Walt Disney World Resort prepared from May 22 More Cool Summer

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More Cool Summer starts when cool stars in another galaxy invade Disney's Hollywood Studios during Star Wars Weekends

New entertainment and refreshing emotions await visitors at Walt Disney World Resort during the summer More Cool.

Including festivities "Frozen", new shops and restaurants for visitors throughout the summer.

There are many ways to enjoy 'cool' times, whether visitors seeking refreshing emotions attractions such as family rollercoaster Seven Dwarfs Mine Train enMagic Kingdom, or Soarin 'at Epcot or Expedition Everest at Disney's Animal Kingdom, visiting your favorite friends "Frozen" at Disney's Hollywood Studios, shopping at Downtown Disney or Disney's Water splashing Parks –

More Cool Summer starts on May 15 when cool stars in another galaxy invade Disney's Hollywood Studios during Star Wars Weekends. Visitors can enjoy special shows, presentations and dining options, as well as meetings with celebrities and Star Wars for photo opportunities and autographs. The event is held every Friday through Sunday from 15 May to 14 June and is included in the admission ticket to Disney's Hollywood Studios.

The coolest we would see never presents a special event when Magic Kingdom Park to remain open for 24 hours non-stop fun between 22-23 May, Memorial Weekend, the official start of summer.

"Frozen" Summer Fun Live

The atmosphere was cool when the show "Frozen" Summer Fun LIVE begin June 17 and continue appearing every day until 7 September at Disney's Hollywood Studios. Favorite visitors as Anna, Elsa, Kristoff and Olaf are welcome to Hollywoodland twice daily when part of Frozen Royal Welcome, cheerful parade through Disney's Hollywood Studios, accompanied by champion body Royal Arendelle Flag Corps and a flurry of skaters, skiers and ice cutters.

During the ride Anna leads the procession in an elaborate horse-drawn sleigh, with Elsa parading on a beautiful float decorated as a palace of ice. The parade stopped twice en route to pay tribute to visitors Arendelle as Hollywoodland visitors are encouraged to join the chorus "Let It Go!".

Just in time for "Frozen" Summer Fun LIVE, the popular show, for the first time in forever: A "Frozen" Sing-Along Celebration, moves to the beautiful theater Hyperion Theater (formerly Superstar Television Theater), located right in the heart Disney's Hollywood Studios. Historians of the Queenship of Arendelle, are the hosts of this funny and distinctive comic retelling of the story of his kingdom, full of charming opportunities sing-along moments of "Frozen" as well as new theatrical effects and special appearances by Anna, Elsa and Kristoff.

But there is more to visitors in "Frozen" Summer Fun LIVE.

The fun centers around Event Stage throughout the day, with Olaf's Summer Cool Down - where Olaf keeps the cold room several times a day sharing a blast from his personal cloud snow.

Then when the sun has gone down, DJ Chill and other favorite Disney characters occupy the stage to offer the dance party "Coolest Summer Ever" Dance Party.

According to night approaches, Anna, Elsa, Kristoff and Olaf meet in Event Stage for a great end to the day's festivities, starting an impressive display of fireworks "Frozen" Fireworks to the beat of "Frozen" by of course, and a flurry!

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Visitors can find new summer fashions and new waterside restaurants in Downtown Disney. With new shops like Sanuk, APEX by Sunglass Hut, Havaianas, Erin McKenna Bakery NYC and more, as well as new restaurants like The Boathouse (open already) and Asia Morimoto (opening in autumn). Downtown Disney is current on the biggest expansion in its history and will be called Disney Springs and reinvented itself as a new and exciting shopping district, restaurants and entertainment Waterfront. Disney Springs will be completed in 2016.

Sunny ski tracks and slow rivers surrounded by palm trees await visitors to the water parks Disney's Water Parks - Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon. Visitors can dive into the tropical fun at Typhoon Lagoon Shark Reef to snorkel between actual marine life or take an exciting dive in Summit Plummet at Blizzard Beach. A new offer doubles the fun in Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach. When visitors buy a ticket waterpark for a day, they can come and go between the two water parks on the same day that both are open.

When not visiting Hollywoodland, Anna and Elsa of "Frozen" greet and meet visitors daily at the Princess Fairtytale Hallen Magic Kingdom. The royal sisters are also involved in the daily parade Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade and visitors can enjoy visual segments of "Frozen" during the projection show "Celebrate the Magic" that transforms Cinderella Castle every night.

Offers several new restaurants and entertainment await visitors to Disney's Animal Kingdom this summer as the theme park remains the largest expansion in its history. African Marketplace, a new shopping and dining option for visitors Harambe, the town that serves as an anchor of the Africa section of the park, is scheduled to debut in spring 2015. A highlight of the new space will Harambe Marketplace, a location food service and quick drink offering dishes inspired by street food from windows. The new space will open a new path from Africa to Niagara Falls and Bradley Asia section of the park.

Donald Duck, Daisy Duck and friends welcome visitors at a dinner full of fun characters to Tusker House Restaurant in Disney's Animal Kingdom, plus breakfast and lunch. Dinner "Donald's Safari Dinner" offers diners the chance to meet some of their favorite Disney characters, including Donald and Daisy while enjoying a selection of unlimited carved meats, distinctive salads, creative vegetarian offerings, hearty stews and delicious desserts - all with an African touch. Visitors can make reservations by calling 407-WDW-DINE (3463) or

Epcot guests can enjoy new entertainment acts through World Epcot Center this summer:

Italy - The team spectacularly choreographed movement and deployment of flags Sbandieratori Di Sansepolcro combines live music, energy, the beauty of hand-painted flags and magnificent era dress. The Sbandieratori provides a valuable life dynamic Italian tradition dating back 500 years to be missed.

UK - The traditional acoustic quartet Paul McKenna Bandis of Glasgow, Scotland, stroll the quaint streets of the UK Pavilion with its contemporary approach to songs that never deviate from the Scottish folk roots.

Morocco - B'net Al Houwariyate a music and dance troupe of multi-generational Berber Marrakech, illuminates the stories and experiences of women in Morocco with a lively and interactive performance.

Canada - The Canadian Loggers demonstrate the long tradition of the ages of timbre and logging of Canada in a friendly and exciting competition featuring the launch of axes, cut wood, logs and rotated.

American Adventure - The esteemed group without instrumental accompaniment Voices of Liberty comes out twice a week to sing new twists on American classics at the American Gardens Theatre stage. Other days, a new group without musical accompaniment of five members brings a vibrant energy to the stage with musical interpretations of contemporary themes. The group will sing a diverse variety of popular American hits, all presented with their unique style and special arrangements of Tim Davis, best known for his work on "Glee".