The movie “Frozen” was a blockbuster hit for Disney taking in an estimated $400 million in box office sales domestically and over $1.2 billion worldwide. As such, it is not too surprising to find Disney scrambling to get elements from the movie in to the parks.
Disney’s Hollywood Studios is the latest theme park to jump on the wagon, and it did so in full force. Several new “Frozen” elements have been added to the park as described below:
Anna & Elsa’s Royal Welcome
A new daily parade featuring Anna & Elsa and other characters from “Frozen.”
“Stepping off at the front of the park, Anna and Elsa proceed through the parade route in a royal horse-drawn sleigh, while their friend, Kristoff, travels on a Wandering Oaken’s Trading Post float” describes the Walt Disney World website. “Our “Frozen” friends are flanked by plenty of royal entertainers, including a flag corp twirling the flag of Arendelle, a troupe of ice men performing a routine with ice picks, sliding skiers, skating snowflakes, and more. “
Olaf on Summer Vacation
Hear Olaf throughout the parks as he takes his first-ever summer vacation. In addition, Take-Along Olafs are available throughout the park to join in your vacation fun.
For the First Time in Forever: A “Frozen” Sing-Along Celebration
Located inside the Premier Theater, join Anna and Elsa and the Royal Historians of Arendelle as they offer a historic view of Arendelle in a fun atmosphere.
Wandering Oaken’s Trading Post & Frozen Funland
Soundstage One offers several “Frozen” activities including photo opportunities, a frozen pond with ice skating demonstrations, a “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” play area, and “Frozen” related food and merchandise.
“Coolest Summer Ever” Dance Party
Starting at 5:30 PM most nights, the Sorcerer’s Hat Stage plays host to the “Coolest Summer Ever” Dance Party. A DJ, live band and more can be found at the fun.
“Frozen” Fireworks Spectacular
Anna and Elsa provide a fireworks spectacular at 9:45 PM most nights with the fireworks set to the music of the hit movie.
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