Magic, Music and Mayhem

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Magic, Music and Mayhem
Magic Kingdom
Status Closed
Opening date 2008
Closing date August 14, 2010
General statistics
Attraction type Fireworks spectacular
Designer Walt Disney Creative Entertainment
Host Fairy Godmother (Russi Taylor)
Handicapped/disabled access Wheelchair accessible

Magic, Music and Mayhem is the name of a fireworks display held as part of Mickey's Pirate and Princess Party hard ticket event at the Walt Disney World Resort's Magic Kingdom near Orlando, Florida. This fireworks show is shown in place of the regular Wishes display during the event.

In June 2010, the show replaced Wishes during regular park hours as part of the Summer Nightastic! promotion, titled Summer Nightastic Firework Spectacular!

Hosted by the Fairy Godmother of Cinderella with the three good fairies Flora, Fauna and Merryweather from Sleeping Beauty, along with the traditional appearance of Peter Pan's resident pixie Tinker Bell, the show features music from several Disney movies including The Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast, but an invasion of pirates led by Peter Pan villain Captain Hook wreaks havoc with music from the Pirates of the Caribbean theme park attraction and feature films (including "The Black Pearl" and "He's A Pirate") until the fairies, with help from King Triton, Ariel's father and Sebastian stave off the rebellion by the buccaneers and peace is finally restored. The finale features fireworks that change from blue to pink at the request of the Fairy Godmother to settle the argument of Flora and Merrywether's continuing dispute since the finale of Sleeping Beauty.

The soundtrack of this program, along with the "Disney Adventures Enchanted Parade" as well as those in Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is available on an in-park CD entitled Magic Kingdom Event Party Music as of 2008.

Summer Nightastic Firework Spectacular, June 2010

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All songs are instrumentals except for the reprise of "A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes". Music arranged by Gordon Goodwin.