AFTER Fireworks Party Coming to Magic Kingdom!

A new Fireworks experience is coming to Magic Kingdom… but this one is a bit different from the popular Tomorrowland Terrace Fireworks Dessert Party. Because this one is the AFTER Fireworks Dessert Party!

Magic Kingdom's Happily Ever After Fireworks Spectacular

Magic Kingdom’s Happily Ever After Fireworks Spectacular

Starting May 28, 2018, guests at the After Fireworks Dessert Party will enjoy a reserved viewing area in the Plaza Garden for the Happily Ever After Fireworks spectacular. And AFTER? That’s when guests will head on over to Tommorrowland Terrace Restaurant and take part in an all-you-care-to-enjoy dessert buffet!

Tomorrowland Terrace Dessert Party Check In Desk

Tomorrowland Terrace Dessert Party Check In Desk

Offerings will be inspired by each Land in Magic Kingdom, such as  S’mores Action Station (Frontierland), Pineapple Delights (Adventureland), Ooey Gooey Toffee Cakes (Liberty Square), Macarons (Fantasyland), a Cookie Table (Tomorrowland), and Strawberry Tarts (Main Street U.S.A.).

Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake

Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake

YES! Oeey Gooey Toffee Cakes from Liberty Tree Tavern (which presumably will be served in a miniature size)!

Savory snacks like cheese cubes, spinach dip with crackers, and house-made mini eggrolls will also be available, as will fresh fruit and beverages like sparkling apple juice, coffee, tea, and milk.

Sparkling Apple Juice

Sparkling Apple Juice

Look for celebratory seasonal items as well to match holiday fireworks on occasions such as July 3-4th for the 4th of July and on select nights during Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.

HalloWishes Dessert Party sign for Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

HalloWishes Dessert Party sign for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

Reservations are available by phone now at (407) WDW-DINE, and will be available online starting May 24th. The price is $69 for adults and $41 for children ages 3-9.

Find other great options for Fireworks viewing in our DFB YouTube Video!

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What do you think of the After Fireworks Dessert Party? Please let us know with a comment!

Comments

  1. Megan says

    But does this mean they will be cramming more people into the same plaza garden viewing area they use for the BEFORE the fireworks dessert party? We just did that one last month and it was great but it was definitely full. So if they are adding the guests from ANOTHER dessert party to that area it’s going to lose its value VERY quickly.

  2. Kendall says

    I’m confused. I already booked the fireworks dessert party with plaza garden viewing for November. Does this mean there will be twice as many people in the viewing area?? It already fills up with the one party. What the heck?? I’m cancelling if this is the case. The draw of the party is to not have to stand shoulder to shoulder with strangers to watch the fireworks.

  3. Kendall says

    I guess if everyone stood, they might fit. It’s just that last time everyone was able to lay out on the grass, which was nice.

    How early are they going to let these post party people into the viewing area? I’ll have to figure out when to leave the pre-show dessert party and head over in order to get a decent spot.

  4. Mike says

    I’m confused. I already booked the fireworks dessert party with plaza garden viewing for November. Does this mean there will be twice as many people in the viewing area?? It already fills up with the one party. What the heck?? I’m cancelling if this is the case. The draw of the party is to not have to stand shoulder to shoulder with strangers to watch the fireworks.

    Exactly! My 180 day out mark is approaching, and we wanted to reserve the desert party, but if twice as many people will Be packed in….Forget It !!!

  5. Ron says

    I have the exact same question. We were getting ready to book for early December, but were only willing to pay the premium price if we weren’t going to have to fight a crowd. AJ, do you know if they are doubling the number of people they are letting into the area? Might consider just switching over to the Tomorrowland Terrace viewing area instead.

  6. DFB Sarah says

    Ron and Mike, good questions. We can’t be sure until the party starts next week. When we find out how they’re handling that, we’ll update the post!

  7. Sharla says

    I have a reservation for Plaza Garden on the date (May 28th) that this starts. The whole reason we booked this was to avoid all the crowds. Do you know who we can contact about this to find out how they are going to accommodate these extra people. We just might have to cancel now.

  8. Christine says

    The Happy Hallowishes parties (both the Plaza Viewing for $69 and the Tomorrowland Terrace for $84) are unable to be booked online or via the dining team. I’m being told by an online chat agent to try back in early June, despite the fact that the website says the events are bookable online and via the 407 number.

  9. Mike says

    Trying to book the After Fireworks Party today for 12/01……WOW. What a fieasco……..even called the dining number, and still couldn’t get the garden view, Now have two rsvp for the Before party !!!! For the same time !!!

  10. Melanie says

    Hey Mike, so was the same area used for both the before and after party or is the after party on the other side? If together how was the crowd and what time did they start allowing the after party to reserve their spots in the lawn?

  11. Tina says

    So is there any update on how this is supposed to work? I am about to be able to book our Fireworks party but I want to know if it’s doubling the people in the seated area….. Any more information on this would be helpful. Thank you.

  12. Mike says

    Like Iposted, was trying to book for 12/01/18, I was told by cast that the after party is further away and behind the before party, which I don’t see how or where that would be. Need someone to post with firsthand experience

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