Disney World fireworks are one of our favorite things in the whole wide world.
While the parks are currently closed, we’ve been keeping up with Disney entertainment with the Magic Happens parade and Dapper Dans live streams. However, Florida is currently doing everything it can to keep people safe with its phased reopening. So, if you’re in the Orlando area, your upcoming summer plans may look a little different!
According to Click Orlando News, Mayor Buddy Dyer has made the decision to cancel this year’s Fireworks at the Fountain performed in-person on the Fourth of July.
The attraction at Orlando’s Lake Eola Park brings in anywhere from 120,000 to 150,000 people to watch the show. Instead, the City of Orlando and News 6 will be working together to present a pre-recorded compilation of the best fireworks from over the years.
The news network will be honoring the heroes before the fireworks, including “our First Responders and our Healthcare professionals who been working so hard over the last few months” and veterans.
Dyer has stated that this announcement is coming early to halt contracts with vendors and pyrotechnic companies well ahead of time. However, he believes that we should still celebrate our unity has a people right now during this time. Right now, Florida is making a move towards Phase Two of its re-opening plan.
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