Find Out When it Will Snow in Florida! Dates Announced for This Year’s Hollywood Studios Sunset Seasons Greetings

Hollywood StudiosSunset Seasons Greetings will return this holiday season with projections, lasers, music, and “snow” in Florida!

Sunset Seasons Greetings

Sunset Seasons Greetings will take place on Hollywood Studios‘ Sunset Boulevard from November 8, 2019, until January 5, 2020.

This year’s show includes billboards along Sunset Boulevard coming to life and the Tower of Terror being transformed into a classic holiday scene, a gingerbread house, and a stack of presents with the help of Mickey and Minnie, The Muppets, and the gang from Toy Story.

Sunset Seasons Greetings

See photos from and read about last year’s Sunset Season’s Greetings here!

Here’s a short video of the Muppets segment from previous years:

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5 Replies to “Find Out When it Will Snow in Florida! Dates Announced for This Year’s Hollywood Studios Sunset Seasons Greetings”

  1. Last year I had to cancel my solo trip to WDW due to having a procedure for a cardio catheterization. I will be there with my granddaughter on Nov. 14 for a week. My biggest disappointment will be EPCOT not having the Festival of The Holidays. Why is Disney starting the Festival on Nov. 29 instead of the beginning of the Christmas Season at WDW? 😢

  2. The single most beautiful and breathtaking attraction I’ve ever experienced at Walt Disney World was the Osborne Spectacle of Lights! I was and still am heartbroken that they chose to discontinue it. Truly amazing! I’ve never seen anything like it and I still get chills thinking about it!

  3. I’ve been looking for info on showtimes for this. Is there one show at a specific time, or it several times a night? Is it kinda like the Tree of Life Awakenings where shows happen roughly every 15 minutes?

    1. Yes, Bob — it’s pretty much continuous showings. There are a couple different “stories” that they rotate through with little vignettes in between.