VIDEO Disney’s Celebrate America! A Fourth of July Concert in the Sky Fireworks

There’s no better place to celebrate the red, white and blue this Fourth of July than Walt Disney World Resort.  The Magic Kingdom commemorates the Fourth with brilliant fireworks choreographed to patriotic music called “Disney’s Celebrate America! A Fourth of July Concert in the Sky.” The red, white and blue extravaganza will bathe the sky on both July 3 and July 4 at 9 p.m.  Take a look at the video highlights and finale of the Magic Kingdom 4th of July fireworks below.

Disney's Celebrate America! A Fourth of July Concert in the Sky, photo by David Roark, photographer, courtesy Walt Disney World Resort

Disney’s Celebrate America! A Fourth of July Concert in the Sky, photo by David Roark, photographer, courtesy Walt Disney World Resort

Filmed July 3rd, 2017 – as the Magic Kingdom does 4th of July Fireworks on both the 3rd and 4th of July! Taking place at Magic Kingdom park, it’s Disney’s Celebrate America! – A Fourth of July Concert in the Sky! Watch in wonder as blazing fireworks ignite and fantastic effects light up the sky above Cinderella Castle — all while a magnificent musical score surrounds you with the reverberations of triumph and joy.

Don’t miss out on the majesty when this lively tribute to the Stars and Stripes takes flight in an evening performance you won’t soon forget!

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Over at Epcot, their 4th of July fireworks were called “The Heartbeat Of Freedom.”  Epcot’s traditional IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth was given a new spin with a fireworks display that celebrates the planet’s past, present and future — along with something spectacular tribute to the Red, White and Blue to celebrate Independence Day.

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About John Saccheri

John Saccheri has been rooted in the Disney culture from childhood. John only had the opportunity to visit Walt Disney World once, at the age of 5. After returning home, he never stopped talking about it, yearning to return. His parents were worried about this “obsession,” but John began working at the age of 12 with a focus on saving up for the next Disney trip. He was able to visit Disney World at least once a year from 14 years old onward. Today, a successful entrepreneur, John was able to move from his hometown of Long Island, New York, to Central Florida to be close to the Mouse. Going to the parks still seems like a fantasy to him!