Tonight we attended the media event for the "Flurry of Fun" holiday offerings at Disney's Hollywood Studios. Now I know there are those of you who will miss the Osborne Lights but I'm happy to report that thanks to the NEW holiday event at the Studios, this park is back to being one of the premiere spots to enjoy Christmas cheer at Walt Disney World! Tonight we got to check some of the highlights including:
- Sunset Seasons Greetings - This is the new show for this year which includes projections on Tower of Terror set to music and this was incredible! There are four different shows that will run throughout the night and we recommend seeing ALL of them!
- Jingle Bell, Jingle Bam! - This fireworks/projection show is BACK to updated effects and more fireworks! It's a lot of Christmas fun to help make the night even more amazing!
- Jingle Bam! Dessert Party - Want to enjoy the show with some amazing desserts and some adult hot chocolate? This is the way to do it!
Here's some photos & video from the event!
The highlight of tonight was the new Tower of Terror projection show. Here's the Toy Story and Frozen segments:
The Muppets segment was also a lot of fun and very vibrant!
I love how they change the name of Tower of Terror and it's all done in projections!
Here's the ending of the Frozen segment!
The projections are just so sharp and crisp that you can almost not even tell it's Tower of Terror anymore!
Who wants to unwrap Tower of Terror for Christmas?
I love that the Swedish Chef makes an appearance!
Some scenes from the new Olaf short that will be in front of Coco!
We checked into the event and like always got a nicely made lanyard.
Here's the Christmas tree right in the middle of Echo Lake.
Going to start our night off with some food at Sci-Fi Dine In!
Hey look! Walt Disney himself has welcomed us to the restaurant!
In the media preview area we got a sneak peek at what we were going to see tonight and I'm pleased to know that Chip N Dale will be featured later in the evening!
"Drunken Meatballs" is certainly a concept I could certainly get behind!
Yay for Olaf themed desserts!
Santa Goofy made an appearance!
Here's some of the new Christmas merchandise coming to the park...
...and more fun stuff to buy.
Yes, that says "Let it Glow." I personally think that's awesome, but I'm also a punny guy!
The new projection show gets a thumbs up from Banks "don't you DARE touch my Tower of Terror" Lee!
Heading over to the dessert party now to watch Jingle Bell, Jingle Bam!
Pumpkin what? Oh, it doesn't matter I'll take some!
Oh, this was godly!
Alcoholic hot chocolate? Oh yes, yes, YESSSSSSS PLEASE!!!!
This had a lot of alcohol in it! lol
Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM! was great!
Lots of new fireworks in the show this year.
And the lasers looks great!
Makes for a great ending to a wonderful Christmas themed evening at Hollywood Studios.
And yes, once again it is snowing on Hollywood Blvd!
That wraps up another night at Hollywood Studios. And now, it's your turn... POST YOUR COMMENTS!
Disney really goes all out for media events! Glad to see Hollywood Studios seems to me like it has the least to offer of the four parks (or maybe we're just not like most enthusiasts). Toy Story Land has me excited though; love the little touches that make it look like something a kid designed.
ytterbiumanalyst wrote:Glad to see Hollywood Studios seems to me like it has the least to offer of the four parks
I'm not sure I understand why you're happy to see that Studios has the least to offer but give the park time as I'm sure that will be changing soon. This was one of those "needs to get worse before it gets better" scenarios and in two years this park should do a complete 180!
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