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Electric Water Pageant

Electric Water Pageant

The Electric Water Pageant debuted in the 1970's. It's a nightly parade on the Seven Seas lagoon for the Magic Kingdom resorts. The Pageant consists of seven barges, each carrying a screen of lights. The individual barges feature King Neptune and sea creatures. The Pageant concludes with Flags and Stars! The finale salutes America when the screens change to the American Flag and Stars, as patriotic music plays.


The Schedule:

Polynesian -- 9:00 p.m.
Grand Floridian -- 9:15 p.m.
Wilderness Lodge -- 9:35 p.m.
Ft. Wilderness -- 9:45 p.m.
Contemporary -- 10:05 p.m.

When the fireworks at the Magic Kingdom are held at 9:00 p.m. the Water Pageant will be in position, but will not light up until the fireworks finale. This only delays the above times slightly. The Pageant is canceled during bad weather. As with any show, check with Guest Relations upon your arrival for any changes.

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Member Feedback:

“When the barges pull up along the beach, they begin playing this wonderful music. The barges then light up, one at a time, each barge featuring a different creature. There is an octopus, a dinosaur, flying fish. At the end is King Neptune. At a certain point in the performance, all the lights go out and then come back on. At this point, the barges alternate between American flags and stars. The show lasts about 10 minutes and is quite spectacular to watch. It's one of my favorite things in all of Disney World.”

“My wife and I stumbled upon it by an amazing coincidence. We just happened to be on the boat dock at the Wilderness Lodge on our first night when it happened by. Boy am I glad I didn't miss it. We saw it again at the Polynesian two nights later, and it was great to watch again.”

“This is actually one of the things we try not to miss. They have actually been doing this since Walt Disney World opened or right after. It is one of the hidden secrets that really only those who stay on property really know or find out about.”

“I love the Water Pageant-- it's always been one of my favorite childhood memories of Walt Disney World, and still ranks up there as one of my favorite things to do even to this day."

"If you time it right and are on one of the boats traveling back to your hotel after a day at the Magic Kingdom, you will run into the pageant and be stopped until the show is over. It is so cool sitting on the boat watching the show up close!!”

Special thanks to Scott for providing the photos.

Please Note: Times and schedules are subject to change. The Pageant is canceled during inclement weather.

 

 

 
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