Disney Family Holiday on Fridays and Saturdays

Disney Family Holiday on Fridays and Saturdays

Radio Disney Family Holiday premieres on Disney Channel

On Friday, December 4, the Radio Disney Family Holiday will premiere on Disney Channel. Part of the channel’s “Fa-La-La-Lidays” programming, the show will feature songs by Andy Grammer, Charlie Puth, and Sabrina Carpenter. The show will also feature performances by Jacob Whitesides, Forever in Your Mind, and Mickey Guyton. In addition, a holiday marathon will be airing on Disney Channel. The program will start with an all-day marathon of “Descendants: The Wicked World” and end with an encore presentation of the film.

Disneyland is a winter wonderland

Winter is a magical time for families to travel to Disneyland, California, where the theme park is transformed into a winter wonderland. The park is decorated with lights and icicles and has many holiday events and parades. The sleeping beauty castle is even lit up with icicles and illuminated lights. The holiday season is also a great time to take in the holiday fireworks display.

The dazzling decorations of the Christmas Tree Stroll, sponsored by AdventHealth, will enchant visitors of all ages. Visitors can embark on a scavenger hunt to find the trees and redeem their scavenger hunt for a special surprise. While at the park, you can explore the holiday-themed shops and restaurants, and take in the festive atmosphere with angelic flurries of snow.

Santa Claus appears at Walt Disney World’s California Adventure Park

The famous holiday character Santa Claus will appear at Disney World’s California Adventure Park on Christmas Eve. The festive character will greet guests during the Disney Very Merriest After Hours event, but this year, you can also see him outside of the ticketed event. He will make an appearance in Liberty Square behind Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe in a festive gazebo. He will appear intermittently from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. each day, but guests are advised to stay at a safe distance from him.

However, guests are still allowed to talk and get a picture, and there are PhotoPass photographers available for guests to sit with Santa to take photos of them. Disneyland is a great place to celebrate the holidays. Santa Claus and his reindeer will be at the park during the holiday season, which runs from November 12th to January 9th. While in the park, don’t forget to visit Critter Country, where you can meet Santa and listen to holiday tunes.

Jolly Old St. Nick makes special appearances

If you’re looking for the perfect way to celebrate the holidays with your family, you can’t go wrong with a visit to Walt Disney World Resort. This year, the resort will celebrate its 50th anniversary with enchanting holiday entertainment and yuletide- themed decorations. You can also catch special holiday parades featuring Santa Claus, elves, and friends from the North Pole.

In addition to making special holiday appearances at Disney World, Jolly Old St. Nick will visit numerous venues around the resort to visit with guests. You can catch him in his Santa’s Merry Motorcade at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, or catch a festive flotilla with him at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park. Santa will also be making appearances at Magic Kingdom Park and Disney Springs.

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