Disney On Ice An Extravaganza Unlike Any Other

March 1, 2016

Disney On Ice, a series of magical touring shows produced by Feld Entertainment, has been captivating audiences since 1981. Each show is unique and features a number of highly skilled figure skaters that bring beloved Disney characters to life. They weave together characters, locations and music from a wide variety of Disney films to enthrall audiences worldwide.

To date, there have been numerous Disney On Ice shows. At any given time, there are at least eight production companies and touring shows being run by Disney On Ice. This helps them perform all over the world, including Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and all across the Americas at the same time.

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Fans from different parts of the globe are buying tickets in big numbers to be a part of the Disney On Ice extravaganza up close and personal. Keeping in view how popular these wonderful productions are, we decided to come up with a list of some of the most popular Disney On Ice shows doing the rounds.

 

Frozen (2014)

Frozen was a huge hit for Walt Disney Studios and went on to become the highest grossing animated film of all time. It therefore wasn’t surprising that it was turned into a Disney On Ice production. Having kicked off in September 2014, the show has continued to be hugely successful and is projected by many to become the most successful Disney On Ice show in history.

In addition to featuring scenes, songs, and characters from Frozen, the show features elements from:

·       The Little Mermaid

·       Tangled

·       Toy Story

·       Cinderella

·       Snow White and the Seven Dwarves

·       The Lion King

·       Finding Nemo

 

Magical Ice Festival (2012)

The Magical Ice Festival officially opened up in September 2012 and was originally called Rockin’ Ever After. Patty Vincent, the highly accomplished director and performer, was brought on to choreograph the show. In 2014, the show was renamed after the Brave elements were replaced with Frozen.

Magical Ice Festival also features stories and characters from the following films:

·       Tangled

·       Frozen

·       Cinderella

·       Beauty and the Beast

·       The Lion King

·       Pinocchio

·       The Little Mermaid

 

Treasure Trove (2011)

Treasure Trove was the new name given to the show Disney On Ice Presents: Disneyland Adventure in 2011. Follow Rapunzel and Flynn as they enter the realms of some of your favorite Disney princesses including Cinderella, Ariel, Tiana, Mulan, Jasmine, Belle, Sleeping Beauty and Snow White. They also hit the high seas with Peter Pan and the sassy little Tinker Bell. The adventure through Neverland will take you up close and personal with the scheming Captain Hook and his band of pirates. Explore the wild terrain of Africa with Simba and his pals. You will also get the chance to be a part of the ‘Circle of Life.’ And to top it all off, you’re invited to have tea with Alice and the Madhatter.

The characters and stories featured in this production are from the following movies:

·       Peter Pan

·       Cinderella

·       Toy Story

·       Snow White and the Seven Dwarves

·       Alice in Wonderland

·       Sleeping Beauty

·       The Lion King

·       Mulan

·       Tangled

·       The Lion King

·       The Little Mermaid

·       Aladdin

·       Beauty and the Beast

·       The Princess and the Frog

 

Dare to Dream (2011)

Dare to Dream is a Disney On Ice production that made its debut in 2011. It is a show that celebrates 75 years of stories about Disney Princesses. Fans will get the chance to go on a journey with two well-known and loved princesses, as well as two modern-day ones. Join Rapunzel, Tiana, Cinderella and Snow White as they head off to seek adventure.

The stories and characters featured in this show are from:

·       Tangled

·       The Princess and the Frog

·       Cinderella

·       Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

 

Let’s Celebrate! (2009)

Let’s Celebrate is a large extravaganza featuring a ton of your favorite Disney characters. The show is described as “One big colossal party on ice!” Fans are invited to celebrate a number of different holidays like a “Very Merry Unbirthday” with Alice, a winter wonderland with Mickey and Minnie, a Halloween haunt with the Pumpkin King himself, Jack Skellington, and so much more! The show also features several notable Disney Villains.

The stories and the characters featuring in this production are from the following movies:

·       Peter Pan

·       Cinderella

·       Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

·       Beauty and the Beast

·       Sleeping Beauty

·       The Nightmare Before Christmas

·       Pinocchio

·       The Jungle Book

·       The Princess and the Frog

·       Alice in Wonderland

·       The Lion King

·       101 Dalmatians

·       Lilo& Stitch

·       The Little Mermaid

·       Mulan

·       Aladdin

·       Toy Story 3

 

Worlds of Enchantment (2008)

Delve into the undersea kingdom of The Little Mermaid. Visit Arendelle, the hometown of Queen Elsa and Princess Anna, from Frozen. Take part in high speed thrills with the characters from Cars and witness your favorite toys escape from the Sunnyside Daycare. All of this excitement and more is what audiences at the Worlds of Enchantment show are in for.

The films from which characters and story lines are borrowed from for this show include:

·       Cars

·       Frozen

·       The Lion King

·       The Little Mermaid

·       Toy Story 3

 

Princesses and Heroes (2006)

This is one of the longest running Disney On Ice shows having opened in 2006. Fans can expect to see abbreviated versions of Disney classics with all of the most popular princesses and heroes. The show features incredible lighting and laser effects, and even a fire-breathing dragon brought to life with pyrotechnics!

The stories that are featured in this production include:

·       The Little Mermaid

·       Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

·       Mulan

·       Frozen

·       Cinderella

·       The Princess and the Frog

·       Aladdin

·       Sleeping Beauty

·       Tangled

·       Beauty and the Beast

·       The Lion King

 

100 Years of Magic (1999)

Another one of Disney On Ice longest running shows is 100 Years of Magic, also sometimes referred to as the All Star Parade. This show has been around for almost a decade and continues to go through overhauls; switching out characters and storylines for newer ones. Over the course of its run, over fifty different Disney characters have featured in this production.

Today, audiences can expect to join the likes of Mickey and Minnie, Donald Duck, and Goofy as they explore different elements of various Disney films. After all, they are looking for ideas on how to make a great movie!

Segments from the following films are featured in this show:

·       Toy Story

·       Aladdin

·       The Lion King

·       Pinocchio

·       The Little Mermaid

·       Finding Nemo

·       Cinderella

·       Beauty and the Beast

·       The Princess and the Frog

·       Snow White

·       The Incredibles

·       Frozen

·       Lilo& Stitch

·       Mulan

·       It’s a Small World

·       Pocahontas

·       A Bug’s Life

·       Tangled

 

Silver Anniversary Celebration (1995)

Officially the longest running touring show under the Disney On Ice banner, the Silver Anniversary Celebration initially opened in 1995 in Florida. It follows an exciting adventure undertaken by Mickey and Minnie, Donald and Daisy Duck, and Goofy. Fans get to tag along as these friends explore many of the exciting areas in which other Disney movies took place.

The following movies are featured in this show:

·       The Jungle Book

·       Frozen

·       The Lion King

·       Cinderella

·       Peter Pan

·       The Little Mermaid

·       Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

·       Lilo and Stitch

·       101 Dalmatians

 

Each Disney On Ice show is unique and exciting, featuring its own combination of your favorite Disney characters, locations, and music. Expert choreographers are brought in to ensure that fans get to watch a thrilling performance, night after night. Make sure to see Disney On Ice live when it comes to your city. You’re guaranteed to take home memories which will last you a lifetime!

 

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