Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM! Holiday Dessert Party now open for reservations

Aug 09, 2017 in "Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM!"

Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM! show

Reservations are now open for the Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM! Holiday Dessert Party at Disney's Hollywood Studios.

Like last year, a ticket will get you access to a dessert party along with reserved viewing for the holiday firework and projection show. Tickets have gone up $10 this year, and are tiered depending on dates, costing between $79 and $89. No discounts are available.

In the courtyard of Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, guests can enjoy multiple food stations, featuring holiday-inspired sweet and savory delights like warm cheese fondue with pretzel bread and flatbread, warm pumpkin pie and spiced-bread pudding with hand-dipped vanilla ice cream. The Liquid Nitro Station fires-up the party with chocolate mousse and choice of toppings, including salted caramel sauce.

Beer, wine and specialty cocktails are available for guests over 21. Specialty non-alcoholic beverages are also available, and of course, hot cocoa.

Each guest will receive a pair of 3D HoloSpex® glasses that turn bright lights into holiday holographic illusions such as gingerbread men and candy canes. A VIP character will also be on hand to meet with guests.

Check in for the Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM! Holiday Dessert Party will begin fifteen minutes before show time outside of The Chinese Theatre.

From November 9 through December 15 2017, tickets can be purchased for $79 per adult or $45 for children ages 3 to 9 (tax and gratuity included). Then, as the holidays draw closer from December 17 through December 31, 2016, tickets can be purchased for $89 per adult or $49for children ages 3 to 9 (tax and gratuity included).

Reservations are now open, and can be made by calling 407-WDW-DINE or online. Admission to Disney's Hollywood is required.

Learn more about the Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM! show.

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Article Posted: Aug 09, 2017 / 11:25am EDT
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Sunset7132Dec 31, 2017

We saw it this dec and thought it was festive and fun . We did do the amazing dessert party to

21stampsDec 30, 2017

Wonderful! :)

Sunset7132Dec 30, 2017

We loved it and the dessert party was amazing

CakeDec 30, 2017

I loved this show! Combined with snow on Sunset Blvd. it was magical

MansionButler84Aug 25, 2017

Yeah, we are happy about this, too. When we are going, JBJB is at 6:30 pm so a sit-down dinner would be too much of a rush for us. Now we will do Holiday Dine lunch and bring quick service food (or 8 gingerbread cupcakes that we will call "dinner") over to the fireworks viewing site.

SpoiledBlueMilkAug 25, 2017

Because a large portion of Disney fans can't get over the Osborne Lights being taken away....

21stampsAug 25, 2017

Oh that's great news! Wish they would have done it last year!

MansionButler84Aug 25, 2017

Holiday Dine will be open for lunch this year, too, so they take reservations from about 11 am to park close.

Sunset7132Aug 25, 2017

i dont know whos interested but frozen ever after dessert party for december is bookable now for december

21stampsAug 14, 2017

If I remember correctly I think Minnie's Holiday Dine started taking reservations for 3:30 or 4pm. I would not go any later than 4. Rating the view is tough, it's roped off but there are still people in front of you... supposedly it's the "best viewing spot".. I don't know if that's true or not, but I have no desire to camp out an hour or more before a show. The crowds for the show were very large when I was there... and that was on November 28th, so not a holiday week.

Sunset7132Aug 14, 2017

looks like frozen ever after dates for november have been announced still waiting on dec

Greg HAug 11, 2017

We did this last year. I believe we went early December. We thought the show was enjoyable. IMO though, the dessert party was way over priced for what you got. The desserts were just so-so. Alcohol is included as well though so if you factor that in you can get a little more value. For a family of 4+ though this is pretty pricey. We were most interested in securing good seats to watch the show. The reserved seating area was also fine, but if you have kids you won't be much better off as they still won't be able to see well. When we went last year this show was 'popular' and it was busy. Overall, we will likely watch the show again this year, but we would not do the dessert party again.

Sunset7132Aug 11, 2017

Not irritated at all, just puttin in my opinion like everyone else ;)

DisneysonAug 11, 2017

I was just making a lighthearted joke, I didn't mean for it to be a condemnation of your outlook on life or anything of the sort. Yes, I have seen it and I did not like it. I would reccomend, if you have to see one or the other, that you go and see Fantasmic. That's all. We don't need to make a big "thing" out of it. I apologize if my small snarky joke irritates you, but if you are frustrated by this type of talk I suggest you alter your expectations for many other people on this message board, who can be ruthlessly scarcastic like no other. You should always do new things and form your own opinions, and I am very happy that you are going to see JBJB for the first time, but if you are not interested in hearing other's opinions, then this might not be a good place to go.