More entertainment experiences are returning to Walt Disney World as the return to normalcy continues.
Some WDW atmosphere entertainment resumed Oct. 1 with the start of the Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary Celebration. The ragtime piano player at Casey’s Corner on Main Street, U.S.A. and over at EPCOT, Alberta Bound, Sergio in Italy, and the Taiko drummers of Matsuriza have returned.
Next week at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park, Chakranadi, and Kora Tinga Tinga return to the streets of Harambe in Africa. The Tam Tam Drummers are set to come back to Africa in early November.
Performers will also soon return to Disney’s Boardwalk Resort, and the inimitable Yeehaw Bob will have his audience in stitches of fun starting October 14 in the River Roost Lounge at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – Riverside.
Disney is also bringing back modified meet and greets, where characters and guests will be able to interact (from a safe distance) and take photos. Some of the locations and characters include Disney Princesses at Princess Fairytale Hall and Mickey in his 50th anniversary outfit in Magic Kingdom Park, Minnie Mouse at Red Carpet Dreams and the stars of Disney Junior in Animation Courtyard at Hollywood Studios. Meet and greets are expected to resume November 1st.
Nov. 7 also marks the return of “Disney Movie Magic,” the cinematic nighttime experience at Disney’s Hollywood Studios celebrating Disney’s live-action film legacy, and when this projection show resumes, it will feature a new sequence from “Mulan.”
“Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular” will return December 19th.