NEW Wishes Fireworks Dessert Party Debuts July 5th — Booking Opens March 20th (TODAY!)

A NEW VERSION of the Wishes Fireworks Dessert Party will make its debut on Sunday, July 5th, at Magic Kingdom!



The “Wishes Fireworks Dessert Party” will offer enhancements to the very popular Tomorrowland Terrace Dessert Party (the final date of the Tomorrowland Terrace Dessert Party will be July 4th). You can see our review of the Tomorrowland Terrace Dessert Party here.

Guests will experience reserved seating areas and raise a sparkling cider toast as “Wishes” begins.

Wishes at Magic Kingdom

Wishes at Magic Kingdom

Of course, desserts will remain a key factor in the celebration, and Disney has revealed plans for offerings such as chocolate-dipped strawberries, chocolate mousse, and ice cream. New menu additions will include seasonal fruit and cheese assortments along with Disney character cupcakes. Additions to the beverage line-up will include

hot chocolate and signature lemonades.

Dessert Parties have become a popular enhancement to fireworks at Disney World

Dessert Parties have become a popular enhancement to fireworks at Disney World

The price for the new dessert party is $49 for adults, and $29 for children (including tax). Reservations for this experience open on Friday, March 20th, via the Walt Disney World website or by calling (407) WDW-DINE.

Did you attend the current dessert party in the Magic Kingdom? Would you pay twice as much for extra menu items? Let us know in the comments below!


  1. Meredith says

    We had reservations for the Wishes Dessert Party for June in spite of the price hike because my kids loved it and it was nice not to fight the crowd. Now we are reading that there is no reserved seating. Is this true? Why would we pay double and still have to line up early to get a good view? Holding my reservation in hopes that this policy is reversed, but will definitely cancel if there’s no reserved seating. Disappointing.

  2. Wendy says

    Meredith, tables are assigned. I heard they are assigned based on date booked, so earlier bookings up closer to railing. Plenty of space for all to stand at rail and watch.

  3. Morgan James says

    They still don’t like single bookers. I have been trying for years to be able to book. Just me … travelling on my own …. but they don’t seem to like solo people. Okay I can understand but it would be great if Disney could take the initiative and perhaps even allow solo people to book a table with other solo travellers on …. then they can fill a table for 4 etc

  4. Greer Willman says

    To answer the question of assigned seating they no longer do this. The seating is first come first serve so get there extra early.

  5. Pollyana says

    I was wondering why they don’t have new year’s eve open for Dessert Party reservations. Do you know if they are doing something special on the 30th and 31st?

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