Concrete Work Impacting Select Entertainment Offerings at Magic Kingdom

Guests visiting the Magic Kingdom Park this month should be advised that, due to concrete work, some of the park's entertainment offerings will be impacted on the following dates:
  • October 8
  • October 11
  • October 15
  • October 25
On these dates, the Main Street Trolley Show will use the Main Street Ranch Wagon, and the 10:30 a.m. Move It! Shake It! Dance and Play It! Street Party will be cancelled.



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  1. 50th Anniversary Magical of Wondrous Parade was a parade based on Tokyo Disneyland's the Dreaming Up!. It was shown at Walt Disney World Resort's Magic Kingdom for its 50th anniversary, debuting on September 16, 2021 as a part of bringing the stories of Magic Kingdom throughout the park. The parade celebrates Wondrous from Disney's films. It had replace Festival of Fantasy Parade, The music also includes a theme song from Angie Keilhauer and Jordan Fisher. (from Happily Ever After)
    The resort's 50th anniversary promotion, titled "Crystal Celebration", ran from October 1, 2021 and ended on September 5, 2022.

    Development
    50th Anniversary Magical of Wondrous Parade presents these stories through a parade float development, scenic design, show actions. The parade reflects the hard, creative work of Parade Designer Jody Daily and Kevin Kidney, Creative Director Steven Davison and Managing Producer Kris Bunner. Many others have contributed to the 50th Anniversary Magical of Wondrous Parade. Mark Hammond, whose previous work includes Disney California Adventure’s Paint the Night and Tokyo Disneyland’s Dreaming Up!, designed the musical score. Mirena Rada, who has previously worked on projects for Disneyland Resort, Tokyo Disney Resort, and Shanghai Disneyland Resort, designed the costumes.

    On April 17, 2021, Walt Disney World rolled out the red carpet to show off the latest elaborate costume creations for their upcoming 50th Anniversary Magical of Wondrous Parade, debuting next month. With a backdrop of three of the new giant-sized floats, Disney sent parade performers walking the “catwalk” backstage behind the Magic Kingdom to unveil costumes inspired by films.

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  2. Parade Unit
    Opening Unit: The parade opens with Tinker Bell sitting on top of it with the Silly Symphonies. This is followed by an Concert and Tornado float featuring Mickey Mouse and Friends dressed as Music from The Band Concert.
    Tin Soldier Unit: Based on the 2020 animated film. Tin Soldier, Ballerina, Rico and Looney appear on a float depicting a Toy, featuring Castle and Clock, walls made out of Jesters and rat adorning the Ballet's palace.
    Pinocchio and Alice in Wonderland Unit: Based on the 1940 and 1951 animated film. Pinocchio and Friends adorn this 2-in-1 Float. The first part have Pinocchio himself at the front of a giant Windmill, and the second has Alice riding a Giant Teacup and Pot. During the show stop, two bungee-jumping Russian puppet rise into the air to perform tricks. The float is rumored to receive twins to Tokyo Disneyland's daytime parade Dreaming Up!.
    Disney Princesses Unit: This 2-in-1 float has the Fairy Godmother on the smaller half, and Cinderella, Aurora, Snow White, Belle and Rapunzel on the larger half, which is adorned with a glass crystal in romantic flowers and decorations on The performers' costumes from its former daytime parade Festival of Fantasy Parade. The float is rumored to receive twins to Tokyo Disneyland's daytime parade Dreaming Up!.
    Frozen Unit: Based on the 2013 Academy Award-winning hit animated film. Olaf rides in a sled pulled by Sven, Anna, and Elsa the Snow Queen appear at the balcony of the ice palace, the main float were originally used in the Frozen Royal Welcome Parade at the Disney's Hollywood Studios.
    Toy Story Unit: Based on the Disney and Pixar film. Woody and Friends adorn this 2-in-1 Float. The first part have Woody riding a Toy, and the second has Buzz Lightyear atop the float in a rocket. the main float were originally used in the Pixar Pals: Countdown To Fun! at the Disney's Hollywood Studios.
    Winnie the Pooh Unit: Winnie the Pooh and Piglet ride a giant heffalump and woozle containing a huge jar of Honey. Tigger and 2 performers ride small springy mice floats behind them. The float is rumored to receive twins to Tokyo Disneyland's daytime parade Dreaming Up!.
    Mary Poppins and Peter Pan Finale Unit: The final float is another 2-in-1 float. Mary Poppins gracefully floats high over houses near Big Ben, and Peter Pan and Wendy Darling flying high over the moon with the help of pixie dust and happy thoughts. The float is rumored to receive twins to Tokyo Disneyland's daytime parade Dreaming Up!.

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