Disney Enchantment Fireworks Showtime CHANGING Soon in Magic Kingdom

The 50th Anniversary Celebration of Walt Disney World has brought all kinds of new things to the parks!

Disney World’s 50th anniversary celebration is still going strong!

We’ve seen tons of different merchandise collections, special snacks, and two new nighttime shows! Disney Enchantment and Harmonious both premiered at Disney World at the start of the anniversary celebration, and now, one of them is getting a small schedule change.

Disney Enchantment is going to be starting a little later! Starting on Monday, May 16th, Disney Enchantment in Magic Kingdom will be starting at 9:20PM instead of 9PM, according to Disney’s website.


The park will still be closing at 11PM, so this change means that you won’t have as much time to explore the park post-fireworks. Make sure you take that into account when you’re planning your day!

Disney Enchantment

The 9:20PM start time will run through at least July 13th, which is as far as the Disney calendar is currently available. But, of course, Disney showtimes are subject to change, so you’ll want to be sure that you double-check your My Disney Experience app on the day of your visit. And, we’re always keeping up with all the latest Disney updates, so stay tuned to AllEars for more!

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2 Replies to “Disney Enchantment Fireworks Showtime CHANGING Soon in Magic Kingdom”

  1. Enchantment is fine, it needs a catchy tune like Wishes had. For anyone staying at a deluxe resort, Disney offers you extra hours at night from 9-11 pm, or 11-1 am. Crowds do not dissipate at 9 pm. Many guests get in line for an attraction at nine, knowing Disney will let you stay if you are in line. Contrast this to a Not So Scary Halloween event. The people who paid get a wrist band and you are asked politely to leave park if you haven’t paid for event. This frees up attractions for paying guests. My point is deluxe resort people pretty much have the parks to themselves about 30-45 minutes. The last half hour. We rode Ratatouille twice in 20 minutes. If it was a real perk, 9-11 would be available easier. There are a LOT of deluxe resort guests that show up, I was surprised.