So there is talk of a new Holiday Celebration coming in 2016, so that got me thinking. Here is what I would do. This would be a full on up charge event in USF on par with HHN or MVMCP HOLIDAY NIGHTS AT UNIVERSAL STUDIOS The Holidays in New York: The evening starts with Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. As the last float passes each building it illuminates in thousands of lights. Holiday music and snow fill the air. The full on "New Years Eve Party" starts at 10pm. DJ/Dance Party, Disco Lights, and random confetti canons. The Ball drops at midnight. ($12 for 4 oz. of cheap "champagne" in a plastic Souvineer Champagne Flute). A Hollywood Holiday: Hollywood does the same thing as NYC as the parade ends with the lights, music, and snow. Along the street are carolers, hot chocolate, and "Stars dressed in their Christmas best" walk around characters. Hollywood's New Years Eve Party would be centered on the stage near Mel's. Hosted by a fake Ryan Seacrest type featuring stars like Doc Brown, Stuart, Dave and Kevin, Bumblebee, Shrek, and Bart (live performance of The Bartman). Big countdown screens beside the stage show the ball dropping in "New York City". This is the more family friendly "New Years Eve Party". Christmas in The Wizarding World: Cool decorations (lots of LED candles), Holiday shows (Who wouldn't love to see Celestina do some Christmas carols? The Frog Choir would be there too). Warm Butterbeer and mulled wine, and Christmas Pudding......and snow. A New Years Show on the stage in Carkitt Market with magical fireworks at midnight projected onto the glass roof. Christmas in Springfield: Duff's Holiday Hefeweizen. Lard Lad's pumpkin everything. Santa and helper eleves (Homer, Bart and Lisa) M&G. Who-ville: Who-ville is in front of the FFL theater where Grinchmas will move too. Who carolers and walk arounds, Grinch and Cindy Loo M&G, and a big Seuss Christmas Tree. The North Pole: Where the construction wall is at the entrance of KidZone is, is The North Pole. This is where the official Santa M&G is, a cookie decorating station and a Christmas Card craft table (more about this later). A couple of merch Karts. And....The Ice Bar kiosk (ice shot glasses filled with Vodka, Peppermint Schnapps, or Cinnamon Schnapps). MiB: Christmas Day This is the only ride overlay. Heavily decorate the "city" like it's Christmas. Minor adjustments to the ride audio and preshow film. Done. Holiday Spectacular: An all new lagoon show using Christmas Cards drawn that day by kids in the park at The North Pole Christmas Card craft table. And other original images, animations, etc. (not one IP). Just music, fountains, lights, and pyro. Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit gets a Holiday section. All sections of the park have carolers or live music, and walk around characters. Specialty food through out the park. OK that's just me spit ballin'. Would you guys pay $45.99 Sun, Wed, Thurs, $59.99 Fri, Sat for this?