It's hard to believe, but September is already here. This means that summer is almost over (at least, according to the calendar), and the very popular "Frozen" Summer Fun event will soon come to an end at Disney's Hollywood Studios.
While it will be sad to see the amazing nightly firework show gone, Guests visiting the park will be able to enjoy much lighter crowds and lower wait times in the next few weeks. Goodbye busy summer season, hello (brief) light season!

Welcome to the second part of our latest Disney's Hollywood Studios photo-report, OTPN Readers. We encourage you to check PART 1 before proceeding. In the previous part of this update, we took a look around the entrance of the park, the Center Stage, the beautiful Chinese Theater, Pixar Place, and more.
Let's now continue to walk around the park, as there are still a few other news to report, including an update on the construction of the new flex theater.

Like many other Central Florida attractions, the Skeleton Museum (located in the I-Drive 360 area) is offering a September Promotion for all first responders and military members. They will receive a 50% discount on the regular price of admission, which is currently $19.99 plus tax. Family members and friends (up to 6) accompanying them can receive admission for $12.99. This offer is valid through Sept. 30, 2015. A valid ID is required to take advantage of this discount.

The fourth annual “Great Irish Hooley” is officially returning to Raglan Road Irish Pub & Restaurant at Downtown Disney for Labor Day weekend this year.
The “hooley” is a traditional Irish social festival featuring live music, traditional dancing, and delicious Irish fare. Guests will be able to join in the fun and enjoy listening to great bands and musicians playing traditional Irish music. Festivities will begin at noon on Friday, September 4 and run through Monday, Sept. 7.

Beginning from November 1, 2015 and until January 23, 2016, the Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant (located next to the Streets of America area at Disney's Hollywood Studios) will open for breakfast. Start your day in one of those cool retro cars under a sky of twinkling stars with a yogurt parfait or fresh fruit, then order something fancy such as a puff pastry filled with scrambled eggs, crab, asparagus, and Gruy√®re cheese with roasted tomatoes and avocado.

Universal Orlando's largest on-site hotel is going to get even bigger in the future. Yesterday morning, the official Universal Orlando Blog confirmed that two new towers will soon be built next to the existing hotel, adding a total of 400 new rooms, many of which will provide some truly amazing views of Volcano Bay (Universal's new water park that is currently scheduled to open in 2017).
The two new towers will open in 2017. No opening date has been released yet.