Two major Disney events are cancelled this holiday season.

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Two major Disney events are cancelled this holiday season.

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party and the Epcot’s Candlelight Processional are closed this year but there are plenty of things to do in the happiest place on earth.

Amusement parks around the world have lost millions of dollars due to the COVID-19 quarantine. As the world slowly opens up, many events have changed or been canceled out of concern for safety.

Two of the most famous events in the Disney parks, Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party and the Epcot’s Candlelight Processional, have been cancelled. In a press release on Disney Park's blog , the company made the announcement on holiday activities:

When night falls, special projection effects will give a festive look to Cinderella Castle this year, providing a colorful backdrop for our guests’ photos. The appearance of the iconic castle will be transformed with a rotating series of designs including a whimsical Christmas sweater and a regal overlay of red, green and gold ornamentation. This will be in place of the Castle Dream Lights. Other holiday experiences that draw big crowds will be on hiatus this year as well, such as Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party and Candlelight Processional at EPCOT. We know these experiences are a cherished part of holiday traditions that will be missed by guests and cast members alike, but we’re glad to be able to bring holiday magic in other creative ways.

Even the resorts are getting in on the seasonal spirit:

Disney Resort hotels will also be decked out for the holidays, with their lobbies featuring iconic trees and other festive flourishes. One thing to keep in mind is that our gingerbread displays will not return to the Resort hotels this year. While we know they are a favorite of people taking in the holiday décor, we’re not able to include those displays due to physical distancing guidelines.
Starting a bit later in the season, on Nov. 27, we’ll celebrate highlights from the EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays. Holiday kitchens will return around World Showcase promenade with favorites like American Holiday Table featuring Slow-roasted Turkey with Stuffing and Bavaria Holiday Kitchen with dishes like Cheese Fondue in a Bread Bowl.

Have a very wonderful Disney holiday season!

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