Why it might be harder to see Disney World’s special 4th of July fireworks

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Slowly but surely, normal operations have resumed at Disney parks.

Cinderella Castle

Traditional Character Meets and Greets recently returned with Character Dining, and all Disney World Resort hotels have officially reopened. Special holiday entertainment is also back, with Mickey’s Not-So-Spooky Halloween Party returning to Disney World and Oogie Boogie Bash returning to Disneyland later this fall. Another holiday celebration is just around the corner and it looks like park pass reservations are sold out because of it!

The 4th of July fireworks are back in Magic Kingdom this year! Many holiday-themed specialty fireworks are no longer available since the parks closed due to the global pandemic – and we’re thrilled to have them back.

Disney World Fireworks

“Disney celebrates America! – A 4th of July Concert in the Sky” will take place on July 3 and 4 at the Magic Kingdom – and it seems that guests are very excited about it because Park Pass reservations are full for theme park ticket holders and select resort guests on the 4th of July!

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Right now it also looks like Reservations for Magic Kingdom are booked for Disney Annual Passholders on July 4 as well. Keep in mind that this is subject to change as customers may cancel their reservations.

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Don’t worry yet! If you are determined to see this special fireworks display, you can still reserve park passes for June 3. If both dates fill up, you can still view the fireworks from outside the parks – here’s a list of the best places to watch the fireworks outside the parks!

We’ll be keeping an eye on this situation, so be sure to stay tuned to AllEars for updates.

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