NEWS: Fantasmic! Will Look DIFFERENT When it Returns to the Disney Parks!

Fantasmic! is the popular nighttime show featuring Sorceror Mickey facing off against Disney villains at Disneyland Park and Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Fantasmic Sign

Today, at Destination D23, we learned more about the return of this beloved show!

Disney announced that they would be changing the show by replacing a whole segment of the show with new sequences. You’ll also see new characters and new animations added to the show, along with new stunts and effects.


Now for the burning question: when is Fantasmic! returning? Well, we kind of have an answer. The show will return to both Disneyland and Disney World in 2022, although they weren’t able to tell us much about it.

Fantasmic! at Disneyland Park. [Joshua Sudock/Disneyland Resort]
This news might explain the construction we saw at the Fantasmic! venue in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, which saw the water drained from the theater and some significant changes being made.

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2 Replies to “NEWS: Fantasmic! Will Look DIFFERENT When it Returns to the Disney Parks!”

  1. Disney gouging visitors.I have been going to the park from year 2 staying usually5days. They.are cutting back so much and increasing anything they can.we are 2 visitors who. Purchase hopper tickets. Add on hotels on site meal packages air fares to get there I am a senior and was thinking. Of returning next year. Now I will have to live with dreams of past visits.I will look at my photos taken by park staff and hope common sense returns in the future.