http://forums.wdwmagic.com/showthrea...xhibition+HallOriginally Posted by Bill
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Although I would like to see proof that the parks once stood open until the wee hours of the morning, I would like to say one more thing (and note that I have not done a case study on this). Keeping the park open really late is not in demand. I know that most families would rather go earlier in the morning and leave around 10ish. After that, any families with small children are pretty much gone. Tell me this, (and this isn't a rhetorical question) was it really crowded at 1am (crowded enough to warrent the hours)?It's definately less hours no matter how you look at it.
I've gone though this before somewhere (possibly MiceChat)...Fantasy in the Sky is not/was not/will not be billed as a firework show. On their website, it is under the section Nightime Entertainment. Under the description "Mickey faces off against Disney villains in a lavish spectacular of dancing water, dramatic music, breathtaking animation, lasers, fireworks and surprises." Most of the time, they call it a Nighttime Spectacular.The only exception might be the Disney-MGM Studios, which now stays quite a bit later because of Fantasmic, which is marketed as a real fireworks show, but in reality can't hold a candle to Sorcery in the Sky in terms of fireworks.
I agree with you that firework wise (and possibly even showwise), SitS was much better. The two parts that I think F! beats SitS is the story and the last scene with Mickey on top of the mountain (I think that's so magical).