Disney On Ice Denver Tickets
Disney on Ice never stops to amaze. Years after years following its inception, the live ice skating spectacle continues to bring new shows to the rink, all bigger and better than before. The latest installment, Disney on Ice: World of Enchantment will start its run at the Pepsi Center from December 8 and performances are scheduled till the 11th. Plan ahead and buy Disney on Ice Denver tickets for your entire family. A fusion of color, sound and music, the show is designed to captivate and thrill audiences of all age groups. Get into the holiday spirit with your favorite Disney characters and beloved princesses.
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Disney on Ice: World of Enchantment
Disney on Ice coming to Denver is definitely an occasion for families. Enjoy the holiday season and be a part of a magical show with your Disney on Ice Denver tickets. Here’s what you can expect from the World of Enchantment.
- The entire show is divided into four parts and features the popular stories of Toy Story, The Little Mermaid, Pixar Cars and Frozen. Condensed but important portions are taken from each Disney story and through exceptional detail are presented on ice.
- The beautiful costumes, magical stage design, special effects and stunning choreography make it a mesmerizing experience. A sensory treat, the audience is treated to flurry of snow, fireworks and rush of bubbles.
- The underwater scene with The Little Mermaid is breathtaking. Ariel takes the audience deep into the sea and makes everyone a part of her adventures. Synchronistic choreography and graceful movements through the water is a sight to behold.
- All the boys in the audience get to experience the thrills and spills of the high-speed stunts by Disney Pixar’s Cars and Lightning McQueen. The booming cheers are a clear indication that it’s one of the best segments in the World of Enchantment.
- Frozen’s Elsa and Anna, and the beloved snowman Olaf are always the crowd favorites. As they perform the poignant “Let It Go”, the fans can’t help but sing along as the snowflakes fall from the sky. A perfect setting to mark the start of the holiday season.