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Rumor New nighttime show at Epcot

trainplane3

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Oooooh, interesting!
So just Light tests now? hopefully pyro tests will be coming.
Without knowing anything, I'd guess low level lights/lasers, fountains, or drones. And that's if they're testing outside. For all we know, they could be testing in a warehouse on property. Also, I thought I saw somewhere that drones weren't meant for this show.
 

marni1971

WDW History nut
Premium Member
So just Light tests now? hopefully pyro tests will be coming.
Oooooh, interesting!

Without knowing anything, I'd guess low level lights/lasers, fountains, or drones. And that's if they're testing outside. For all we know, they could be testing in a warehouse on property. Also, I thought I saw somewhere that drones weren't meant for this show.
Will this interm show have fountains and lighting/lasers or will that be more for the big 50th show?
Hope you’ll understand I shouldn’t say more details for now. I will say dates and timeframes (and interim show) are still fluid.
 

nickys

Premium Member
Something that can be rehearsed in Orlando that isn't fireworks is... drones.
Or they could just be running computer simulations of the fireworks at the moment. Get everything else working first, add the fireworks into the equation later. A lot cheaper that way.

I agree though, it’s bound to have drones. Not a huge fan of them - yet!
 

Derrit

Well-Known Member
It wouldn't be hard to test a new pryo effect / shell... just slot it into one part of the show. Those paying close attention might notice what once was red, is now blue.. for one show only.
it hasn't been disclosed if the current pyro barges will be reused (meaning the pryo might be incompatible with the current barges or not give the desired effect with the current barges). Also it's probably easier to test after park close
 

MisterPenguin

Rumormonger
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it hasn't been disclosed if the current pyro barges will be reused (meaning the pryo might be incompatible with the current barges or not give the desired effect with the current barges). Also it's probably easier to test after park close
Anything with lights or flames being used at night would be noted by folks in the nearby resorts.
 
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