What You Need to Know About the Festival of Holidays at Disneyland Resort

Collider | 11/18/2019 | Christina Radish
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When it comes to the holiday season, the Disneyland Resort is undoubtedly at its most magical while it’s transformed into the Merriest Place on Earth, through January 6, 2020. Whether it’s the guest-favorite holiday experiences and traditions that return every year – which include the snowfall on Main Street U.S.A., the ever-present décor, the “A Christmas Fantasy” parade, the “Believe . . . in Holiday Magic” fireworks spectacular, “World of Color – Season of Light,” the incredible transformations of Sleeping Beauty Castle, It’s a Small World Holiday, Haunted Mansion Holiday and Cars Land, and a meet-and-greet with Santa, himself – or the always changing Disney-themed treats and merchandise, there is something for everyone, across both parks, throughout Downtown Disney and at the Disneyland Resort hotels.

One of the highlights of holiday time at the Disneyland Resort is the culinary and cultural celebration guests will experience at the Festival of Holidays, now in its fourth year at Disney California Adventure Park. There are eight marketplace kiosks offering food inspired by five different cultural holidays – Christmas, Navidad, Kwanzaa, Diwali and Hanukkah – with a combination of returning favorites and new menu items. In fact, there is so much to choose from when it comes to food and beverages that, especially if you’re a local who is planning on making several trips before the new year, you can save something new to try, with each return. And while you’re filling up on holiday treats, you can also check-out entertainment from The Sound (celebrating Christmas and Kwanzaa with holiday songs performed a cappella), Mariachi Divas (putting their own festive spin on holiday classics), Mostly Kosher (honoring Hanukkah with an eclectic blend of klezmer, jazz, Latin and rock), Blue13 Dance Company (saluting Diwali with traditional dances), Phat Cat Swinger (with swinging holiday music selections), The...
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