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Hi, and welcome to Memory Thread number 7 in the WDW Pensieve, I’m Bob, curator of the pensieve and the recorder of my family’s trips to Walt Disney World
Thanks for joining me in revisiting our recent trip.
I’m afraid Frozen is going to invade the Pensieve.
During our second day at Walt Disney World, we visited Disney’s Hollywood Studios. While there, we did several things, we rode Star Tours 3 times in a row, had lunch at the 50s Prime Time Café among other things.
We had a Fastpass for a new attraction at the Studios: “For The First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing A Long”, that the kids didn’t know about.
We managed to find the location of the event, it was near the Muppets 3-D show, but in a building we had never been in before.
We joined the long FastPass line and soon they began letting everyone in.
For those that don’t know, I’ll let you know exactly what this attraction is.
First, they let all the Fastpass holders into the building. It was a large auditorium-like building with stadium seating, like a theater.
Then they let the Standby people in.
The show starts with Princess Anna introducing the 2 new Arrendale historians. They take the show from there and are quite funny.
Eventually, Queen Elsa shows up and makes it snow inside the building for the finale.
If you have little ones that are obsessed with Frozen, this is definitely the one attraction in Disney’s Hollywood Studios you have to take them to.
I think soon, if not already, Disney was going to move this attraction to the recently-vacated American Idol Experience theater, so you should be able to find it there.
If you can get a Fastpass for this show, you should definitely do so as it is very popular.
And now, be sure to put on your headphones while we sing along to Frozen at “For The First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing Along!”
I hope you enjoyed singing along with us to Frozen.
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