A Frozen Holiday Wish – New Cinderella Castle Lighting Show

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There’s a new Queen at the Magic Kingdom. Queen Elsa from Disney’s Frozen will get her due this holiday season. Not only will she be featured in the Christmas parade, she also gets the honor of lighting up Cinderella Castle each night as part of a new holiday stage show – A Frozen Holiday Wish.

In it, the cast of Frozen (Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, and the first walk-around Olaf) join together and encourage Elsa to use her powers to cover Cinderella Castle in Ice and Snow. Then through the magic of Disney’s Digital Mapping Projection, Elsa turns Cinderella Castle into an ice palace.

If you can’t make it to the park yourself and still want to see the show, you can watch it live tonight on the Disney Parks Blog as they live stream the 6:15pm ET show. If you can’t watch the livestream, I have the complete show assembled from the first two showings on Wednesday night.

More photos below the jump:

What do you think of the show? Will you be visiting the Magic Kingdom this holiday season? I’m hoping they’ll add this version of Olaf at a meet and greet somewhere. What about you?

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One thought on “A Frozen Holiday Wish – New Cinderella Castle Lighting Show

  1. Tom

    You already answered or asked all my questions in the post, lol :P

    I was gonna ask if this was the first time we’ve actually seen Olaf at the parks(can’t remember seeing him before in costume).
    Which led into my next question about meet and greets. I personally have been shocked ever since the movie came out that they didn’t have Olaf(easily the 3rd most popular character) at the parks. Setting him up somewhere as a *separate* meet and greet to Anna and Elsa, could have really cut in half the wait-times to see the sisters these past few months.

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