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!

Even though it rained a few times during the day, it was great to walk around the park:

The Center Stage:

The temporary stage will be removed soon. Hopefully a new (permanent) stage will be built in its place:

The amazing Chinese Theater recently got its spires back:

They really make a lot of difference:

Thank you, Turner Classic Movies!:

Animation Courtyard:

The sign of The Magic of Disney Animation has been removed, and the entrance was repainted:

This will soon house the new Star Wars Launch Bay:

The Animation Gallery is also closed:

The former Disney Junior - Live on Stage sign has been removed from the big arch:

New posters have been installed nearby:

The new entrance for the show:

Plenty of space has been freed:

The great Walt Disney - One Man's Dream exhibit is still open at the moment:

The first billboard for the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens movie has been installed:

The Soundstage lounge is still open:

Entering Pixar Place:

"Only" a 50-minute wait for Toy Story Mania. It is actually very low for this attraction:

The temporary Mickey meet-and-greet:

Moving on to the Streets of America:


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