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“Frozen Summer Fun Live!” Turns Disney’s Hollywood Studios Into Something Cool

Walt Disney World Frozen Photo 3Anna and Elsa are  bringing the cool to your summer this year, thanks to “Frozen Summer Fun Live!” a new and very special experience running from July 5-September 1, 2014 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Florida. Most of the activities planned will be included in the theme park admission. Your kids can look forward to Anna & Elsa’s Royal Welcome every day at 11 a.m., where the sisters will ride in a horse drawn sleigh, traveling down Hollywood Boulevard. Ice Cutters, skiers, skaters and the one and only Kristoff will also make an appearance, dressed in their very best winter wear.  A Frozen Sing-Along, Wandering Oaken’s Trading Post, Frozen Funland (complete with an ice skating rank and special demonstrations provided by Oaken’s cousins and live ice carvings made out of giant frozen blocks) are just a few of the many activities to look forward to.   

This is also a great opportunity to take pictures with some of your children’s favorite animated characters from the film! Speaking of photo opps, “Take-Along Olaf” is a new initiative at the park where guests can hashtag photos of themselves in the park using #OlafSummerVacation. Their photos may appear on the big screen for the special pre-show feature: the Coolest EVER dance party with a live band (running daily from 5:30-9:30 p.m.).

Frozen Fireworks, finish the day off at 9:35 each evening, on Hollywood Blvd, providing the full Frozen treatment with special projections of snow and ice images.

Of course, you can still head over to Magic Kingdom for even more Frozen fun - Meet Anna and Elsa inside Princess Fairytale Hall in Fantasyland, say hi to the sisters in the new daytime spectacular “Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade,” or view visuals from the film during the “Celebrate the Magic” nighttime projection show.

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