Disney World Hosts Frozen-Themed "Coolest Summer Ever" Event Series

olaf at disney worldWalt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Floridais hosting the “Coolest Summer Ever,” a series of summer-long activities inspired by Disney’s Frozen

From now until September 7 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Frozen stars Anna, Elsa, Kristoff and Olaf will participate in the Frozen Royal Welcome for daily performances. The “Coolest Summer Ever” event also features special showings of “For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration,” where audience members will get to hear about the history of the Arandelle Kingdom

Olaf the snowman is also hosting his Summer Cool Down, where guests will get a chance to sing along to his fan-favorite number, “In Summer.” 

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Disney’s “Coolest Summer Ever” continues at ABC Sound Studios with daily showings of the animated short “Frozen Fever,” dance parties, nightly Frozen-themed fireworks and more.

Families can also purchase the Frozen Summer Fun Package to reserve tickets for the Frozen Royal Welcome, “For the First Time in Forever,” Frozen fireworks and a Frozen-themed dessert party. Tickets start at $69 for adults and $39 for children ages three through nine. 

To find out about Disney’s “Coolest Summer Ever,” reserve tickets for the Frozen Summer Fun Package and more, visit DisneyWorld.com or call 407-939-3463.

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