YouTube video credit: Mr121brian121Nothing compares to seeing this show in person, and I think it’s actually a million times cooler looking than the fireworks. It’s worth staking out a spot 30 minutes before the fireworks are set to begin — the rides can wait. That’s not to say don’t pick a spot near a ride you want to go on right afterward, because it could mean the difference between a five- and 30-minute wait if you dilly dally. The more you know: Disney Parks edition. Joyful! Gospel Group – Epcot I came across this act as I was leaving the park, and I’m so glad I caught it because they were absolutely fantastic. A wonderfully talented group of people putting a gospel spin on Christmas classics – what’s not to love? A Totally Tomorrowland Christmas Show – Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, Magic Kingdom The Story of Kwanzaa – America Pavilion, Epcot Mulch, Sweat, & Shears – Disney’s Hollywood Studios Anything else worth mentioning, dear readers – particularly at Animal Kingdom?
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