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Published on Wednesday, 22 August 2012 21:46
A new nighttime show is coming to the Magic Kingdom Park! It will be visually similar to the current "The Magic, the Memories, and You
" projection show, but it will certainly continue to dazzle the park's Guests using new visual effect. Here you are more information about this new show, from the Disney Parks Blog
(NOTE: this new projection show will NOT
replace "Wishes - A Magical Gathering of Disney Dreams." It will take place before the aforementioned fireworks show and will complement it):
‘Celebrate the Magic’ Nighttime Show Coming to Magic Kingdom Park
Beginning this November, guests visiting Magic Kingdom Park will be able to enjoy a new nighttime projection show on Cinderella Castle. “Celebrate the Magic” will incorporate favorite elements from the current show, “The Magic, The Memories and You!,” with all-new music, storytelling and special effects.
“‘Celebrate the Magic’ takes us on a journey to the heart of the most beloved Disney stories and characters,” said Show Director Katy Harris. “This amazing show will magically transform Cinderella Castle with spectacular projection effects, choreographed to a new music soundtrack. The show will be full of emotion and storytelling, proving that, with imagination and magic in our hearts, anything is possible.”
“The Magic, The Memories and You!” will be presented for the last time on Labor Day, September 3, at both Magic Kingdom Park and Disneyland park. While “Celebrate the Magic” will be exclusive to Magic Kingdom Park, Disneyland Resort guests can look forward to the return of “it’s a small world” holiday later this year, as well as the debut of a new live entertainment experience in the Fantasyland Theatre, opening in summer 2013.
Well, we are definitely excited about this new nighttime show, especially since we love the current projection show. We are also very glad to see that this will be a spectacular that will be exclusive to the Magic Kingdom Park. Finally something that should not be cloned (we may be talking way too soon...). Anyway, what are your first impressions? Did you get the chance to see "The Magic, the Memories, and You"? If so, did you enjoy it? What improvements are you expecting with this new version of the show? Share your thoughts with us!