Watch Disney's Fireworks From Home!

As a way to bring a little magic to guests during the park closures,Disney is now putting on a virtual version of their Happily Ever After fireworks show. While nothing can beat watching the show on Main Street, U.S.A. IRL, the virtual version will tide you over until the parks can safely open again.

If you're interested in watching the Happily Ever After fireworks show from the comfort of your couch, all you have to do is visit the Disney Parks YouTube Channel. The entire 18 minute-long show is available to stream whenever you're in the mood for a little Disney magic.

Here's the official description for the show, just in case you've never experienced it before: "Fill the skies above your home with some pixie dust. With some modern-day magic we are taking you to the best seat in the house, right in front of Cinderella Castle at Walt Disney World Resort. Watch as the castle you know, becomes a canvas for the stories of some of your favorite characters. And just like our characters’ stories, things will turn out to be happily ever after!"

In addition to streaming the Happily Ever After fireworks, Disney also uploaded avirtual version of Disneyland's new Magic Happens parade. Unfortunately, the new parade was only able to run for two weeks before the park closed its doors for the foreseeable future. "We’re all looking for ways to bring a little joy, a little fun and, yes, a little magic into our lives right now. So to help make that happen, we’re bringing you the newest Disneyland Park parade, Magic Happens," Disney said about its decision to release the parade on YouTube. "Don’t worry though, you won’t need to move the furniture, rope off a parade route or stake out your favorite spot, because this is a virtual viewing direct from The Happiest Place on Earth. So sit back, relax and watch from the comfort of your couch as some of the most awe-inspiring moments from classic Disney stories unfold before your eyes and ears—all set to an unforgettable score co-composed by singer-songwriterTodrick Hall."

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