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Disney’s Hollywood Studios Get ‘Frozen’ This Summer Beginning July 5

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27 June 2014 No Comment

frozen dhsDisney’s Hollywood Studios is going to be Frozen beginning July 5.

All summer long guests at the Studios will have a chance to experience immersive Frozen experiences inspired by the hit film.

Frozen Summer Fun includes a daily royal welcome with Anna and Elsa every morning at 11 a.m. The sister will arrive in Hollywood in a horse-drawn sleigh as part of their “goodwill tour” of neighboring kingdoms.

The sisters will be joined by Kristoff in addition to skaters, skiiers, ice cutters and more. Anna and Elsa will not be participating in a meet-and-greet at the Studios – fans will still have to meet them at the Princess Fairtytale Hall in the Magic Kingdom.

Olaf, the summer-loving snowman, is enjoying his first summer vacation at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and will be updating guests each day on his adventures. Guests can also pick up a Take-Along Olaf in the park and share photos with the hashtag #OlafSummerVacation.

Inside the Premiere Theater Anna and Elsa are join the Royal Historians of Arendelle for a musical retelling of the history of the kingdom in the Frozen Sing-Along Celebration.

At Soundstage One Oaken and his cousins created a Frozen Funland with cold weather activities and photo opportunities. The area includes a frozen pond with ice skating demonstrations, a “Do You Want to Build a Snowman” play area, a “big summer blowout” with Frozen merchandise, and Frozen-inspired food and beverages.

Every night at 5:30 p.m. a dance party takes over the Sorcerer’s Hat Icon Stage area with a DJ, live band, and more.

And at 9:45 p.m. every night Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, and Olaf come together at the Sorcerer’s Hat Icon Stage for a grand finale to the day including the Frozen Fireworks Spectacular.

The Frozen Summer Fun at Disney’s Hollywood Studios happens every day from July 5 through September 1.

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