PHOTOS: Frozen Sing-Along Celebration Reduces Physical Distancing in Disney World

Disney World had a quick turnaround this week as the CDC announced that fully vaccinated individuals no longer need to wear masks indoors or outdoors.

Magic Kingdom Crowds

The parks went on to change their face mask policy, allowing guests to go maskless outdoors. However, masks are still required indoors and in other certain areas. Guests who aren’t vaccinated are still expected to wear masks and distance at all times. Since this new measure was put in place in Disney World, other changes came along with it, including early removal of temperature checks, updated distancing signs, and new protocols for live entertainment.

After A Celebration of The Festival of the Lion King had a soft reopening last week, we saw that the show had quickly adapted yesterday to the latest modifications in distancing measures. The capacity in the theater nearly doubled, bringing more guests inside than before.

Disney’s Festival of the Lion King

Earlier today, we also saw that One Man’s Dream in Disney’s Hollywood Studios only required parties to leave one seat between them.  However, now another live show is doing the same thing as we visited the Frozen Sing-Along Celebration in Disney’s Hollywood Studios!

Distancing Changes Are Being Made Around the Parks

Now, the Frozen Sing-Along Celebration is leaving one row empty between guests, so every other row is seated. However, there is only one seat left blocked off between parties in the rows that are open.

New Frozen Sing-Along Celebration Seating

It’s important to note that they do skip every row initially, but then they will start to fill in each row towards the back if the extra space is needed.

New Seating

During the show, the performance remained the same and the performers remain distanced from one another.

Distanced Performers

After the final song of the celebration, the Cast Members will tell your row when to leave so everyone exits in a distanced and orderly manner.

Exiting the Theater

We’ll keep our eyes on the other entertainment around Disney World to see what changes come their way as well. In the meantime, stay tuned with All Ears for the latest Disney news!

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Have you seen the new health and safety changes in Disney World yet? Let us know in the comments below!

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Rachel Franko has been going to Disney Parks since she was a baby, and her love of Disney has only grown into a SLIGHT obsession since! She's been writing for AllEars since 2019 and loves sharing the magic with all the readers. When she's not writing, you can catch her heading to Disney and Universal Studios with a heart full of dreams and a backpack full of themed ears!

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