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“Frozen Fun” will be coming to Disney California Adventure on January 7 for a limited time, but you can get a sneak peek starting on December 20.* I was able to talk to Sue Hamilton, show director for Disney Parks, about what’s in store at the park including a Frozen Sing-Along Celebration, “Olaf’s Snow Fest,” and a Frozen Family Dance Party. Watch to the end to see a special guest.

Disney California Adventure will soon be home to all of the “Frozen Fun.” Starting Dec. 20, Anna and Elsa’s Royal Welcome will be leaving Disneyland and moving to Disney’s Animation building in California Adventure. (So remember, if your kids love Frozen and you can only go to one park, starting in January you may want to choose California Adventure.)

If you’re like me and can’t get the Frozen songs out of your head, you can sing them aloud during “For the First Time in Forever” – A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration in the Crown Jewel Theatre of Arendelle, formerly the MuppetVision3d Theatre in Hollywoodland (Muppets! We’ll miss you!). Once you’re done singing Frozen songs, you can “Freeze the Night! at a Family Dance Party inspired by Frozen.

Olaf will be hosting his own “Snow Fest” next door to the Crown Jewel Theatre in Stage 17 with real snow. It will be designed to look like a charming castle courtyard like Arendelle. If you’re not into the snow, you can watch your kids play while drinking hot chocolate from the toasty warm viewing area.

Since you can never get too much of Olaf, check out Olaf’s Frozen Ice Rink in Downtown Disney from now through February 22, 2015. I actually put on skates (and a helmet!) to try out the rink. Watch the video to see my excellent skating skills (ha!).

*Anna and Elsa’s Royal Welcome are moving to California Adventure on December 20, but the rest of the “Frozen Fun” starts on January 7.



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