The days are starting to get shorter and the nights are getting longer, the temperature is slowly dropping and leaves are starting to fall, big Disney fans will know that this can only mean one thing: Winter is on its way and so is Disney On Ice!
This year Disney On Ice is travelling the country with a chillingly (excuse the pun) magical show that is sure to give you goosebumps, and not just because of the cold. Disney On Ice celebrates Mickey and Friends presented by Feld Entertainment brings all your favourite Disney characters to life during a jam-packed show that will capture the hearts of young and old.
What can I say except “You’re welcome’ to join the adventure with Moana and Maui, discover true love with Anna and Elsa, jump in the toy box with Woody and his pals, experience the mystery of Fantasia, buckle up for an emotional roller coaster with Inside Out, travel the ocean with Dory and of course admire the dazzling outfits of all your beautiful Disney princesses Cinderella, Snow White, Jasmine, Rapunzel, Ariel and much much more.
Each year Disney On Ice entertains guests of all ages with a brand new and very spectacular performance and those who attend leave with precious memories to last a lifetime (be warned as Disney On Ice is quite addictive, once you have seen the show in all its glory you want to go back year after year!). Because the performers continuously move around on the ice all spectators get to share in the excitement no matter where they are seated, to determine your perfect spot you can view the venue map when booking your tickets online.
Your favourite Disney stars will put on their ice skates and slide onto the rink in Perth on May 31, 2019, and whirl their way past Adelaide, Wollongong, Canberra, Brisbane, Melbourne and Newcastle to make their final bow in Sydney on July 21, 2019. If you want to treat the kids to an amazing experience and be part of the Disney magic this year book your tickets now to avoid disappointment, seats are limited and shows sell out fast so be quick!
Perth – May 31 – June 3
Adelaide – June 7 – June 10
Wollongong – June 14 – June 16
Canberra – June 20 – June 23
Brisbane – June 28 – July 1
Melbourne – July 4 – July 8
Newcastle – July 12 – July 14
Sydney – July 17 – July 21