Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM! Returning to Hollywood Studios on November 8th



It's never too early to start thinking about the holidays at Disney World. We recently found at that on top of Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party and Festival of the Holidays, Animal Kingdom will also celebrate the holidays this year. But for those of you wondering when the spirit of the season will arrive to Disney's Hollywood Studios, get your calendars ready. Disney has now announced that the park's fireworks show, Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM! will return to the Chinese Theater on November 8th, 2019.


According to Disney, this holiday spectacular will light up the skies of Hollywood Studios from the start of November all the way to January 5th, 2020. Also returning this year for the holidays is the Sunset Seasons Greetings projection show on the Tower of Terror. This projection show debuted back in 2017 with the debut of Flurry of Fun. It features several vignettes with Disney characters seen inside Hollywood Studios such as Buzz and Woody, The Muppets and Olaf.


Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM! follows Wayne and Lanny from ABC's Prep & Landing as they hunt for Santa who has gone missing just before it's time to open presents. As the two elves take to the skies around the globe searching for the big guy, you're taken on a fun trip that includes scenes from Mickey’s Christmas Carol, Beauty and the Beast, Pluto’s Christmas Tree, Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas and more. Currently, there is no set showtime listed on Disney's website for this fireworks display. In the past, guests have been able to book the Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM! Dessert Party which includes a reserved viewing area for the show. At this time, there are no details on when reservations will become available to guests for this add-on experience.


Details have been scarce regarding Flurry of Fun this year. Which leads one to speculate if the opening of Galaxy's Edge will have any sort of impact on the holiday entertainment at this park. For now, we at least know that two major shows are returning once again for 2019.

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