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Two fan-favorite attractions at Disney World are set to close in September.

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Walt Disney World’s parks continue to undergo several modifications in order to appeal to guests in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic, while simultaneously upgrading attractions and experiences that fans have grown to know and love. However, with Disney’s 50th-anniversary celebration in October, certain fan-favorite attractions, including two fireworks shows that will conclude in just two months, will be permanently removed from the parks.

The “EPCOT Forever” fireworks display at EPCOT will conclude on September 28th. The last “Happily Ever After” fireworks spectacular at Magic Kingdom will take place one day later, on September 29th. Don’t worry, there will still be nightly entertainment at both parks in the future, but the existing ones will be replaced with new ones.

“Harmonious,” a performance that uses lasers, water, and projection effects to put on a spectacle above the lake in the heart of the park, is replacing “EPCOT Forever.” The first program is scheduled to premiere on October 1st.

“Enchantment,” the new fireworks display that will start off the World’s Most Magical Celebration on October 1st, will replace “Happily Ever After.” This performance will still have fireworks, but it will also feature immersive projection effects that will extend from Cinderella’s Castle down Main Street, USA.

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The 50th anniversary celebration will be one of the largest events ever held at Walt Disney World, and the business hopes to return to full capacity before the event begins.

“In terms of the parks and when we’ll be able to sort of raise our capacity limits, we’ve actually already started that, given the guidance that just came today, from the CDC, and earlier guidance that we got from the governor of Florida, we’ve already started to increase our capacities, those obviously today’s guidance that we got from the CDC in terms of those who were vaccinated do n

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