Cool Off With Disney’s ‘Frozen Summer Fun’

Update: Disney has announced that it won’t “Let It Go” until Sept. 24.

Here’s the schedule for the extended “Frozen Summer Fun (per Orlando My Way):

Through Sept. 28, the schedule of “Frozen Summer Fun LIVE!” will remain the same, with the exception of the “Frozen Fireworks” spectacular. The fireworks show will be presented each night (except Aug. 23)  though Sept. 1, and then on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays only from September 5-28.

Without a doubt, Disney’s Frozen is enchanting just about everyone – from dads accompanying their daughters singing “Let It Go” in viral videos to those looking to “cool down” at Walt Disney World this summer.

The new “Frozen Summer Fun” at Disney’s Hollywood Studios features Anna, Elsa, Olaf and friends in various events, which include Olaf on Summer Vacation, Anna and Elsa’s Royal Welcome, For the First Time Ever, Coolest Summer Ever Dance Party, and Frozen Fireworks Spectacular.

Guests can build a snowman with artificial snow, take part in ice skating demonstration and sing-alongs, get treated to Olaf cupcakes, and, of course, purchase Frozen-inspired merchandise.

Wesh.com/Orlando My Way has lots of photos and the complete schedule, which begins at 11 a.m. with the arrival of Anna and Elsa in a horse-drawn sleigh and culminating in a grand finale fireworks display set to the music of Frozen.

Here’s a clip of the opening procession, courtesy of InsidetheMagic.net:

The cost for the Frozen Summer Fun Premium Package is $59 for adults and $34 for children (tax and gratuity included). It runs through Sept. 1, 2014.

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