Frozen Summer Fun Premium Package available on weekends during the extended period

Aug 07, 2014 in "'Frozen' Summer Fun - Live at Disney's Hollywood Studios"

Posted: Thursday August 7, 2014 9:50am EDT by WDWMAGIC Staff

Any of you who tried unsuccessfully to purchase the sold-out Frozen Summer Fun premium package now have another chance.

Along with the announcement of extending Frozen Summer Fun into the fall, the Frozen Premium Package will also be available on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from September 5 to September 28 2014.

The 'Frozen Summer Fun' Premium Package provides a reserved viewing area for Anna and Elsa's Royal Welcome procession, reserved seating for a showing of 'For the First Time In Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration' show, and a dessert party viewing of the 'Frozen' Fireworks Spectacular.

The reserved viewing for Anna and Elsa's Royal Welcome procession takes place from 10:30am to 11:30am, with refreshments included. Check in is at Min and Bill's Dockside Diner at 10:30am.

At check in for the procession, guests can select which performance of 'For The First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration' they wish to see. Availability is on a first come, first served basis.

The 'Frozen' Fireworks Spectacular dessert party takes place from 8:30pm to 10pm, with the fireworks beginning at 9:45pm. Alcohol is included as part of the package.

The cost for the premium package is $59 for adults, and $34 for children, including tax. No discounts are available, and theme park admission is required. Reservations can be made by calling 407-939-1939.

Learn more about 'Frozen Summer Fun - Live at Disney's Hollywood Studios.'

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Marc GilSep 28, 2014

Well.... Ending tomorrow.

JoseSep 18, 2014


KristoffgirlSep 18, 2014

Isn't Kristoff also supposed to be appearing in the Christmas parade, along with Anna and Elsa?

SoccerMickeySep 18, 2014

Well it seems Frozen has made its way over to the Bill & Ted show at Halloween Horror Nights this year. The show this year features a full-figured Elsa with a Sno-cone singing "I Let Myself Go"

mm52200Sep 18, 2014

Every time I've gone on POTC the FP+ side is full of people, whether or not they're FP+ or standby. I've been sent over there as both FP+ and as a standby rider. Back on topic, I really wish that they would have kept the Frozen fireworks. I know they're expensive to put on but yet they brought in so many more people to the park in the evening(or atleast it seemed like it) and it was nice to have an additional nighttime spectacular besides Fantasmic. Honestly I wish they could have found some way to keep the processional too. I know the floats are in the Christmas parade but it was just nice having some kind of parade back at DHS. The park really needs it.

doctornickSep 17, 2014

People have said that they do and people have said that they don't. It obviously depends on the ride CMs, but they absolutely should be putting standby riders on the FP+ side of POTC if FP+ is not filled. Any CM not doing that is simply not doing their job properly.

note2001Sep 17, 2014

There are rumors here about DHS being renamed to DHA, where A = Adventure. Perhaps the third time's the charm?

MichWolvSep 17, 2014

Something like Disney's Hollywood Celebration would work better. But there hasn't been any chance of it being a working studio for a decade or more, so I don't think removal of SS1 necessitates removing "Studios" if all the previous changes didn't.

UofMGuy423Sep 17, 2014

So if SS1 falls to a TSMM expansion, then why even have "studios" in the park's name. It will have no hope of ever being a working studio again and have little resemblance to what it was when it opened.

DznyGrlSDSep 17, 2014

this is what I've been needing - thank you, as always @wdwmagic

BoltSep 17, 2014

Fireworks are difficult with Spectacle because on some nights, if it's windy, the street needs to be cleared out well in advance of fireworks. Spectacle runs one hour after park close so they would potentially run into guest dissatisfaction that way, too.

GiveMeTheMusicSep 17, 2014

Which they don't do at Pirates.

doctornickSep 17, 2014

Agreed. You could always send standby over to the FP+ (original) load to fill it if FP+ isn't fully utilizing it.

ToTBellHopSep 17, 2014

I have heard this but it just seems backwards to me. Shouldn't it be 2/3 capacity in the current building FP+, 1/3 capacity in the expansion for standby? I realize, of course, that this is all speculation (about something unprecedented).