You Can Now Watch Walt Disney World's Greatest Fireworks Show For Free In India And Around The World, Find Out How!

Bhavna Acharya |Apr 27, 2020

The company also offers free shipping and free online lessons on its Disney Parks Home amid lockdown.

Being an extravagant party of light and special effect, Walt Disney World’s fireworks is one of the most significant and dedicated nighttime spectaculars of the entertainment complex. As the park has been closed since March 14 due to the coronavirus outbreak in the US, Walt Disney World decided to bring back their utmost fireworks show ‘Happily Ever After’ to all kids and people around the world via its streaming platform. 

Walt Disney Fireworks Show
Walt Disney Fireworks Show is available online

Last Friday, Walt Disney took to its official Instagram a sneak peek of the 19-minute-long fireworks show which wrote: ‘Tonight, join us from home for virtual viewing of this pre-recorded spectacular.’ In fact, Happily Ever After is Walt Disney World’s most famous nighttime spectacular which was shown in Magic Kingdom Park on May 12, 2017. The show is said to be filled with incredible projection mapping on Cinderella Castle, searchlights, and laser effects.

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The Walt Disney World’s virtual fireworks show Happily Ever After have been available on Youtube since last Friday, April 24. You can watch the video here:

Earlier, the Public Affair of Walt Disney World made an official announcement that all of its Disney World and Disneyland Parks across the US including Disneyland California Adventure and Disneyland Park will be suspended indefinitely starting from March 14 although no positive case was detected in the parks. The shutdown decision was under the authority’s executive order and to reduce the spread of the coronavirus across the country. 

Walt Disney Parks Home
The company also offers free shipping and free online lessons on its Disney Parks Home amid lockdown

Meanwhile, to encourage and support kids as well as Disney fans amid to stay at home, Disney offers them free access to Disney Parks Home which includes bunches of interesting stuff from free animated lessons and Disney-inspired recipes for beignets, Dole Whip, and cheese sandwiches.

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