“…Indiana Jones Stunt Spectacular. I always knew someday you’d come walking back through my door. I never doubted that. Something made it inevitable.”

Top men, women, and people at Disney World are bringing back some much missed live entertainment. Notably, the Indiana Jones Stunt Spectacular will be making a daring escape from a giant boulder once again starting on December 19 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, according to Disney Parks Blog. The show was rumored to not return until 2022, but it just barely will beat that deadline at the last minute in a dramatic touch that would make Dr. Jones proud.

The news about Disney World’s long-running stunt show is just the tip of the iceberg for WDW’s entertainment offerings. Disney Movie Magic will also be returning to Hollywood Studios, starting on November 7. The projection show will debut with a new sequence based on Mulan.

After a lengthy time away, Disney World’s 50th Anniversary marked the return of the ragtime piano player at Casey’s Corner in Magic Kingdom. At Epcot, Alberta Bound, Sergio, and the Taiko drummers have all started performing again as of October 1. At Animal Kingdom, Chakranadi and Kora Tinga Tinga have started filling the streets with music again, and the Tam Tam Drummers are set to make their return to the Africa section of the park in early November.

It isn’t just the parks that are getting all the entertaining comebacks. Performers will also soon be returning to the Boardwalk at Disney’s Boardwalk Resort, and Yeehaw Bob will mosey back into the River Roost Lounge at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – Riverside on October 14.

Are you excited for any of these live entertainment offerings that are returning to Walt Disney World this fall and winter? Let me know in the comments below!