Disney Enchantment is one of two new nighttime spectaculars coming to WDW for its 50th anniversary. (The other being Harmonious at EPCOT, which is also gonna be huge.) With fireworks, music, and incredible projections galore, Disney Enchantment is one of the shiniest gemstones in this crowning event.
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What You Can Expect at the Disney Enchantment Nighttime Spectacular
Disney Enchantment carries on the proud tradition of evening-ending nighttime spectaculars at Magic Kingdom. But as Walt Disney World News notes, it’s not just carrying a torch—it’s forging “its own new chapter.”
One of the most exciting and unique aspects of Disney Enchantment is the state-of-the-art projection technology. Extending from the majestic Cinderella Castle down Main Street, U.S.A., these projections take Disney Enchantment to a whole new level.
What kind of projections are we talking? WDW News describes one set piece where Soul star Joe Gardner takes you to the zone.
And what’s in the zone? Art inspired by Disney Legend Mary Blair and characters from the likes of Alice in Wonderland, Beauty and the Beast, and Wreck-It Ralph.
The story that unfolds over the course of Disney Enchantment is one of empowerment and self-belief. Not only will you come away with a sense of awe and wonder, but also with a feeling of inner strength.
This is gonna be magic, y’all. And that’s before you even hit on the music, which includes an all-original song. “You Are the Magic” is the centerpiece song of Disney Enchantment written by multi-time Grammy-winner Philip Lawrence.
Oh, and the fireworks. Just expect so many fireworks. It is a nighttime spectacular after all.
Disney Enchantment is certainly shaping up to be something special. And you’re days—mere days!—away from experiencing it all at Walt Disney World Resort. But if you want a sneak peek, tune into Disney Parks social media Sept. 30 at 10:15 PM ET for a preview livestream.
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