3D holiday show coming to Disney's Hollywood Studios

- More holiday cheer is in store for guests who book a new dessert party that will be offered nightly during the show's run. The Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM! Holiday Party features holiday inspired snacks, decadent desserts and specialty beverages in the courtyard of the Chinese Theater.

Beginning one hour before each performance of Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM!, the party is $69 for adults, and $39 for children, including all taxes and gratuities. Guests can call 407-WDW-DINE to reserve their spot.

 

To learn more about holidays at the Walt Disney World Resort or to book a vacation, guests can visit Disneyworld.com/holidays, contact their travel agent, or call (407) WDISNEY. 

 

Disney's Hollywood Studios is introducing an all-new nighttime show, just in time for the holidays.

"Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM!" is an animated show that is projected in 3D on the facade of the Chinese Theater.

The storyline features Disney characters on a spirited yuletide adventure to get Santa back to the North Pole in time for Christmas Eve.

Fireworks and "snow" accompany tunes of the season, along with moments from Disney films including "Mickey's Christmas Carol," "Beauty and the Beast," "Pluto's Christmas Tree," "Bambi," and Tim Burton's "The Nightmare Before Christmas." 

"Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM!" will run from November 14 to December 31.

Information provided by Walt Disney World Resort.
 

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