It’s the most Tinsel Time of the year at Disney’s Hollywood Studios!! From the Christmas Tree at Echo Lake and throwback decorations down Hollywood Boulevard to the magical holiday projection shows on The Tower of Terror after sunset, Pixar Pals decked out for the season, and a special ending at For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration you will be saying “Hooray for Hollywood” this holiday season!
Want some more Disney Holiday Magic? Throw on your dapper best, because this year Disney is also throwing a new party called Jollywood Nights on select nights through December 20th. This separate-ticketed event includes new shows, a fantastic fireworks display, shorter ride lines, and some more adult-friendly parties. Here are some details:
What’s This? Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas Sing-Along
If you love The Nightmare Before Christmas, then you will love this holiday sing along in the Hyperion Theater.
Disney Holidays in Hollywood
With Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy as the hosts, this new show features holiday songs, hilarious jokes, and plenty of Hollywood glamour.
Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM!
This wonderful nighttime spectacular features fireworks, lasers, lights, projections and holiday music as well as holiday moments from your favorite Disney films. Honestly, this is the reason we went to the party – we love this show so much!!
Holiday Fiesta En La Calle
Commissary Lane features Latin holiday music as well as food and drink inspired by Latin holiday traditions.
Twilight Soiree At The Tip Top Club
Dance the night away at this soiree. Experience a live band with dancing and cocktails at the Hollywood Tower Hotel Courtyard.
Jazzy Holidays at The Hollywood Brown Derby
This Hollywood Jazz Lounge has live holiday music, cocktails, and exclusive light bites for purchase.
Sunset Seasons Greetings
The Tower of Terror becomes a magical holiday display with festive projections. It even “snows” all along Sunset Boulevard during this show.
While this event is not for everyone, my family loves to spend the holidays at Walt Disney World, so any chance we get to experience something, new we jump on it! We decided not to visit the music venues, but the shows were excellent, we hardly waited at all for any rides, and it definitely got us into the holiday spirit!