But weather concerns can impact fireworks shows at Disney World. Today, a flood watch was announced for the Disney World area and a Tornado Watch was also issued for part of Disney World, ahead of Tropical Storm Elsa. Now it looks like the weather concerns in Disney World are impacting some of the fireworks shows.
This has been QUITE the week for Disney news!
Just a few days ago, Disney held its Investor Day conference and shared TONS of movie and tv show news for things coming in 2021 and beyond. But, that’s not all. There have also been some major announcements that could impact your Disney Cruise Line and Disney World vacations next year, and today, we’re breaking it all down for you.
As the Disneyland Resort reopening remains unknown, another event has been canceled.
Last graduation season, Disneyland Resort had to cancel Grad Nite celebrations. Typically, these nights give recent grads a chance to explore Disneyland and Disney California Adventure in celebration of their accomplishments. Now, the 2021 events have been canceled as well.
Adventures by Disney has had to cancel several rounds of trips in response to the global health crisis.
Now, a new round of suspensions has rolled in with more departures receiving cancellations through the end of 2020.
And it seems that Disneyland’s reopening continues to get delayed, with reservations most recently canceled through September 12th. At the time, guests could only make reservations after September 15th.
In mid-June Disney World announced that Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party would be canceled this year.
Shortly before Disney World’s phased reopenings began on July 11th, Disney announced that they would be cancelling Mickey’s-Not-So-Scary Halloween Party this year.
As for their winter seasonal offerings, Disney World hadn’t quite reached a decision — until today. Disney has just officially announced Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party will not take place in 2020.
As the ongoing global health crisis continues, Adventures by Disney has had to cancel many of their departures.
According to its website, more departures have just been suspended through the end of October.
Plans for a new 900-room deluxe resort at Disney World called Reflections — A Disney Lakeside Lodge were announced last year.
The nature-themed accommodations were to be situated on the shoreline of Bay Lake, tucked between Disney’s Wilderness Lodge and Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground and clearing of the land had already commenced.