Disney Parks Blog dropped some major entertainment updates today. Guests to the Magic Kingdom are lucky to have these new and returning entertainment options available.
Starting February 11th, the “Disney Adventure Friends Cavalcade” will begin with many beloved Disney and Pixar friends including Nick and Judy from “Zootopia,” Baloo and King Louie from “Jungle Book,” José Carica and Panchito from “The Three Caballeros,” Merida, Moana, and the Incredibles. Also, making his debut in the cavalcade is Miguel from “Coco.” This should be a very exciting and joyous cavalcade!
Many people will be happy with the next addition. Coming back is the “Festival of Fantasy” parade on March 9th. This is a special day because in 2014, March 9th is the day the “Festival of Fantasy” parade debuted. Some of the characters that will be seen in this parade are from “The Princess and the Frog,” “Tangled,” and “Peter Pan.” Also returning, in all her glory, is the Maleficent Dragon. 26 feet tall, 35 feet in length, this fire breathing dragon will dazzle guests through the streets of the Magic Kingdom.
Additionally, on the castle forecourt stage, returning is “Mickey’s Magical Friendship Faire” on February 25th. This show has been shuttered since the pandemic started in 2020. There will be some changes for the 50th Anniversary to the show. Characters from “Frozen,” “Tangled,” “The Princess and the Frog,” and Mickey and friends will be gracing the stage. A new Opening and Finale with Mickey and friends in their EARidescent fashions will debut. Also, a new song entitled “Where the Magic Feels Like Home” will be showcased in the show. Make sure to check for showtimes on the day of your visit.
Magic Kingdom’s entertainment is coming back in nearly full force to entertain guests for the 50th Anniversary.
Are you excited for all the new and returning entertainment? Let us know in the comments.
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