**I received tickets free of charge in order to do an honest review. No other compensation was received and my thoughts are 100% my own.**
Last night I had the opportunity to take my daughter to see Disney on Ice presents Passport to Adventure. This was her first time and I was a little nervous how she would be since she just barely turned 2. She was really excited though, Little Mermaid and Frozen are her favorite movies to watch. She is a big fan of Elsa and Ariel. My husband ended up not being able to go, so instead of taking my 3 kids by myself, I left my boys home and took my sister and niece. Our little girls are great friends and I love that they dressed up as Elsa and Anna for the show!
The show started off with Mickey and friends coming out to talk about the adventures they were about to take. Then there was a little number of “It’s a Small World” which the girls loved.
Next up was Lion King. My daughter has seen this a few times, so at least she was familiar with it and it did capture her attention. I love that it’s basically a condensed version of the movie. They sang a lot of the hit songs and the ice skating was beautiful.
After that, Mickey and Friends were off to London where the story of Peter Pan played out.
This is a show my daughter has not seen, so she ended up getting antsy so we had to slip out for a sno cone, but after that she was good. My niece was glued to the show the entire time! She’s 3, so I think she was at the perfect age and she was entranced with the show.
After a brief intermission, our favorite shows came out! First up was Little Mermaid. It was fun to see how they really brought the characters to life with the costumes, singing, and lighting.
Finally, it was time for Frozen. You could tell this was what the whole audience was waiting for. Everyone was cheering when Elsa came out onto the floor. The scenery was amazing and it was really cool how they were able to make it “snow” and it really made you feel like you were transported to Arendelle.
The show was amazing and my daughter absolutely loved it. I’m so grateful we were able to make some fantastic memories. Disney on Ice is still in town in Salt Lake City and will be here until November 13th.
WHEN: Thursday, November 10 – Sunday, November 13
Thursday, Nov. 10 7:00 PM
Friday, Nov. 11 7:00 PM
Saturday, Nov. 12 11:30 AM, 3:30 PM & 7:00 PM
Sunday, Nov. 13 1:00 PM & 4:30 PM
WHERE: Vivint Smart Home Arena
301 West South Temple Salt Lake City, UT, USA, 84101
TICKETS: Ticket prices start at just $20!
Special Opening Night discount tickets available for only $15 each (not valid for VIP/Front Row levels)
All seats are reserved; tickets are available for purchase online at AXS.com, charge by phone at 800-888-TIXX or visit the Vivint Smart Home Arena Box Office.
*tickets prices are subject to change; additional venue/ticketing fees may apply
Tickets for Disney On Ice presents Passport To Adventure, along with the full line up of Disney On Ice productions for the 2016-2017 season, go on sale October 11, 2016. Visit http://presale.disneyonice.com for the shows and dates coming to your hometown.
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