8 Totally Cool Things About For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration at Walt Disney World

Just can’t get enough of Frozen?  We hear you!  And, it seems, so does Walt Disney World!  There are lots of ways to get your fix of all things Frozen while in the parks, and one of our favorites is For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration.  Here are 8 things we’re sure you’ll love about it!

8. Lots of Shows

A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration takes place in Hollywood Studios, at the old American Idol experience, in a pretty stellar indoor theatre.  And you have plenty of opportunities to enjoy the show.  Typically, there is one show on the hour starting at 10:00 am; you’ll find the last show starts an hour before Hollywood Studios closes, on most nights.  So if you weren’t lucky enough to snag a FastPass+, just arrive 25-30 minutes early for the show of your choice, and usually this will be enough to get you seats in this massive theatre.

7. Let it Snow

Sure, we all know the hit Frozen song “Let it Go”, but maybe what we should be singing is “Let it Snow”!  The finale of the show features a fun “snowfall” – inside!  So even if you’re not at WDW around the holidays for Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, you can still experience snow in the parks, and for just the price of admission, which we think is worthy of an encore.

6. Characters

One of the reasons A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration is such a hit is the beloved characters who made the animated film an instant classic.  Well, Frozen fans can rejoice – Anna, Elsa and Kristoff all make special appearances during the show!  They don’t pose for photos or sign autographs, but you also don’t have to stand in line for hours at a character meet-and-greet, which we love.

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5. A Special Winter Guest (Who Loves Summer!)

Do you have a little one who is more captivated by endearing, summer-loving Olaf than by Elsa and Anna?  Then you’ll want to attend A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration during the holiday season, because this is the only time Olaf himself makes an appearance!  He’ll also bring along some new songs from his short film “Olaf’s Frozen Adventure”.

4. Sing-Along Fun

Who doesn’t love belting Disney tunes at the top of their lungs in private?  Well, here’s your chance to sing along to your favorite Frozen tunes in Walt Disney World itself, along with a theatre full of Frozen fans!  It’s definitely magical.  So don’t be shy – no one’s judging!  Just – you guessed it – LET IT GO!

3. Movie Clips

In addition to the sing-along fun, this experience features movie clips from the animated film.  It’s almost like Frozen in fast-forward, which is great for younger kids with short attention spans who perhaps found it challenging to sit through the entire movie.  Plus, watching your favorite Frozen scenes play out on the theatre’s massive screen is certainly memorable!

2. Hosts with the Most

A surprising bright spot in A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration is the Royal Historians of Arendelle, who narrate the show with their short retelling of Frozen.  The cast members playing the Historians are hilarious, and they’ve introduced some humor into the show that, while it will be lost on young children, will bring a smile to any adult’s face.

1. Fun For All Ages

Unlike many attractions in Hollywood Studios and in Walt Disney World in general, For the First Time in Forever: A Sing-Along Celebration is appropriate for absolutely all ages.  The 30-minute show seems quite short, and is full of humour, song, and some surprises!  We love that this attraction is enjoyable for toddlers and young children, as well as older children and adults.  If you’re looking for something the entire family can share at Hollywood Studios, this is it!

About Jason Dick

Jason is a Disney addict. Walt Disney World trips are an annual occurrence that his partner has had to come to terms with. In between Disney trips, he spends his time running the theatre company he started in 2007. As Artistic Director, he picks musicals to bring to his hometown of Hamilton, Ontario Canada that have never been produced in the area. Traveling is definitely a passion and in addition to his trips to the happiest place on earth, he and his partner also travel the world, most recently to India and Nepal. A carnivore by nature, Jason loves the incredible amount of steakhouses Walt Disney World has to offer - they are always at the top of his list for each and every visit.