Walt Disney World Vacation Events Announcement Does Not Include Candlelight Processional

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  • A recent announcement of vacation events at Walt Disney World did not include the Candlelight Processional.

The chances of the Candlelight Processional returning to EPCOT in 2021 do not look good.

The winter break celebration is a highlight for many Florida high school students and their families, but it was put on hold last year due to coronavirus restrictions. A recent announcement of Walt Disney World exhibiting their planned vacation events through the parks made no mention of the return of the procession.

The event usually takes place at EPCOT, but was not mentioned in the park plans. Instead, the blog highlighted the return of a food festival called EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays. This event will run from November 26 to December 30.

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It wasn’t all losses, however. Walt Disney World has shared a new paid event in the Magic Kingdom that will run on select nights from November 8 through December 21.Disney very happy after hours“The event will feature fireworks, seasonal music and goodies for guests.

As for the standard holiday season screenings and evening shows before the parks close, Disney noted that they will be happening less often than usual. Holiday shows at Cinderella’s Castle will alternate with special 50th anniversary celebrations.

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