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How to get Jungle Book: Alive with Magic and Frozen Ever After Fastpass+


I attempted to use the My Disney Experience app this morning to book my upcoming Fastpass+ and ran into some issues,  so this is how I was able to book my Fastpass+.

Frozen Ever After

found Frozen Ever After for June 21, 2016 because I have an single night stay booked so I could experience Frozen Ever After a couple of times on day one.  (Assuming no preview).  I had no issues using the Android Mobile app for this.   I found the following tiers:

Tier ONE: (Choose 1)

  • Frozen Ever After
  • Illuminations
  • Living with the Land
  • Soarin (Over the World)
  • Test Track

Tier TWO:  (Choose 2)

  • Disney & Pixar Short Film Festival
  • Journey into Imagination with Figment
  • Meet Disney Pals at the Epcot Character Spot (Mickey, Minnie, Goofy)
  • Mission: Space
  • Seas with Nemo and Friends
  • Spaceship Earth
  • Turtle Talk with Crush.

Frozen, Living with the Land, Test Track and Soarin’ will all open at 9:00am, so you’re going to have to wait in the regular line for 2 of these.

The new Frozen ride will have the lowest capacity followed by Test Track, then Soarin.  I would recommend 2 days at Epcot to take it all in and include the new Anna/Elsa meet which doesn’t include Fastpass+. In a 7 day trip visit Magic Kingdom 2x, Epcot 1.5 to 2x, Animal Kingdom 1 to 1.5x and Hollywood Studios 1x.  I work on some new plans this week for Character Locator subscribers.

Jungle Book: Alive with Magic

It appears from Disney scheduling that Jungle Book will only offer 2 shows per night from May 28 through September 5 at this time.  The shows will be offered at 9pm and 10:30pm.

I wasn’t able to find the show on their App, so I quickly switched to their mobile website where it appeared.  Animal Kingdom will continue as a park with no Tiers and your allowed to choose 3 of the following Fastpass+.

(Choose any 3)

  • Dinosaur
  • Expedition Everest
  • Festival of the Lion King
  • Finding Nemo
  • It’s Tough to be a Bug
  • The Jungle Book: Alive with Magic
  • Kilimanjaro Safaris
  • Kali River Rapids
  • Meet Disney Pals (Mickey and Minnie)
  • Primeval Whirl

Your priorities should be Jungle Book, Safaris at night and Kali River Rapids or Expedition Everest.

You could also opt for a Jungle Book dining package at Tusker House or Tiifins.

Fastpass+ guests will be seated near Expedition Everest and dining package guests will be seated in front of Finding Nemo the Musical.

Here’s some details from Disney:

Enter a wild world of wonder, one inspired by sights and sounds from The Jungle Book and timeless Indian celebrations!

Beginning May 28, 2016, gather your friends and family as evening falls over Disney’s Animal Kingdom park, and make your way to Discovery River. There, by the water’s edge, an Indian celebration of survival, courage and friendship is about to unfold.

The Jungle Book: Alive with Magic is the tale of a human boy, Mowgli, and all his animal friends and foes. But while you may be familiar with the tale, you’ve never experienced it quite like this!

Come along as impressions of the film’s iconic characters take you on a journey following Mowgli’s exciting, perilous and sometimes hilarious jungle encounters. Watch as barges teeming with jubilant singers, Indian musicians and colorful performers take to the waters and enhance the tale with music and song—while fellow players join in from nearby river banks. And thrill to the breathtaking sight of light displays and massive water screens projecting imagery from the blockbuster film!

Don’t miss your chance to feel the spirit of The Jungle Book surround you in a lively celebration of music and visual artistry. Featuring rousing Indian-inspired pop-style arrangements of the movie’s hit songs “Trust in Me,” “Bare Necessities” and “I Wanna Be Like You,” this uplifting musical presentation builds to a show-stopping finale.

So “forget about your worries and your strife” and swing on by for this musical, magical, madcap sensation that’s hooting, screeching, howling good fun for the whole family!


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  1. Currently got FP for exp Everest, kali river and safaris which will all be done by 1pm. Do you think I will be able to get FP after for safaris at night and jungle book show? Or shall I ditch FP for Everest for jungle book show? This is on 31st may. Plan to do dinosaur first thing.

    • I would say it is unlikely. You might get last show for Jungle Book, but Safari at night FP is already going fast. Rope drop and use FP for night

      • Thanks Kenny. I’ve moved safaris to btn 9-10pm and booked tuskers house dinner package with jungle book – alive with magic 1st show at 9pm. They did have the 8:15pm Safari (around sunset) but would have been too close to the jungle book show?

        Also, do you know that, since I have booked the Tuskers house meal for the show, does the meal include the characters ?

        Coming on Friday from uk, so can’t wait.

  2. Thanks for all the info! I have a question about the Jungle Book show. I got a FastPass+ for my trip in July for the 10:30pm show with my arrive window being 9:55pm-10:15pm. Does everyone get the same arrive window for that particular show time, or is it possible that someone else could have gotten an earlier arrive time for the same show as me and get seated before me as a result? I hope that makes sense to you. Thanks.

  3. Hey Kenny I thought I read somewhere that you could get seating for the jungle book at flame tree BBQ as well. Was this a rumor?

      • Just comes back unavailable. Tusker still showing as open to 5pm so I’m guessing someone has to flick a switch somewhere

    • No and I was online before six. Only thing I could find was breakfast. I also called and there was nothing for lunch and dinner.

    • I was up and trying at 6 this morning. Kept refreshing until 7. The only thing that I managed to get was breakfast. I called at 7 am and was on hold for an hour. When I finally talked to someone there was no breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

  4. I’m going to Disney on memorial weekend, and I have a few questions:
    1. Does Olaf, Kylo, and Chebacca meet during EMH, which has a longer line?
    2. I wanna see AK “critters”, Does Russel, Dug, and Flik meet during EMH, which has a longer line?
    3. Does Anna, Elsa, and Ariel meet when the park opens or at 9:00? Fairytale Hall or Ariel first?
    4. Does Suzy and Perla USUALLY rotate w/ Anastasia and Drizella?
    5. Should I meet Tinker Bell and Mickey, before or after the electric parade? Thx.

    • Not to answer for Kenny, but, this is just what I think, not for sure, but what I think.

      1. I think Chewie and Kylo meet in EMH and the lines are usually about the same.

      2. I don’t think any of them meet during EMH.

      3.Yes, they all meet at 9:00 or EMH, but Ariel and A&E would probably be the same line time.

      4. I hope so, but I don’t know. On Character Locator Fairy Godmother is still listed as not guaranteed.

      5.It probably doesn’t matter, but usually Mickey has a longish line about 2-5:00, but Tink usually has less than 35 mins.

      Have a great time on your trip, and enjoy meeting characters. I can’t wait to meet Olaf in July!!

      • thx, SOOO much I posted this 2 other times and I had no response. when i said “when the park opens” i meant that the welcome show is at 8:40 and the rope drop is at 8:50. and the park opens a little earlier at Ak and Hollywood.

      • Park doesn’t usually begin allowing rides until 9am unless the are expecting insane crowds

  5. Any idea How much seating will there be for standby at the show? Kids don’t want to give up Kali, EE or night safari FP.

  6. Thanks for all that great info Ken! Can you tell me if the seating is better with Fast pass or the dining package..?

  7. Thanks for sharing the new Epcot tiers. Disappointing that LWTL didn’t move to tier 2. It was a perfect pair with Soarin’ – followed by a meal/snack at Sunshine Seasons.

  8. I was able to book frozen ride for July on the Disney website (after many attempts). Any chance they might add FP+ later on for the Elsa & Anna meet and greet?

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