Hong Kong Disneyland’s iconic fireworks over the Castle of Magical Dreams will return in 2022 after a four-year break. The fireworks were put on hold in 2018 when the castle’s renovation work began and was suspended in 2020 due to Covid-19. A definite date for the resumption has not yet been set.
The park also announced a weekend-only multimedia show next year – which will include projection mapping, water fountains, theatrical lighting and lasers – against the backdrop of the castle. Official details have not yet been released, but the concept art features Elsa and Anna from Frozen, Moana, and Miguel from Coco, which suggests they will feature in the display.
Thrilling surprises await as Hong Kong Disneyland prepares to bring you endless magic in the new year! Including a must-see nighttime spectacular, which will turn the Castle of Magical Dreams into a canvas of light and sound, taking you on a journey of life’s cherished moments. pic.twitter.com/iIRfiSufHB— Disney Parks (@DisneyParks) November 2, 2021
The Hong Kong Disneyland roster of events for 2022 will begin with the Magical Year After Year Chinese New Year Celebration, during which Tigger will kick off the Year of the Tiger. The much-awaited World of Frozen, which was originally supposed to open in 2021, is still under construction due to pandemic-related delays.
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