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However, for many newer members of the Disney fandom, the Osborne Lights was the first thing they have lost.Personally, I can’t think of anything as significant since the 1999 closure of Horizons.
In March, the organization will phase out token sales at the other locations, including Regional Rail stations and major sales offices.A full schedule for those locations will be announced in the coming weeks.For now, tokens will still be available through more than 200 third-party retailers, and SEPTA will continue to accept tokens for fare payment – though the organization strongly suggests customers switch to SEPTA Key Cards.That’s saying something given that the Osborne Lights only ran for a couple months per year.For a lot of people, us included, the Osborne Lights were pure Disney magic. Last week in our World of Color – Season of Light Review, we speculated/hoped that some of the footage from that show would be used in Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM!Usually, whatever plot exists is a rough framework to segue between various montage scenes, and I think the plot here did a satisfactory job of that. (It also seems they chose about the worst possible rendition of every song in the show.)Others with whom I spoke lamented the lack of actual in this show, but I wasn’t surprised or upset by that.
Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM seems to have about the same level of pyro as Star Wars: A Galactic Spectacular (which is to say: not much) and the fireworks it does have are imbalanced, but I think that’s a result of construction at the back of the park.
Outside of Osborne Lights, this is the first time that I’ve ever felt like anywhere in DHS has really nailed the Christmas atmosphere (just ignore those lush palms).
It was wonderful to experience, and this exit experience was the most redeeming aspect of Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM. is a show that has some flashy effects and is fun to watch, but it’s totally devoid of heart.
As Sarah and I entered Disney’s Hollywood Studios yesterday, my ‘wishful thinking’ had become ‘certain thinking In my head, I was expecting more than that.
I figured they’d include a couple of songs also featured in Osborne Lights and maybe–just maybe–have the whole show hosted by radio DJs from Osborne Lights.
As the de facto replacement for the Osborne Lights, a holiday offering oozing with heart, I think that is going to be a disappointment to a lot of Walt Disney World regulars.