonius is worth saving. Harmonius was a complete and utter disaster.
    When all of the previous shows utilized the entire lagoon as a pallette, Harmonius only used the center bit with the stargate and fountains to display any entertainment while the entire remaining lagoon real estate was left black.
    And the only locations to view the show (if you wanted to see what was in the circle) and actually be able to see the Projections were in the USA Pavilion or at Port Of Entry stage area.
    But unfortunately watching straight on from the America pavilion was impossible because there is an amphitheater in the way. And trees hinder the view from either side of it.
    And the Port of Entry location is monopolized by Desert party reservations.
    All of that and not to mention the atrocious music.
    The fact that it has absolutely NOTHING to do with EPCOT.
    It was a sad attempt at inserting Disney IPs into yet another park show.

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