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Disney’s Magic Band and the related MyMagic+ and Fastpass+ are just three elements of a skunk works type division charged with creating Next-Gen experiences for guests at Walt Disney World. Just how revolutionary are these changes? One Tampa Bay Tribune … Continue reading
Voices of Liberty, EPCOT’s talented acapella group, sing a variety of shows daily inside the America Pavilion. It’s one of my favorite stops in the park. With songs arranged by Derric Johnson, they have a unique sound that wraps itself … Continue reading
Update: Sadly, Disney has restricted the video on youtube by setting it private. I hope they make it public again soon. In the meantime. Check out these other “Let it Go” covers we’ve posted on The Disney Blog Magic Kingdom … Continue reading
If you want to have a big role in the future of Walt Disney World, you have to start somewhere. Many of today’s managers and executives started on the front line and worked their way to where they are now … Continue reading