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A ‘Flurry of Fun’ Begins Tonight at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Jennifer Fickley-Baker

by , Editorial Content Manager, Walt Disney World Resort

The excitement of the holiday season will return to Disney’s Hollywood Studios tonight, as the park’s Flurry of Fun celebration debuts to include the return of the “Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM!” show, new Sunset Seasons Greetings projections on the Hollywood Tower Hotel, fresh holiday decor and more!

Starting tonight, the Sunset Boulevard area of the park will come alive with Sunset Seasons Greetings. The billboards will come alive with motion and tell a tale, courtesy of iconic characters sharing their love for the season. Hollywood Tower Hotel will also transform into a pile of Christmas gifts, a gingerbread house and a frozen winter wonderland throughout the night. Be on the lookout for appearances by the Swedish Chef from The Muppets, Toy Story friends, Olaf from Frozen and more!

Echo Lake at Disney's Hollywood Studios Glows for the Season

Holiday Services also just unveiled new holiday decor around Echo Lake section of the park. The park’s signature Christmas tree has been repositioned to Echo Lake, for all to enjoy. Even its Dino Gertie has dressed for the season this year!

Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM at Disney's Hollywood Studios

The nighttime show “Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM!” will also return tonight. Follow Prep and Landing on their spirited yuletide adventure to get Santa back to the North Pole in time for Christmas Eve. The show combines state-of-the-art projections, fireworks, special effects and holiday music that’s capped by a special message from Santa himself.

Santa Claus will also make his debut return to the Once Upon a Time shop nightly through December 24 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Santa Goofy will step in after Old Saint Nick returns to the North Pole December 25 – 31.

Planning a visit? Don’t forget to check out Disney Parks Blog author Alex Dunlap’s foodie guide to Disney’s Hollywood Studios!


  • How long will the Christmas decorations be up this year at Walt Disney World?

    We are planning a trip December 31 – January 5th and would love to be able to see the decorations and even possibly the shows!

    • Jason – Check this page for all your holiday vacation planning needs:

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