There are many different events taking place as part of “Frozen” Fun events at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Earlier, we looked at Anna and Elsa’s Royal Welcome, a parade with Queen Elsa and Princess Anna as well as Kristoff, skaters, skiers, and ice cutters.

Today, we are going to look at the sing-along, which has a long official name: “For the First Time in Forever: A “Frozen” Sing-Along Celebration.”

About the Show

Disney offered tickets printed with each show time and a return window. If you plan on checking out this event, be sure to get your tickets early. I suspect this will be a popular show that will regularly fill up.

Anna begins the show with a humorously awkward introduction, but eventually two Royal Historians take over for most of the dialogue. These Historians do a great job of connecting the stories and adding some humor.

The show, which lasts for about 30 minutes, quickly retells the story of Frozen. The pace is fast, but there is plenty of time for singing-along.

Disney uses some special effects including lighting, fog, and a snowfall toward the end. Most of the presentation is delivered through clips from the movie that are projected onto a large screen.

At the end of the show, Anna, Elsa, and Kristoff join the Historians for the grand finale.

Let’s take a look.

For the First Time in Forever - a Frozen Sing-Along.

For the First Time in Forever – a Frozen Sing-Along.

Two Historians carry most of the dialogue.

Two Historians carry most of the dialogue.

Do you wanna build a snowman?

Do you wanna build a snowman?

Love is an Open Door.

Love is an Open Door.

Let it go.

Let it go.

Olaf on the big screen.

Olaf on the big screen.

The queen makes an appearance.

The queen makes an appearance.

Elsa, Anna, and Kristoff.

Elsa, Anna, and Kristoff.

Let it go - again!

Let it go – again!

Snow fills the air.

Snow fills the air.

Snow fills the stage.

Snow fills the stage.

Anna and Elsa are all smiles.

Anna and Elsa are all smiles.


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The show moves quickly, but it is fun.

Overall: A Winner

Overall, the show is fairly simple, but it is, in my opinion, a winner. It really helps that Disney had so many wonderful songs from the movie to include. Even through the show was simple, the audience loved it, sang along, and had a great time.

Do you like the idea of a Frozen Sing-Along at Hollywood Studios?