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Celebrate the Premiere of ‘Frozen II’ at Saks Fifth Avenue in November

Celebrate the Premiere of ‘Frozen II’ at Saks Fifth Avenue in November

Your little princes and princesses will love this in-store and window display experience.

There’s no Disney musical more important to today’s little ones than Frozen. The film’s much anticipated sequel Frozen II premieres on November 22, and Disney is teaming up with Saks Fifth Avenue to host an Enchanted Forest Experience that will delight Frozen lovers and give kids a whole new look into the movie’s world. The event, which will be comprised of both in-store experiences and window displays, will run from November 26-December 24. Idina Menzel, the voice behind Elsa’s iconic songs, will perform at Saks on November 25.

Time Out New York Kids reports that the windows and in-store displays will be inspired by Elsa’s aesthetic, and kids will experience fire, water, wind, and earth elements as though they’re in a real-life version of the movie. Kids will encounter the movie’s characters throughout the experience, and parents can find exclusive Frozen merchandise in the displays–perfect for those holiday gifts you haven’t managed to snap up yet. These Anna and Elsa dolls ($39 each) might top your little one’s wish list.

Tickets for the in-store experience are $5 and proceeds go to New York-Presbyterian Phyllis and David Komansky Children’s Hospital. But if you’d rather do something with the kids for free, you should still add the Saks windows to your holiday season list. They’ll be sparkling and shining enough to make any Frozen-obsessed kid smile. To get your tickets or learn more about the Frozen II Disney and Saks collaboration, head to the ticket website.

Main Image: Credit Disney, courtesy Time Out New York Kids

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Jacqueline Neber

Author: Jacqueline Neber is an assistant editor and a graduate of The Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins University. When she's not focused on writing special needs and education features, you can find her petting someone else's dog. See More

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