Finding Nemo: The Big Blue and Beyond Now on Genie+

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Finding Nemo: The Big Blue and Beyond is a relatively new attraction and is currently available on Genie plus. So, that’s exciting news for Animal Kingdom lovers!

Finding Nemo: The Big Blue and Beyond

Animal Kingdom hosts the best musical show Finding Nemo is ready to spring back on its foot. So, this article will tell you about the new changes that Disney made with Genie+ and how you can ease your vacation by using it.

If you want a good seat for the incredibly reimagined Finding Nemo musical, you can do that by booking it on Genie+. If you even check for bookings on the mornings of the show on the My Disney Experience App, it is quite likely that you will still get hold of some empty slots.

However, if you are interested in looking for Lightning Lanes, that is still not available on the app. For that, it seems like you can’t still go digital. The cast members will stand to check and scan the lightning lane passes in the physical line itself.

Even though no special lines are reserved for Lightning Lane guests, if you have one such pass you will get to enter the show before the other guests.

There is the other line too for stand-by guests who do not have the Genie+. This will also allow you to choose the seats, which is an advantage because the front seats will be for you!

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Finding Nemo Disney World Experiences Some Changes
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What’s new?

The building itself has undergone some changes. The new artwork relating to the show has replaced the old logo. So, as the newness welcomes you, it is time to encounter some fresh changes inside as well.

After the center seats, people fill up the corner seats. So, spend some extra bucks and get the lightning lane passes for extra enjoyment.

While most of the show has undergone a revamp, it retains its fan favorites. The song “In the Big Blue World” will still cheer up your spirits, and you can also meet Finding Dory and Finding Nemo characters.

The performance also has the additional accompaniment of a LED screen which adds different layers. Once you enter, you will locate the Marine Life Institute logo on the screen.

Interestingly, the stage has bubbles all over. Moreover, the show is now shorter in duration, leaving you more time for other things in Animal Kingdom. Earlier it was 40 minutes; now, the directors have reduced it to 25 minutes.

Final Thoughts

So, make your experience seamless and book your seats on Genie+ to enter early!

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