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  • [Question] Fireballs?

    I was watching "eyes on ears" and someone was streaming live video of the Magic Kingdom from the Bay Lake Tower and around 6:30pm I saw these huge fireballs burst into the sky from around the castle area. They were huge and made the castle seem very small! I asked some other people who were watching the stream live as well what it was, and they didn't know but agreed that it was unusually big. Does anyone know what show it could have came from? It was still daylight out. I was at the Magic Kingdom last month and don't remember seeing anything that big. Thanks in advance!

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    ORDDU: More than likely you were seeing the fireworks that are part of the grand finale to the castle stage show, which is called Dream along with Mickey. Those are shot off during the day, for the most part.

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      Thx for the info!

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        Re: Fireballs?

        Those blasts aren't that large though.... are they?

        one hundred and one

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