A once-loved show at Walt Disney World Resort is seeing a noticeable drop in attendance, according to Disney Park visitors.
No matter which Disney park you frequent, whether it’s Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, or EPCOT, you’re sure to have a magical time with plenty to experience.
At Disney’s Animal Kingdom, there are many fun and unique attractions, including Expedition Everest, Kali River Rapids, It’s Tough To Be A Bug, Avatar Flight of Passage, Na’vi River Journey, The Festival of the Lion King, and more Again.
However, it looks like one show – Disney’s KiteTails – is seeing a major drop in crowd levels.
User @beautynbeastdw shared a video of participating in the show at a recent show.
Participation in kite tales! #disney #disneyworld #kitetales #fyp #tiktok
As you can see in the video, there is hardly anyone to watch the show despite the grandstand space for the crowds.
Although nothing has been officially announced, much of the lack of crowds at the show can be attributed to the fact that Disney pulled all official showtimes earlier this year. Disney KiteTails is now much shorter than before and many are wondering how long the show could last.
Disney World official description from Disney KiteTails reads:
Taking the magic to new heights
Hearts and imaginations will soar as larger-than-life kites and colorful accessories dance through the air to the beat of beloved Disney songs. Enjoy 2 unique shows, each themed around a beloved Disney animated classic:
- The Lion King, with kites inspired by Simba, Zazu and more
- The Jungle Book, with kites inspired by King Louie, Baloo and more
See the magic soar above the Discovery River Amphitheater during The most magical celebration in the world— the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World.
Know before you go
Be sure to check this page, the My Disney Experience App, or at the reception of a Disney hotel to find out the times for the day of your visit. As this is an outdoor show, it is subject to cancellation due to inclement weather.
Have you seen a performance of Disney KiteTails? Let us know in the comments!