Fireworks Tested Over Magic Kingdom
Guests and vloggers got a slow-motion show as Walt Disney World tested fireworks on Monday night…
If patience is a virtue, just call our own Greg Antonelle, Superman. No, he wasn’t saving kittens from trees or leaping buildings in a single bound.
But he was sitting in the most uncomfortable chair in all of Walt Disney World as he waited, under a vent, to bring MickeyBlog.com fans a good view of the pyrotechnics.
Our current view at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. We will be bringing you the @WaltDisneyWorld fireworks testing over #magickingdom starting at 10:00 PM EST at https://t.co/fvyB0Dnply #disney #WaltDisneyWorld pic.twitter.com/QvSMY6C7eA
— MickeyBlog (@MickeyBlog_) November 17, 2020
Yes, Walt Disney World, and specifically the Magic Kingdom, were testing their nighttime display on Monday night.
And while it was an unofficial show, the views — often separated by a minute or more — were a sight for sore eyes (and behinds).
Views from the Contemporary Resort: Fireworks Testing!
Cinderella Castle lights up the nighttime sky prior to the fireworks testing.
When the first boom was heard, there were a lot of happy people watching. Fireworks were back…at least for one night.
Space Mountain was a backdrop for the fireworks testing.
All of Magic Kingdom was illuminated by these fireworks.
The view from Disney’s Contemporary Resort was perfect!
Guests “ooohed” and “ahhhed” during the testing.
Local residents enjoyed the fireworks for the first time since March.
And MickeyBlog.com brought you all the “action” in between some solid banter from the Contemporary Resort as he waited patiently for the fireworks to begin.
MickeyBlog.com at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom
Coming to you LIVE for the first fireworks at Magic Kingdom since March! Disney is testing them tonight! Enjoy!!