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  • Fantasmic and Spectromagic in one night?

    Hi all! I was wondering if it is possible to see both Fantasmic and Spectromagic in one night. This night would be in November...Thanksgiving night to be exact. I know on special occasions the shows are done twice in one night and I would love for my friends to see one performance of each if it is possible.

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    Re: Fantasmic and Spectromagic in one night?

    Possibly can be done on nights when both shows play multiple times.. There are times when "SpectroMagic" comes out twice, and days when "Fantasmic!" plays 2-3 shows, but multiple showings of those two shows seem to be quite rare now a days... Check with the show schedules in the official site. Also, keep in mind you need at least a good 45 mins to an hour to go from one park to the other...or possibly more time, especially if you are using the WDW transport system. But if you do try to accomplish this... maybe you might want to try the first showing of Fantasmic! and then go for SpectroMagic if they are showing at 11pm.
    Go Luck!

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    • #3
      Re: Fantasmic and Spectromagic in one night?

      Heres some Fantasmic Facts:thumbup:

      I did some surfing on the web and found these facts this is the Walt Disneyworld facts

      1.)Opening Date Was Oct. 15, 1998
      2.)seats about 6,900
      3.)show time is every day and last 26 min.
      4.)the mist screen uses about 800 gallons a min. & is 50 ft.tall and 100 ft. wide!
      5.)57 ft. and 5 in.
      6.)Jafar Snake is 120 ft. long 16 ft. tall & has 18 sections
      7.)Maleficent rises 50 ft. in the air is played by a man & the costume whighs 32,000 IBS.
      8.)350 lights used
      9.)46 performers
      10.)crew of 25
      11.) 78 costumes used in the show

      that is all TANKS

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      • #4
        Re: Fantasmic and Spectromagic in one night?

        And yet, after all those statistics, the DL version kicks MGM's backside all the way to the west coast and back.

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          Re: Fantasmic and Spectromagic in one night?

          Originally posted by TDLFAN
          And yet, after all those statistics, the DL version kicks MGM's backside all the way to the west coast and back.
          I second that. Disneyland's version is vastly superior.
          ~ Tokyo DisneySea’s Arabian Coast at nighttime ~

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          • #6
            Re: Fantasmic and Spectromagic in one night?

            Uh oh, I'm sensing another WC vs. EC war about to brew. As for the main topic: you could see Fantasmic at 9:00 and Spectromagic at 11:00. With it being Thanksgiving though, you might as well atempt to free Cuba. It'll be near imposible to see the shows and enjoy them. If you can, I would suggest finding a different plan of action. Good luck, no matter what your decision is.
            - Horizonsfan

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            • #7
              Re: Fantasmic and Spectromagic in one night?

              Why would anyone want to see both?

              Now Iluminations: ROE and Wishes in one night would be fun!

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              • #8
                Re: Fantasmic and Spectromagic in one night?

                Originally posted by WDW1974
                Why would anyone want to see both?

                Now Iluminations: ROE and Wishes in one night would be fun!
                yuck wishes






                ~ Here you leave today and enter the world of yesterday tomorrow and fantasy
                ~

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                • #9
                  Re: Fantasmic and Spectromagic in one night?

                  Just checked WDW's website quickly. There are two showing of both Fantasmic and Spectro on Thanksgiving. Fantasmic is at 7 and 8:30, while Spectro is at 9 and 11. So you could see the Fantasmic show at 7, or even at 8:30 and have plenty of time to get over to the MK. I'm not too familiar with Thanksgiving crowds, or if they will close the MK to incoming guests, that might prevent it, but otherwise you should be OK. As far as crowds, you can always check and see if they have Fantasmic dinner packages still available for that night, otherwise get there plenty early.

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