Disney Dreams That Soar: How long will the Disney Springs Drone Show run for?

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Last night, May 24, 2024, saw the debut of the new Disney Springs drone show. "Disney Dreams That Soar presented by AT&T lit up the nighttime sky at Walt Disney World's entertainment complex, drawing dangerously large crowds.

Announced back in March, "Disney Dreams That Soar" is billed as a "summertime experience that will be a late-night perk for visitors." The completely free nighttime spectacular celebrates Disney's rich character history, not with traditional fireworks, but with state-of-the-art drones choreographed to create designs in the sky. Paired with an original musical soundtrack, it's quite a sight to behold.

Unfortunately, as its a summertime show, you may be on a bit of a time crunch.

How long does Disney Dreams That Soar run for?

Disney Dreams That Sora is billed as a "summertime experience." As such, the show is scheduled to run from May 24, 2024 through September 2, 2024. As with all of the other entertainment at Disney Springs, it's completely free.

That's about three full months worth of shows. If you're a Disney World local, this gives you plenty of opportunity to catch the show, but if you're someone from out of state, or out of the country, then hopefully your trip is planned during these months.

"Disney Dreams That Soar" is a nightly performance with two showtimes: 9:00 p.m. and 10:45 p.m. Disney describes the show:

"Imagine hundreds of state-of-the-art drones “dancing” across the sky, choreographed to a soaring musical score of iconic Disney music and memorable dialogue from beloved Disney movies. Watch them fly in a constant state of transformation—designing towering elements that are 400-feet tall and creating images of some of your favorite Disney characters from Toy Story, Coco, Dumbo, Peter Pan, Up, the Star Wars saga and more!"

It's worth noting that this isn't the first drone show to take place at Disney Springs. That would be 2016's Starbright Holidays, but this is far more advanced thanks to the improved drone technology.

It's possible that Disney extends the run of Disney Dreams That Soar if it proves popular enough, or maybe they are using this as a test run for something much bigger.