Earlier this week, the “Celebrate the Magic” nighttime projection show at Magic Kingdom Park debuted a new wintery scene from the upcoming Disney film, “Frozen” – just in time for the holiday season.

The new segment opens with Cinderella Castle being transformed into the castle of Arendelle, with a winter storm blowing past and covering it in ice. Princess Elsa appears and sings her song “Let It Go,” while clips from the movie – featuring characters like Anna, Olaf and Kristoff – appear on the castle.

This segment, which is a part of “Limited Time Magic,” will be a part of the show through January 4, 2014.

Go to Disney Parks Blog for a sneak peek!

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