Another 2024 calendar has arrived at Walt Disney World Resort. The Disney Attraction Poster Calendar featuring entertainment calendar is now available. A more standard 2024 16-month calendar was released in June, but this new 12-month calendar features Disney Live Entertainment art posters, so even when the year is done, you can hold onto memories of your favorite Disney Parks shows.
Disney Attraction Poster Calendar Featuring Entertainment – $29.99
We found the poster calendar in the Emporium at Magic Kingdom.
Each poster page is 11″ x 14″. There are perforations for neatly pulling the posters out of the calendar.
The 12 posters are for various year-round and seasonal entertainment from throughout Walt Disney World Resort.
The first poster features Te Fiti holding Moana, for “A World of Voices,” Disney’s celebration of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. “A World of Voices” is usually celebrated in May, for Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, but the poster’s placement suggests it is on the January page.
Next up is “Happily Ever After,” the fan-favorite Magic Kingdom fireworks spectacular. You may recognize this poster from the Magic Kingdom entrance tunnel.
The third poster (so presumably for March) features Mickey and Minnie, “the master magicians,” representing the Town Square Theater meet and greet.
For April, Earth Month, characters from “Up” are pictured, honoring the Wilderness Explorers experience at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, though the poster is modeled after the photo op at the front of the park.
May is represented by the Festival of Fantasy Parade poster. June features stylized artwork of Simba for “Celebrating the Lion King,” which was a 2019 celebration in honor of the film’s 25th anniversary.
July features the poster for “Disney Enchantment,” the now-defunct 50th anniversary fireworks show from Magic Kingdom. August features a “Fantasmic!” poster.
September is starting to get spooky with Disney Villains After Hours. The poster features Hades, his flaming blue hair forming the silhouettes of different Disney Villains and Cinderella Castle. Disney Villains After Hours last took place in the summer of 2020.
A Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party poster is the October artwork.
As Halloween ends and winter begins, fans can enjoy beautiful Merry Menagerie artwork in November. This popular puppet show is an interactive, musical experience that takes place on Discovery Island at Disney’s Animal Kingdom each winter.
Finally, December is represented with a poster for Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, featuring Mickey placing a star on a Christmas tree.
Will you be hanging this 2024 Walt Disney World calendar at home? Which poster is your favorite? Let us know in the comments.