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  • On Sep 28, 2011
    Jessica Asked

    We are visiting during MNSSHP (but we dont have tickets to the party). I am wondering if the soundtrack for the MNSSHP fireworks is piped in to the beach at the Poly like normal Wishes? We will miss Wishes b/c of MNSSHP so I was trying for an alternative.

    HI Jessica!

    My family and I enjoyed watching Wishes Nighttime Spectacular from the beach at the Polynesian Resort just a couple of months ago, and it was a wonderful experience!  We made sure to get our Dole Whips from Captain Cook's before heading down for the show - perfection!

    The answer to your question is yes, the music will be "piped in" at the Polynesian during the special display of fireworks on the nights of Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party.  So, even though you aren't in the park, you will still be able to enjoy the dazzling display set to the special tunes!  And, you will also be able to catch the Electrical Water Pageant from your vantage point as well - a bonus!

    The fireworks on the nights of MNSSHP are usually held at 9:30 p.m., which differs from the usual time.  I recommend you double check this with a Cast Member at the Polynesian or in the Magic Kingdom on the day you plan to view them, to be sure you don't miss them.

    Thank you for your question, and I hope you have a spectacular time at Walt Disney World!
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