The Walt Disney World Resort is shaking up its offerings of nighttime spectaculars.
At the Magic Kingdom, "Happily Ever After" will be back on April 3 with new projections down Main Street, U.S.A.
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The show initially ran from 2017 to 2021 but was replaced with "Disney Enchantment" in celebration of the Walt Disney World Resort's 50th anniversary celebration. "Disney Enchantment" will run through April 2.
"Epcot Forever," which ran at the park from 2019 to 2021, will return on April 3 Photo Credit: Disney
Epcot, currently home to "Harmonious" through April 2, will also welcome back a show from its past, but will also be debuting a new show later this year, although the show's name or start date have not been revealed.
"Epcot Forever," which originally ran from 2019 to 2021 and celebrates classic Epcot attractions and melodies with a nod to the future, will return to the park on April 3. Disney said this iteration of "Epcot Forever" will be similar to its previous run.
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Once "Epcot Forever" begins its run, Disney said it will conduct "a phased removal of fireworks platforms" that were part of the "Harmonious" show.