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  • On Dec 5, 2015
    Bria from PA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    We are scheduled to attend the Star Wars Dessert party on January 24th It calls for a 7pm start. Will we still be able to see Fantasmic that night? I am a little confused about fire works times, Fantasmic times and being able to see it all. Thank you!!

    Hi Bria! Lucky you to have booked the coveted Star Wars dessert party! You'll get to enjoy the exciting new Symphony in the Stars: A Galactic Spectacular fireworks show from a special reserved viewing area. Fantasmic! is located at another area in the Hollywood Studios and begins at 7pm on that night. Your dessert party admission includes the private viewing area, a delectable selection of desserts and drinks, and a super cool souvenir Chewbacca stein to take home with you.

    Hope this helps Bria! Write us back with any other questions as you continue planning your magical vacation!
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Hi! I'm Joanne from Ottawa, Canada. By day I work for the Canadian government. I'm a single mom to my amazing, 15 year-old daughter and am thrilled to be on the Moms Panel. I absolutely love helping you plan your vacation and create your own magical memories! Learn More About Joanne

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