Jingle bells. Jingle bells. The holidays are almost here.
That’s right; it’s that time of year again. Disney has released the dates for filming this year’s annual Christmas celebration that will air on television on Christmas Day. This year’s special will be called “Disney Parks Unforgettable Christmas Celebration.”
Filming is slated to take place earlier in the year this year, at the Magic Kingdom from November 10-13 and will occur on Main Street U.S.A., as well as the Castle Forecourt Stage.
Guests do not need special tickets to attend the filming; however, admission to the Magic Kingdom will be required. One thing to keep in mind is that space for the filming is limited and that it is a day full of standing around, as many takes are filmed to make sure that things are perfect for the camera.
There is currently no word on who will be performing, nor do we know who will be the host or hosts.
The annual Christmas special was originally known as the Walt Disney World Christmas Day Parade, then the Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade, however last year things were switched up to the “Disney Parks Frozen Christmas Celebration.” The elements of the show however remained mostly unchanged. This year’s event is clearly a tie in to the new Disney Parks promotion, Unforgettable Happens Here.
Those who would like to watch the “Disney Parks Unforgettable Christmas Celebration” will be able to catch the annual traditional airing on Christmas Day on ABC.