Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Tokyo Disney Resort Announces New Castle Show “Frozen Forever” - TDS Frozen Land Opening Delayed Until 2021

URAYASU, CHIBATokyo Disney Resort announced that Frozen Foreverwill
be presented at
Tokyo Disneyland® Park for limited period from January 13 to March 17, 2017. Frozen Forever,a new nighttime entertainment offering using projection mapping technology* will be presented as part of the Tokyo Disneyland special event, Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Fantasy.
Frozen Foreverwill consist entirely of scenes from the Disney film Frozen. These scenes, projected onto the exterior of Cinderella Castle, bring to life a world of Frozen that Guests can only experience at the Park. The show highlights the themes of the film through scenes showing Anna and Elsa’s childhood, their adventures and the importance of family ties. Guests will also be able to enjoy the films memorable songs, including Let It Go,” “For the First Time in Foreverand Love is an Open Door.The shows finale features dramatic pyrotechnics over Cinderella Castle. This awe-inspiring world of Frozen awaits Guests this winter for a limited period at Tokyo Disneyland.

Show Facts:
Duration: Performance: Venue:
About 15 minutes
1-2 Daily
Cinderella Castle (Castle Forecourt) 

Also, at Tokyo DisneySea, the new Frozen / Arendelle port won't open before 2021, if not later ( 2022 - 2024 ), and the delay seems to be due to a lack of space on the envisioned land. Backstage areas will need to be prepared to have the full needed area for the construction of this Frozen land, apparently always in the plans.

And while we talk about Tokyo Disney Resort here is a never seen before artwork by Fredrich Hope who was a proposed expansion of TDR, the artwork being done at the request of Oriental Land.

Picture: copyright Disney, Fredrich Hope.


Brandon said...

So just to be clear! The Frozen "Port" is officially green lighted for Tokyo Disney Seas?

Anonymous said...

Is there a chance Disney had plans to or will make an attraction based on the movie 'The Finest Hours' at the Cape Cod area at DisneySeas?

Anonymous said...

Frozen land might be exclusive to HK Disney for several years in Asia. I don't think it will happen soon in Tokyo.

Anonymous said...

I don't think WDC wants to give all the good stuff to Tokyo (franchised) when other parks (fully or half owned) needs help to boost their attendance.