A lot of entertainment is trickling back into Walt Disney World, and we are here for it. We previously reported that the Festival of Fantasy parade along with a plethora of other entertainment offerings are coming back soon.
Along with this, comes a lesser known show within the Magic Kingdom, the Frontierland Hoedown as reported by AllEars.net. Coming back February 11th, this fun and exciting show, which is more like a flashmob, has guests and cast members alike on their feet in the streets of Frontierland. With the cast members come a variety of characters including the Country Bears, Clarabelle Cow, Br’er Fox, Br’er Bear, Br’er Rabbit, and Horace Horsecollar to dance and delight guests.
There are no set times for this show because it acts as a surprise to guests in the area at the time. The show takes place in front of the Country Bear Jamboree and Pecos Bill’s Tall Tale Inn and Café.
According to AllEars.net, Disney stated that they will be making alterations to the show for safety during the pandemic. We do not have word on what these changes are to be, so that remains to be seen when the show returns on February 11th.
Having seen the Frontierland Hoedown before after mistakenly stumbled into it, I can attest that it is a great time for all. Seeing those aforementioned characters at the parks can be a rarity. It was a fun time of dancing and singing along to the music with the cast members, characters, and other guests. I am curious as to what changes they will make to the hoedown to accommodate for safety during this pandemic.
Hopefully, on your next trip to the Magic Kingdom you can purposefully stumble upon this show.
Have you ever seen the Frontierland Hoedown? Are you excited that it’s coming back to the Magic Kingdom? Let us know below in the comments.
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