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Watch Our 24-Hour Monstrous Summer ‘All-Nighter’ at Walt Disney World Resort in 90 Seconds

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

During our “All-Nighter” to kick off a Monstrous Summer at Disney Parks, we shared a live, 24-hour video feed from inside Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World Resort. It was a hit on the blog, especially during fireworks and the Main Street Electrical Parade.

The same camera also recorded the monstrous fun in the park. And here it is for the first time – 24 hours in Magic Kingdom Park in just 90 seconds.

During the 24 hours, we spotted several of you waving at the camera and enjoying the shows. Did you see yourself or spot any friends in the video? If not, take a look through our latest photo gallery featuring some favorite faces and sights.

If you missed any of our story updates during the “All-Nighter” at Disney Parks, including our morning meet-up recap, be sure to scroll through our main Monstrous Summer post.


  • I watched many hours of the live feed. Even had friends wave and such. Definitely would love to see you have this available more in the future. It was a blast.

  • Have to echo Danielle. Had the live feed open all day. Would love to see more live feeds all around the resort.

  • we had a great time 🙂

  • Please bring back more live feed! I watched the ElectroMagic parade and Wishes! What a magical way to end the day from home!

  • Is this song from Firehouse Five Plus Two? It sounds like them…just wondering.

    Monstrous Summer is off to a roaring good start!!

  • I didn’t think I would make it to 6 a.m. (and I didn’t, made it to 4 instead), but it was so much fun trying.
    The Magic Kingdom is always special, but being there past the usual closing time, seeing it all lit up and dancing the night away in front of the castle just made it that much more magical. A memory I’ll treasure for sure!

  • it looks like so much fun wish I was there

  • we were not able to make it to the monsterous all nighter, but we did take 3 of our grandkids to Disneyworld from july 3 to july 10 this year . It was their first visit there and had a blast all week. One question that popped up from my 12 year old granddaughter was ” why in the Electrical Parade at the magic kingdom, are the coats red on the men at the very end of the parade?” She said since it was an American flag float that the American soldiers at the end should wear blue coats because the red coats stood for the british aoldiers.

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