“A Frozen Holiday Wish” Castle Lighting and Stage Show has Begun!

Castle Lighting

Disney’s Holiday season has officially begun, with the start of the Castle lighting and stage show “A Frozen Holiday Wish“. November 2nd was the first performance of this spectacular display of the year. The show will continue throughout the Holidays at Magic Kingdom.

On the first Castle Lighting of the year, many fans watched along side us live on Facebook as Elsa lit up the night with frozen delights. Guests of the Magic Kingdom can watch this Special Holiday stage show featuring: Elsa, Anna, Kristoff and Olaf. On nights with no Christmas party there will be a single viewing at 7:00 pm. On Party nights there will be two shows, one at 6:30 pm, and one at 8:15 pm.

If you haven’t watched it yet, be sure to check out our live video of the first castle lighting of the season

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