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Disneyland Paris release first concept artwork for new Frozen land and it looks magical

Honestly, we can’t let it go! Just look at it!

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For the first time in forever, Disneyland Paris is introducing an immersive Frozen-inspired land to its offerings.

And it looks so magical, we can’t even cope.

The Paris park revealed its concept artwork of the new land at the very first Disneyland Paris Media Expo.

The House of Mouse announced that in the coming years (afraid that’s all we have so far), Disneyland Paris will be getting a new themed area dedicated to the 2013 movie – and no doubt the sequel – as part of the multi-year expansion of the Walt Disney Studios Park.

As part of the fully immersive land, guests will see in the distance the snow-capped mountain of Arendelle opposite a magnificent lake, with an attraction that will take them to the center of the Kingdom. The area will also include character encounters, a new restaurant, and a shop.

To keep frostier Frozen fans happy until then, the park is introducing a new interactive adventure called ‘Frozen: A Musical Invitation’ to its Studios park from November 17, 2019. Guests will be transported to the Kingdom of Arendelle, where they will be invited to play and interact with their favorite characters over several stages:

In the first room, guests will sing and learn to dance to magical moves with Anna, Kristoff, and Sven.

In the second room, guests will be invited into the ice palace and will sing in unison the key song Let It Go with Elsa herself.

And from January 11 to May 3, 2020, are hosting ‘Frozen Celebration’ – a brand-new family event!

The festivities will include a dazzling new show four times a day on the parade route starring Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven with incredible dancers and acrobats.

Characters from Arendelle will take part in the ‘Disney Stars on Parade’ with a Frozen-inspired float and during the evenings, the magical adventures of Anna and Elsa will come to life as part of Disney Illuminations.

Are you still breathing, Frozen fans?

Source: Disneyland Paris News

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