Disney’s hit film “Frozen” has been ranked as the highest grossing animated film of all time, so it is no surprise that Walt Disney World has spent the past year incorporating the movie into its many theme parks. And this holiday season, Disney wants everybody to experience the “Frozen” magic with the new holiday show, “A Frozen Holiday Wish” now playing at Magic Kingdom.
During the holiday season, Magic Kingdom is known for their Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, and while the party will still celebrate the season with magical holiday events, this year the attention is on a new “Frozen” show that takes over Cinderella Castle every night through December 31.
Your favorite characters from “Frozen” including Anna, Elsa, Kristoff and the loveable Olaf take over the stage right outside of Cinderella Castle where they begin to discuss how gorgeous the holiday decorations are around the palace. Olaf, who of course couldn’t be found at the beginning of the show then appears and discusses his love of summer. But his love for summer is masked by Anna’s love of the holiday décor, which she can’t seem to get enough of. Kristoff agrees with Anna but thinks it would feel more like winter if there were ice and snow everywhere. Knowing that Elsa can use her powers to bring both of those things to the Castle and Magic Kingdom, Anna, Kristoff and Olaf ask if she wouldn’t mind making everything a little more “Frozen.” Elsa obliges, but not before first asking the audience if that’s what they want too. After lots of clapping, Elsa begins her magical transformation on the Castle.
Using her arms to conjure up the ice and snow, Elsa focuses on one part of the Castle at a time as the Castle slowly becomes covered in winter. As she works, projections and images take over the building making it look as if snow is actually falling onto the castle and in the background the hit song “Let it Go” plays for the excited audience.
Once Elsa has finished, Cinderella Castle is draped in 200,000 glowing white LED lights. And as you take in the gorgeous scene fireworks explode into the night sky. If you can’t make it to Cinderella Castle for “A Frozen Holiday Wish” don’t worry, after the castle has been transformed with ice and snow it will stay lit for the rest of the night. It can be seen from anywhere in the park, so you can still experience the magic of Elsa’s powers!
For a “Frozen” holiday this November through December, don’t miss “A Frozen Holiday Wish” with discounted Walt Disney World tickets right here on Orlando Fun Tickets.