The 2007 edition of the fantastic Arabian Nights Holiday Show finds Princess Scheherazade in need of a distraction while her husband, Prince Khalid, is off searching the globe for the perfect holiday gift for his wife. The always-faithful genie Hocus Pocus invites a new friend, Santa Claus, to come distract Scheherazade from missing her husband with gifts and good cheer.
“We’ve taken the idea of a holiday show one step further by adding the kind of magic only Arabian Nights can do,” explains Arabian Nights Owner/CEO Mark Miller. “The result is even more of the holiday fun that everyone enjoys.”
Hocus Pocus does even more to lighten the Princess’ mood, bringing each of Santa’s gifts to life in the magical Palace of Horses located at the intersection of U.S. 192 & I-4, minutes from the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando.
In this dazzling show, the 60 Arabian Nights horses and 40 talented performers are joined by spectacular pyrotechnics, snow, and special sets, including four incredible 25 foot Christmas trees, and breathtaking costimes.
“Arabian Nights truly becomes a Winter Wonderland,” says Miller. “Add to that music by artists including Andy Williams, Little Texas, Hilary Duff, Rebecca St. James and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra and you have an amazing show that leaves everyone happy!”
Santa and Hocus put on quite a show for the Princess, bringing to life a variety of gifts including Toy Soldiers, a Mystical Unicorn and a Winter Wonderland Snow Globe. Santa’s Reindeer, Horse-riding Elves, Gingerbread men and Sugarplum Fairies are just a few of the astounding guests who stop by to bring the Princess some holiday cheer.
Guests can also join Princess Scheherazade, Prince Khalid and Hocus Pocus on New Year’s Eve, where they can enjoy the dazzling holiday show and stay to ring in th New Year as part of a special New Year’s Eve package available.