I just completed my July 2020 Disney World Crowd Calendar that includes the Extra Magic Hours schedule, Magic Kingdom parade and Fireworks, Fantasmic, Epcot Fireworks and Rivers of Light schedules.
- Star Wars Fireworks aren’t listed that far in advance. But, it doesn’t mean they won’t offer them, they just aren’t there yet.
- Park hours could extend for some dates, especially as we near July 4th.
You’ll also find that the Crowd Calendar now clearly displays special events like Disney After Hours in the Magic Kingdom. There’s no need to guess when those occur during your visit.
My crowd calendar is designed to let you know what the overall crowd level expectation will be for a given day. You can then see if a park is a Best, Worst or Median level park. I would chose the best park as it will experience lower crowds than other days of the week.
If you choose the red Extra Magic Hour park, choose the early one at Magic Kingdom. I don’t see much benefit in the late Extra Magic Hours, unless you plan to tour Adventureland and Frontierland. Most guests avoid that part of the park late at night because it is much darker.
I’ve found Epcot Late Extra Magic Hours to be pretty pleasant, especially if you begin in Future World West and work your way toward the East, but we don’t know when the new Ratatouille ride will open, so things could change there. Test Track is usually the most popular ride, followed by Frozen Ever After.
If you visit the Early Extra Magic Hour at Animal Kingdom, you’ll want to visit Pandora or Kilimanjaro Safaris. If you have a Flight of Passage Fastpass, you can pretty much tour that park with little effort. At Hollywood Studios, you could visit Galaxy’s Edge and hold a Slinky Dog Fastpass.
These are merely initial park hours and extra magic hours and things change A LOT over the next 6 months. Hope it helps you plan out your days at least! Here’s the link to my Disney World Crowd Calendars!