Disney has introduced specific significant changes to Magic Kingdom Parade that you’d like to know if you are looking forward to attending.

Magic Kingdom Parade

As Halloween rapidly approaches, people are getting ready to finish with the last-minute decorations and buying gifts for their loved ones. As a fan of Disney, the most celebratory time has been the past year as Disney celebrated their 50th Anniversary across the boards.

Fans were treated to exciting developments, Anniversary special foods and shows, and the return of many previously closed-up shows and events.

At the helm, leading the celebration of Disney’s 50th Anniversary festival is the momentous Mickey’s Celebration Cavalcade. It has almost become the face of the festivities that will wrap up in the coming months.

All in all, it has been a good time at Disney. But the outpouring of gifts and merriment doesn’t stop there.

Mickey’s Celebration Cavalcade new timin

Since October 9, there will be some timing changes at Magic Kingdom that you’d like to know about. The event is held thrice daily with three slots – the morning, afternoon, and night.

While the standard timings of the Cavalcade have been at 10:45 am, 1:40 pm, then again at 4:25 pm, and the last at 5:55 pm. But according to the new changes, you can view the parade not just four times but five times! The timings are as the following.

In the morning, you have two timings – 10:45 am and 11:55 am. Then in the afternoon, you have two shows, one at 1:40 pm and the other at 4:25 pm. The day’s last play will be in the evening from 5:55 pm. As you can see, there is no shortage of a good time at Magic Kingdom. If for some reason, you can’t make it to one show, you can watch the four other shows.

Meet your favorite characters at Adventure Friends Cavalcade

Are you a fan of The Invincibles? Or perhaps you have an attachment to Pinocchio? With the new version of Pinocchio starring Tom Hanks and a star-studded cast on Disney+, you’d like to take your little ones to the Adventure Friends Cavalcade!

Almost all of your favorite Disney characters, from Jessie from ‘Toy Story,’ Miguel from ‘Coco’ and Mirabel from ‘Encanto’ will attend. This exciting parade route starts from Frontierland and ends at Main Street. You can check the My Disney Experience app for more details regarding showtimes.

And if you do that, you’ll notice specific changes. When Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is underway, the parade starts at 5:10 pm. There are no other slots. So, you have to make sure that the day you’re planning to attend the show, which timing the parade is on.

Usually, the Cavalcade also happens at 6:25 pm. But when Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party happens, there is only one time available since the park closes to regular guests sooner on those days.

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Festival of Fantasy Parade highlights

Festival of Fantasy Parade provides guests with a magical experience where they can relive and be a part of the fantastical tales from Fantasyland!

The parade is open to everyone regardless of age, and the usual timings are from 12 pm to the next at 3 pm.

But from 9th October, this timing is going to change slightly. Every day, you can visit the parade only at 3 pm. So, book your tickets accordingly.

Celebrating Disney’s 50th Anniversary

These parades instill awe and fun into the hearts of all those who visit them. They best capture the magical enjoyments that people get to experience when they visit Disney World.

Magic Kingdom has always been a popular place among all of the other Disney parks. So, next time you’re planning to see any parades you read about, ensure you’ve got the timings correct, and have a happy Halloween!

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