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Christmas is back.

As the holiday season draws to a close, people across the country are wondering how this year is going to be. Last year, many Christmas celebrations were suppressed more than usual due to the pandemic.

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Universal Studios in Orlando has announced that Christmas celebrations will return this year. according to the announcementThe holiday celebrations will start from November 13 and will continue till January 2 next year.

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The announcement also revealed that the festivities will feature the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, the Grinch and a traditional Macy’s parade.

in a statement received by Granthshala 35In this article, Universal described the upcoming changes to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter for the season.

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“Guests can sip on hot butterbeer while they listen to Christmas carols from Hogwarts students and their giant croaking frogs, as well as unique holiday hits from one of the wizarding world’s most popular singing sensations, Celestina Warbeck and the Banshees. “The statement says.

Hogwarts Castle will also be turned into a Christmas-themed attraction.

Macy’s parade will return with 30 balloons accompanied by the festival’s cast. The event will end as it usually does, with Santa lighting an 80-foot Christmas tree.

Universal isn’t the only theme park bringing back Christmas this year.

As previously reported by Granthshala Business, Disneyland just announced the dates for its holiday celebrations. The holiday-themed festivities will run from November 12 to January 9 next year.

According to Disney, this year’s festivities have been extended to three nights.

During the festivities, guests will be able to see Santa and various Disney characters in holiday costumes. Disneyland Park entrance will include a 60-foot-tall Christmas tree on Main Street, USA Cinderella Castle, Haunted Mansion, and the “It’s a Small World” ride will also get a holiday make-over during the festivities.