Anna and Elsa head to Disney's Hollywood Studios - but will the crowds go with them?
Written by Robert Niles
With wait times to meet Anna and Elsa in the Magic Kingdom still exceeding two hours, and beyond, Walt Disney World is adding more opportunities for families to see the stars of its hit animated musical Frozen.Tweet
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"Frozen Summer Fun – Live at Disney’s Hollywood Studios" starts July 5 and will feature several Frozen-themed events each day through September 1 (though no meet and greet with the royal duo):
Given that one of the main reasons behind Walt Disney Word's new MyMagic+ system is to use advance scheduling to redistribute guests from overflowing queues into less-crowded queues and areas of the park, this collection of Frozen-themed events seems designed to advance that same goal. If it manages to coax a few people from Disney World's most overcrowded queue — the wait for the Anna and Elsa meet and greet — into otherwise unused areas of the resort's least-attended park, Disney will count it a wild success.
What do you think? Will you include these events in your Disney World plans this summer?
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