News: Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM! Holiday Spectacular and Dessert Party Coming to Hollywood Studios

Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM! — a brand new Holiday Spectacular revolving around a search-and-rescue mission for Santa Claus — will make its debut at Disney’s Hollywood Studios on November 14th!



The Chinese Theater will set the stage for this production involving projections, fireworks, and other special effects all set to a seasonal musical score and sparkly SNOW.



The search-and-rescue mission will be led by Wayne and Lanny from the Prep and Landing holiday special, and the show itself will feature holiday moments from Disney films like Beauty and the Beast, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Bambi, and Mickey’s Christmas Carol.



Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM! Holiday Dessert Party will also be an option for guests to add to their experience including desserts (of course!), specialty beverages, a reserved viewing area, and a pair of 3D HoloSpex® glasses to enhance the show.

The cost for the dessert party varies per date: the price is $69.00 for adults and $39.00 for children for dates November 14 – December 17. The price is $79 for adults and $45 for children for dates December 18 – 31. Booking is available by calling (407) WDW-DINE or via the Disney World website.



Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM! will run from November 14 through December 31, 2016.

Are you excited to hear about this new holiday show at the Studios? Please let us know with a comment!


  1. Michelle says

    Cory, I would try calling back. I purchased tickets after 10 pm last night for early Dec. Make sure they check for 5:45 pm. I read on other blogs that there’s been some confusion. Some people were told it was sold out at first then were able to get tickets. Good luck!

  2. Jenni Hall says

    I just wanted to share some info – I just phoned Orlando from the UK and it took no more than around 8 minutes from start to finish, including listening to “It’s a small world” while on hold. (love the little Disney touches). We got tickets for 8th Dec, tried for 10th but they are fully booked as it’s the last night.

    I am so pleased I called, as Grace was amazingly helpful on the phone and the booking appeared on our My Disney Experience in an instant! Job done :).

    My advice, if you really REALLY want to do this event, call them and book it, as it’s selling out really quickly.

  3. Barb says

    I got tickets for Jingle Jam on Dec. 5th. Loved Osborne lights, but, will give this a shot. We’re excited!

  4. Jenni Hall says

    > Michelle,

    I called 001 407 939 3463 (001 407 wdw dine) at around 3pm on Saturday from the UK. I chose the option of Hollywood Studios, special event and was on hold maybe 30 seconds.

    Hope you get booked up :). Jenni x

  5. Melissa Baumgardner says

    Will miss the Osborne lights, but this new show sounds amazing!!! Cannot wait to see it!!!

  6. Meghan says

    Can you clarify that the show can still be seen even if you can’t get the special dessert ticket? If so, does this show replace Fantasmic for the holiday season? Thanks!

  7. pam says

    Is December 10th the last day that the party is offered or have they just not opened up the rest of the party dates? Thanks in advance…

  8. Kimberly says

    Nothing will replace Osb Lights. Not sure if excited about this new show but not happy with Disneys yet another chance to sell tickets for entertainment already in the park! Enough already ! Never replaced Lights of Winter at EPCOT or tree lighting ceremony each night! So very disappointing! Also ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas show at MK our family fav! Timeless show for all- taken away!

  9. jennifer van hill says

    So I just called and spoke to Shirly- she was wonderful. The spactacular event takes place at 6:45 and they have extended it through December- If you are in the studios that day- or can hop on over with your hopper pass then you can see the show which is on the chinese theater. If you want to attend a dessert pre-party with beverages and treats , you can pay extra- get an extra tickets, for select nights to do that. Does that clear up some confusion?

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