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Disney adds ‘Frozen’ characters, activities at Hollywood Studios

 

Miami Herald Staff

Hitching their sleigh to the star that the movie Frozen has become, Disney’s Hollywood Studios is adding a storm of Frozen-related activities, including more character appearances, ice-skating and sing-alongs.

Disney announced on Friday that "Frozen Summer Fun Live!" will kick off July 5 and run through Sept. 1 at the park.

Each day at 11 a.m., Anna, Elsa and their entourage will appear in a procession on Hollywood Boulevard. Anna and Elsa will be in a horse-drawn sleigh.

Many of the activities will take place on Soundstage One where Oaken has set up his Trading Post and Frozen Funland. It will house ice-carving demonstrations, sing-alongs, evening dance parties, and of course merchandise. There will also be a Frozen-themed fireworks show.

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