Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular, Yeeha Bob and Character Meet and Greets Returning to Walt Disney World

Today Disney announced that they are bringing back even more live entertainment like Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular and character meet and greets.

Here’s a look at what is returning!

Characters will be coming back in November.

The Cavalcades will continue but characters are coming back! I’m sure there will be some guidelines and distancing if the featured image is any indication, but better than nothing right?

  • Disney Princesses will be returning to Princess Fairytale Hall in the Magic Kingdom.
  • Mickey Mouse will be be back at Town Square Theater on Main Street, U.S.A. with his 50th anniversary costume.
  • Minnie Mouse will be at Red Carpet Dreams at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
  • Disney Junior characters will be back in the Animation Courtyard in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Animal Kingdom

Over at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, starting next week in the Asia area of the park Chakranadi with return and Kora Tinga Tinga will return to the Harambe area in Africa!

Early in November the Tam Tam Drummers will also be returning to the Africa area.

Resorts

Over at Disney’s Boardwalk Resort performers will be returning.

Yeeha Bob will be back at the River Roost Lounge at Port Orleans–Riverside on October 14th.

Indy will return to the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular on December 19th.

On November 7th Disney Movie Magic nighttime show will return to Disney’s Hollywood Studios as well.  When it returns it will also have a new sequence from the live-action Mulan film.

Stay tuned for more announcements. We just saw a bunch of live-entertainment returning to EPCOT.

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: Disney Parks Blog


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