As a new Star Wars fireworks spectacular emerges from Disney’s Hollywood Studios, one must come to an end.
What premiered in 2014 and became what every Walt Disney World guest would soon know and love, has come to an end. The fireworks extravaganza “Star Wars: Symphony in the Stars” just ended this past Wednesday and drew a huge crowd of fans, as this would be the last time anyone would see the show.
Guests visiting Disney’s Hollywood Studios can experience “Symphony in the Stars: A Galactic Spectacular,” a dazzling Star Wars-themed fireworks show set to memorable Star Wars music from throughout the saga. The fireworks spectacular is featured nightly. Disney’s Hollywood Studios is one of four theme parks at Walt Disney World Resort. (Chloe Rice, photographer)
The show started out as a one-night fireworks show to celebrate May the Fourth back in 2014. It then made its Star Wars Weekends debut in 2015. This would then become the fireworks show guests would see about three times per week for the next year. Now a new Star Wars-themed fireworks show has emerged, rather a fireworks spectacular, “Star Wars: A Galactic Spectacular.” To commemorate the wonderful run that “Symphony in the Stars” has had at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, here is its final performance:
Don’t forget to check MakingStarWars.net next week for video of the opening night of the biggest fireworks and light show in theme park history, “Star Wars: A Galactic Spectacular”!