Festival of the Lion King
Festival of the Lion King Review
If you think you've seen enough Lion King to last a lifetime, you're wrong, unless you've seen this show. Disney presents a delightful tribal celebration of song, dance, and acrobatics that uses huge moving stages and floats. The show's singers are first-rate; lithe dancers wearing exotic animal-theme costumes portray creatures in the wild. Timon, Pumba, and other Lion King stars have key roles. Once a mainstay in the park's Camp Minnie-Mickey land, the show has moved to the park's Africa area; at press time, the show's exact location had not been announced. For people with disabilities: Information was not available at press time regarding the new show venue and accessibility, though it's certain to accommodate wheelchairs. Sign-language interpretation is sometimes offered. Expected to be equipped for assisted-listening and handheld-captioning devices. Arrive 30–40 minutes before showtime. If you have a child who might want to go on stage, try to sit up front to increase his or her chance of getting chosen.
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