Disney Just Shared Its “Not-So-Spooky Spectacular” Halloween Fireworks Show—Here’s How to Watch

The King of the Pumpkin Patch is visiting a little early this year.

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Trick or treat! Believe it or not, we’re already past the halfway mark to Halloween 2020. And to celebrate, Disney blessed our feed with another amazing fireworks display. You can catch the 2019 recording of the “Not-So-Spooky” Halloween spectacular on their official social media accounts.

(Oh, and if you missed the “Happily Ever After” show, you can still watch it here).

This Is One of the Disney Magic Moments

The show was recently announced on Disney’s official social media platforms with the teaser: “The story that you are about to be told is one for both the young and the old. Unlike anything you’ve ever seen, get ready—for this is Halloween!” You get to relive Jack Skellington‘s nightmares—and catch a glimpse of some of your other favorite Disney characters along the way.

This virtual treat is part of Disney’s ongoing #DisneyMagicMoments campaign, which has included sharing recipes, posting ride experiences and announcing other behind-the-scenes content to engage fans while the parks are closed. And this week, Disney has brought us all things spooky as part of its #Halfway2Halloween initiative. You (and the kiddos, of course) can participate in a costume challenge, whip up some fall-flavored recipes or listen along to a virtual performance of the Haunted Mansion anthem.

Watch It Here!

You can catch the full display on Walt Disney World’s Instagram account:


Can’t get enough? Check out more Halloween content—including The Nightmare Before Christmas—on Disney+.

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Katie is an Assistant Editor for Taste of Home, specializing in writing and email newsletters. When she’s out of the office, you’ll find her exploring Wisconsin, trying out new vegetarian recipes and combing through antique shops.