It’s a great time to be an Annual Passholder at the Walt Disney World resort! From the fun and festive Passholder magnets to pop up events and more, Disney really knows how to make their guests feel like a VIP. If you’re into all things Disney Style, you won’t want to miss today’s Walt Disney World Passholders pop-up event at Epcot!

Walt Disney World Annual Passholders are invited to celebrate the release of the next Disney Parks merchandise collection, Arendelle Aqua. Tonight, September 10, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, Walt Disney World Annual Passholders get a first look at this new merchandise phenomenon.

In addition, to the exclusive first look, attendees will be among the first to purchase from this brand-new color collection inspired by Frozen. With Frozen 2’s premiere right around the corner, it only seems fitting that this fun, frosty color theme is making its way into the Disney Parks.

The collections offers an array of products for guests to fall in love with including a spirit jersey, limited release pin, Minnie Mouse ear headband, Loungefly backpack, and so much more!

With new Disney Parks merchandise comes new Disney Parks treats of course, and Passholders will be the first to try them! Arendelle Aqua treats will be available for purchase across Epcot including menu items like slushies, cupcakes, and sponge cake. 

Registration for this event is not required, but a valid annual pass and a photo ID are. After showing these qualifications at the event entrance, you’ll be able to shop til you drop! You’ll also want to keep your cards handy while tasting the new treats around the park. Annual Passholders will also receive their 20% off discount on all merchandise during the event! 

This special Annual Passholder event takes place tonight, September 10, 2019 from 6:30 PM until 8:30 PM at Future World West right in front of Flavors from Fire. Don’t forget to share your shopping experience using hashtags #ArendelleAqua and #VIPASSHOLDER on social media. If you aren’t an Annual Passholder, no worries! The collection will be available to the public starting Friday, September 13, 2019.