Another fall event is cancelled
Though Walt Disney World already cancelled Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party earlier this year, it looks like D23, the official Disney fan club has announced that it will be postponing its Destination D: Fantastic Worlds event until 2021. The event was originally planned to take place in November at Walt Disney World, and will now move to sometime next year at a date still to be announced.
Right now the only 2020 event still on the calendar at Walt Disney World without modifications in Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party at the Magic Kingdom, but if the moratorium on characters, parades and fireworks continues we'd imagine Disney would have to cancel this event as well unless they have a plan to completely re-imagine it.
Plans for Walt Disney World's reopening are moving full steam ahead, and though there have been calls for Disney to delay or reconsider opening, it looks like the resort is moving forward, undeterred for the time being, and guests are more than ready to return to the theme parks, as evidenced by the selling out of parks passes for the summer.
Will you be returning to Disney Parks in the near future?
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