Disney On Ice Worlds of Enchantment Tickets

What if you could get all of Disney’s beloved characters under one roof? From Elsa to Lots–o’–Huggin’ Bear, Disney on Ice World of Enchantment is one show that features almost all of Disney greats. And the best part about this magical show is that it’s presented to you on Ice. With your favorite Disney characters skating and dancing, this show is a definite family pleaser.

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About Disney On Ice Worlds of Enchantment

So if you’re looking to take your family out for evening full of fun, excitement and (let’s not forget) snow, then check if there are any Disney on Ice World of Enchantment tickets left.

Who Should You Expect?

A lot! Let’s start with everyone’s favorite Mickey and Minnie. The pre show allows the kids a chance to interact with the timeless characters on stage where they teach them some cool new dance moves. And it’s not long before Goofy and Donald take the stage. This of course has everyone laughing. Disney on Ice, since its beginning more than three decades ago, has a tradition of engaging their little audience members. The Disney on Ice World of Enchantment is no different. With beautiful sets, talented performers and a great storyline, this is a great opportunity for kids and parents to have fun and bond.

One of the main reasons why Disney on Ice is a fantastic family entertainer is its timeless characters. Disney has been part of the American culture for almost a century. Mickey Mouse was first introduced in 1928. If you do the math, chances are most grandparents or even great grandparents were still kids when Mickey Mouse made its first appearance in Steamboat Willie. It’s not one but three or maybe four generations who’ve enjoyed growing up with Disney and its wonderful characters as their friends.    

The Impact of Disney

Disney has had a huge cultural impact and not only on the entertainment industry. Disney movies played a vital role in business, innovation and entrepreneurial ventures. For instance all of Disney movies convey a message that shapes future generations mentalities. A little forward thinking for their time, Disney productions have always pushed the envelope in challenging accepted social norms. Take the 1998 blockbuster Mulan for example. It is the story of Fa Mulan, a girl who challenges gender norms and takes her father’s place in the army to fight the Hun invasion. Then there is Hercules. This Disney movie talks about the hero in all of us, despite of the fact what they look like. Every Disney movie has a positive empowering message that is perfect for children. 

Ask any kid what they feel about Disney movies, only one word will come up again and again – Magic! This is exactly what Walt Disney aimed for. Take any of Disney’s classics, whether it’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, which by the way paid for the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank California or Dumbo, these feature films laid the foundation of a culture of excellence and storytelling. Today many would call Pixar a pioneer in animation, however John Lasseter, one of the founders of the Pixar Studios would attribute his success to Disney’s Nine Old Men. These were Disney’s core animators who were essentially responsible for Disney’s early success.

Dream Big This Year with Disney

Coming back to Disney on Ice World of Enchantment, this show features many of Disney’s latest releases as well. You will get to see Andy and Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story (1995), Lightning McQueen from Cars (2006) and Elsa and Anna from Frozen (2013). And that’s not all, the show also features exquisitely designed sets, brilliant special effects and impressive pyrotechnics. In short, the audience will be adequately occupied for the entirety of this magical extravaganza.

Disney on Ice World of Enchantment is a great opportunity for families to come together and have wonderful holidays. If you’re looking to have a good time this New Year, get yourself some Disney on Ice World of Enchantment tickets before they sell out.

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