Today marks the final day of the much-controversial nighttime show at Disney World, Epcot Forever. After months of public outcry and a heated debate between Disney, firefighters, and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, the end of the show has finally come.
The show, which was initially meant to be a celebration of the opening of the new EPCOT in 2021, has been heavily criticized for its excessive use of fireworks and pyrotechnics. This has resulted in numerous complaints from local residents about the environmental impact of the show, as well as safety concerns from firefighters who were worried about the potential for fires.
In response to these concerns, Governor DeSantis proposed a plan to limit the use of fireworks and pyrotechnics at Disney World, which was met with widespread support from firefighters across the state. In the end, Disney was forced to cancel Epcot Forever and replace it with a new and less controversial nighttime show.
Today, as the final night of Epcot Forever comes to an end, many are breathing a sigh of relief as the show’s end marks the start of a new era of entertainment at Disney World. With a new show that promises to be less flashy and more environmentally friendly, Disney is finally moving on from a controversial era.
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