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New afternoon show released for Disney On Ice Wellington

New afternoon show released for Disney On Ice Wellington

DISNEY ON ICE PRESENTS TREASURE TROVE
A Live Celebration of Disney’s Animated Gems
NEW ZEALAND TOUR 24 JULY – 17 AUGUST 2014
WELLINGTON - NEW SHOWS RELEASED!

THURSDAY, 3RD JULY 2014 – Wellington, NZ
The magical show that is Disney On Ice presents Treasure Trove opens in New Zealand in July 2014 and will take audiences on a magical journey spanning 50 years of Disney’s famous well-loved animated films. Travelling to NZ from Australia, opening in Hamilton and then travelling to Wellington, Auckland and then Christchurch through July and August.

Due to popular demand and near sold-out venues around New Zealand, new shows have just been released in Wellington and around NZ. Fans who haven’t got their tickets can still have the chance to see this exciting tour produced by Feld Entertainment. The new show to be released in Wellington is on Thursday, 31st July at 3:30pm, making it an ideal time for families before the weekend.

From the inaugural Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, to the 50th film – Tangled, this ice skating extravaganza commemorates the legacy of Disney films with an all-new medley of Disney tales that will captivate audiences.

NEW SHOWS ON SALE NOW:
Wellington –TSB Bank Arena 3:30pm, Thursday 31st July
Tickets via www.ticketek.co.nz

2014 National Tour Dates
Hamilton – Claudelands Arena 24 July – 27 July (Thu - Sun)
Wellington – TSB Bank Arena 30 July – 3 Aug (Wed - Sun)
Auckland – Vector Arena 8 Aug – 10 Aug (Fri -Sun)
Christchurch – CBS Canterbury Arena 15 – 17 Aug (Fri - Sun)

Purchase Auckland tickets through Ticketmaster: 09 970 9700 or www.ticketmaster.co.nz/disneyonice
Hamilton, Wellington & Christchurch tickets through Ticketek: 0800 TICKETEK (842 538) or www.ticketek.co.nz/disneyonice
Tickets start from just $29.50. Additional discounts apply. For more information visit www.disneyonice.co.nz

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