Reliving Childhood Memories With Your Children at Disney On Ice

This past weekend, we attended Disney on Ice, “Dream Big” in Long Beach, CA. Watching our baby girl in awe of the show brought back so many childhood memories. Seeing her giant smile gazing at the organized chaos through extremely talented and entertaining ice skaters was so cute I could’ve cried. Okay, I did! 

A fond memory I have growing up is going to see Disney on Ice. Seeing all my favorite characters come to life, ice skate, dance and sing made my jaw drop. Disney was (and still is) my all time favorite. My favorite Disney movie was The Little Mermaid. 

One time we were on a road trip and my parents left our Little Mermaid VHS (remember those??) and, because I was completely obsessed, had to go and purchase a new tape….immediately. 

All this to say, Disney is magical. It does wonders to your soul. It does wonders to your imagination.

Now back to Disney On Ice…The show begins with Tinker Bell casting her pixie-dust taking you on a journey with notable Disney characters, including Rapunzel, Belle, Jasmine, Ariel, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, Tiana, Anna, and Elsa. Oh and Olaf makes an appearance! Here are a few photos I was able to capture.

The show, in full, is two hours long, broken down into two acts, with a 15-minute intermission. It’s engaging & interactive with plenty of eye-catching effects like bubbles, snow, fire (yes….REAL fire) & fireworks. The ice skating is amazing. The Disney classic songs were fun to sing along to. The sets were beautiful and the costumes were very detailed. All ages will enjoy this show!

I highly recommend seeing Disney On Ice when it comes to a city near you. Your kids will absolutely love it, and I know YOU will too. I think I was dancing and singing more than my whole family was.

Head to their website for the show schedule and ticket info!

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2 Comments

  • Reply Jen @ MiddayMornings

    How fun! We went a few years ago with our eldest and it was like being a kid again. For me, that’s what I love about Disney: it has the magical ability to turn back the hands of time and make you laugh, cry, dance, and dream again.

    May 11, 2017 at 9:48 am
    • Reply bmcharnley

      Exactly! The exact same feelings as a child you still get. That’s just pure magic!!

      July 20, 2017 at 3:46 pm

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