BREAKING: ‘Happily Ever After’ Fireworks Returning to Magic Kingdom

After a year of “Disney Enchantment,” Disney has announced that the “Happily Ever After” will return to Magic Kingdom next year. A specific date was not provided.

The “Happily Ever After” anthem will return as part of an updated spectacular and is expected to resemble the well-known “Happily Ever After” fireworks we all know and love.


“Disney Enchantment” replaced “Happily Ever After” in 2021 for the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World. It received mixed reactions at best and was recently updated to add footage of Walt and Roy Disney. The 50th anniversary celebration will officially end in March 2023.

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  1. Fantastic news, the new show is so underwhelming. Just seems to be a show of clips, nothing memorable nothing to sing along to.

  2. Hooray! Happily ever after we’re the best ever. I loved wishes and was sad to see it go but happily ever after did not disappoint. Enchanted did.

    1. I am so happy about this! Please don’t change it at all Diney. It’s perfect the way it is. It doesn’t need any updating.

  3. Is anyone else concerned by the fact Disney is calling it an “updated” version of Happily Ever After? It’s perfect just the way it is/was. I hope they don’t ruin it.

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