Disney World fans will have a chance to watch the two newest nighttime spectaculars when they debut. Disney Parks Blog announced two livestreams on next Wednesday and Thursday evenings that will let everyone experience the first public performances of Epcot’s Harmonious and Magic Kingdom’s Disney Enchantment fireworks shows. Both of the highly anticipated shows were originally scheduled to debut on October 1 for Disney World’s 50th Anniversary.

Here are the times for the special Disney World 50th Anniversary livestreams for Epcot’s Harmonious and Disney Enchantment.

Harmonious: 9 pm ET on 9/29 – Disney describes Harmonious as “one of the largest nighttime spectaculars ever created for a Disney park. The show, which is a key milestone in the transformation of EPCOT, pays tribute to the stories and songs that unite us all featuring new technical magic that includes special pyrotechnics, moving fountains, special lighting and media.”

Disney Enchantment: 10:15 pm ET on 9/30. Disney says that at Disney Enchantment, “You’re inspired to believe in magic, with captivating Disney music, enhanced lighting, and immersive projection effects that extend – for the first time – from Cinderella Castle down Main Street, U.S.A. The evening extravaganza features stunning fireworks as well as an emotional original song, entitled ‘You Are the Magic,’ by eight-time GRAMMY-winner and former Walt Disney World cast member Philip Lawrence.”

Both shows will be livestreamed on Disney Parks Blog. You can also subscribe to the Disney Parks YouTube, which usually carries Disney World and Disneyland’s livestreams.

How will this affect guests attending the parks those days? Epcot is currently scheduled to close on 9 pm on 9/29, which would mean that guests inside the park should be able to watch the very first performance of Harmonious in person. However, the situation is somewhat different at Magic Kingdom, which is currently scheduled to close at 8 pm on 9/30. If this stays the case, it’s most likely that the first showing of Disney Enchantment will be limited to cast members, press, and invited guests. This makes sense considering that World Showcase lagoon has vastly more viewing areas for fireworks than Magic Kingdom.

Reminder: there are plenty of great areas to watch Magic Kingdom’s fireworks from outside the park, such as the Contemporary’s California Grill.

Disney also shared a new sneak preview of Magic Kingdom’s new fireworks/projection show.

Will you be tuning in to Disney World’s 50th Anniversary livestreams next week? Let me know in the comments below!