Disney releases sneak peek into new nighttime spectacular that will replace 'Wishes' on May 12

'Happily Ever After' debuts 5/12 at Magic Kingdom
Posted at 6:30 AM, Mar 24, 2017

On Thursday night, Disney Parks Blog live streamed the "Wishes"fireworks spectacular from Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World and they also released a sneak peek into the show that will take its place on May 12, "Happily Ever After."

You can see "Wishes" at Magic Kingdom now through May 11. Did you miss the live stream? No worries, you can watch the replay here

So, what should you expect from the brand-new nighttime spectacular, "Happily Ever After?"

According to Disney Parks Blog, the show will combine the magic of Disney storytelling, Disney characters, fireworks and even more technology. There will be pyrotechnics and original animation and in true Disney fashion, the music will tug at your heartstrings. 

"Wishes" was known to leave Disney fanatics in magical awe and "Happily Ever After" promises to do the same. The song encourages everyone to dream their biggest dream possible and of course, to never give up. The song is performed by country music artist Angie Keilhauer and singer Jordan Fisher. Jordan is featured on the "Moana" soundtrack and was part of the cast of Broadway's "Hamilton."

Listen to the "Happily Ever After" theme song below: 

More information will be released on Disney Parks Blog in the coming weeks.