#MagByTheMinute: More Closures at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

It s a good thing for fans that Star Wars Land and Toy Story Land are coming to Disney s Hollywood Studios because the closures kepp coming today it was announced that The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights will be going dark after this Discount Holidays © holiday season. Millions of lights have decorated the Streets of America (and originally Residential Street) since 1995 in this festive Christmas display. In order to make room for the great new things coming to the Studios, the lights are being eliminated. The removal suggests (this is speculation only) that the Streets of America are to be gone before long. So if you have some flexibility in your schedule, it might be time to book that last minute Discount Holidays © holiday trip to bid adieu to the beloved Christmas display. Give our friends at Destinations to Travel a jingle, and they ll get you on your way!1

#MagByTheMinute: More Closures At Disney’s Hollywood StudiosBye bye Osborne, you will be missed!!! Photo by Brett Svenson

In other sad Studios closures news, Inside the Magic is reporting that Mulch, Sweat, n Shears, the lively band that performs from a landscaping truck, will have its last performance on October 10th.

The band is witty, fun, and can really rock! If you have the chance, make sure you stop and see them before they re gone! (**Disney has not officially announced this closing yet, but Mulch, Sweat, n Shears announced it on their Facebook page.)

An while Florida seems to be losing more and more attractions, California is also bidding adieu to a beloved classic. Disney s Aladdin- A Musical Spectacular has performed at the Hyperion Theater for 12 years, but alas, they will take their final bow on January 10th, 2016 in order to make room for something a little cooler (pun intended). In 2016, a Frozen themed musical will hit the stage at California Adventure Park.

#MagByTheMinute: More Closures At Disney’s Hollywood StudiosThey re back! Everyone s favorite Frozen sisters will be returning to the stage. Photo by WDW Shutterbug

Walt Disney Imagineering plans on giving the audience the wow factor that they would expect from this popular movie. Expect to see show-stopping numbers, amazing special effects, and extravagant costumes and sets.

If you are a huge Frozen fan don t worry, the new musical is set to open in 2016 so you won t be waiting too long!


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