New Festive Entertainment and Decor Coming to Disney's Animal Kingdom This Holiday Season!
Disney’s Animal Kingdom will feature new festive entertainment and holiday décor in every land this holiday season.
Starting when you cross the bridge to Discovery Island, you will find yourself in the midst of a winter celebration as the village is filled with sparkling white holiday decorations. Colorful, animal-inspired luminaries line the rooftops, and wireframe lanterns in the shape of beautiful birds can be found throughout the area. During the day, Discovery Island comes to life with a gathering of winter animals in the form of life-size, artisan-sculpted puppets. Reindeer, foxes, polar bears, penguins and more interact with guests.
As night falls, the rooftop luminaries and bird lanterns all around Discovery Island bring a festive glow to the village. The Tree of Life awakens with a series of wintry tales, with a familiar holiday-inspired musical score. The Tree of Life continues to shimmer and sparkle throughout the night with the magic of nature and the spirit of the holidays.
In Dinoland, U.S.A., all the Disney character at Donald’s Dino-Bash! get into the spirit with colorful holiday decorations! At night, you can gather around Truck-O-Saurus for the Holiday Hoopla Dance Party with Chip ‘n Dale and plenty of interactive fun and games.
In Asia, the theatre district will be decorated in celebration of Diwali, the holiday festival of lights in India. Glowing flowers, lanterns and more will illuminate the square between Anandapur Theater and the waterfront stage.
In Africa, a unique holiday presentation will welcome visitors blending the style of western traditions with the colors and textiles of authentic African celebrations. The holiday fun continues inside Tusker House for dining with Disney friends, where Mickey and his pals spread holiday cheer throughout the meal.
In Pandora – The World of Avatar, a display at Pongu Pongu will include kitschy holiday décor, combining vintage pieces from Earth with items handcrafted from materials from Pandora.
Make plans to celebrate the holiday season at Disney World, starting November 8, 2019.
News & Media Source: Disney Parks Blog