Because of the ongoing Covid pandemic, numerous live or in-person events have moved online. Up until now, this has been applied to video-chat-powered dinner parties, virtual tours and online learning. Disney is clearly adding another event to the digital portfolio: sunrises.
Fans incapable to visit Disney World in person would now be able to watch the sunrise at the celebrated theme park through the organization’s online streaming service Disney+. The new series, named “Disney Parks Sunrise,” was declared on the Disney+ Twitter account.
On the social media platform, the organization tweeted out a message that said that “early birds” and “night owls” could concur on “the beauty of Disney Parks sunrises.”
Every episode is an hour long, Walt Disney World News reports. Beside demonstrating the sun rising, the episodes incorporate film that shows the daily event occurring over notable locations like Cinderella’s Castle and other acclaimed park landmarks. There are three episodes: an episode focused on the Magic Kingdom, one for EPCOT and another for the Animal Kingdom.
Due to COVID-19, Disney World has downsized numerous live events. While the theme park is open, there are still cutoff points on group sizes and social distancing. On the West Coast, the vast majority of Disneyland in California stays shut.
Disney World recently declared that its New Year’s Eve fireworks show would in any case go on, one might say, in spite of the different parks shutting sooner than expected on the holiday. Visitors remaining at the hotels will have the alternative to see a pre-recorded fireworks show on their hotel room TVs, as per Inside the Magic.
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