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Combine the energy of seven lightning bolts, the electrical power of a fleet of 2,000 highway trucks and a sprinkling of pixie-dust. Then turn down the lights in Magic Kingdom. It's showtime for the Walt Disney World nighttime wonder "SpectroMagic."

Designed as a moving gallery for audiences along a darkened parade route, the show uses a techno-workshop full of lighting effects to re-create pixies and peacocks, sea horses and flying horses, flower gardens and fountains -- all the whimsical creatures and environments of Disney's worlds of wonder and fantasy.

About this Attraction

Location: Magic Kingdom

Type: Nighttime Parade

Duration: 20 minutes

Tips & Fun Facts

The parade starts in Town Square and runs up Main Street, through Liberty Square and into Frontierland. If there is a second parade, it will take the reverse route.
You'll find great viewing spots anywhere along the parade route, but the popular places like Main Street start to fill up at least one hour before the parade starts.
Other good places to watch, other than Main Street, are Town Square, Frontierland, Liberty Square, and on the platform of Walt Disney World Railroad Station.
If there are two parades, the second will be less crowded.

The Genie from Disney's "Aladdin" is the eccentric conductor of an orchestra producing a rainbow of music notes that flow into the air.
Practical Pig, poised before the magical world of Disney's characters (a parade segment more than 100 feet in length and featuring castle towers, a carousel, a bejeweled coach and other dreamlands), flicks a paint brush to change the colors of the characters' world into silvery white.
Chernabog, memorable for his role as the monstrous demon figure in "Fantasia," is portrayed in dark and eerie colors as he dramatically spreads his wings to a 38-foot span.
The Three Good Fairies in Sleeping Beauty's garden create the sparkle of day among the flowers and insects...and magically transform the scene to the mystery of night.

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Additional Information

There are designated viewing areas for Guests with disabilities. These areas are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Guest Relations can provide information on show times and other special events on the day of each visit.

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