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Disney On Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic!

Disney On Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic!


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DISNEY ON ICE CELEBRATES 100 YEARS OF DISNEY MAGIC
NEW ZEALAND TOUR: 3 AUGUST – 12 AUGUST 2018
Tickets on sale 9am, 13th March 2018


Disney On Ice returns to New Zealand in 2018 with a magical ice skating spectacular – Disney On Ice celebrates 100 Years of Disney Magic!

Tickets will go on sale at 9am, 13 March 2018 for Disney On Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic, which premieres in Auckland in August. The 2018 tour of Disney On Ice will bring to life more than 14 timeless Disney tales including Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, Toy Story, The Lion King, Finding Nemo, Frozen and more.

Celebrate the legacy of Disney in this ice-skating spectacular as Mouse-ter of Ceremonies Mickey Mouseleads a parade of characters including Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy and an ensemble of Disney Princesses.

Be dazzled by the magic of Disney’s Frozen with Anna, Elsa and the hilarious Olaf. Sing-a-long to over 30 of your favourite Disney songs including “Let It Go!” “You’ve Got A Friend in Me,” and “Hakuna Matata.” Exciting moments from Disney Pixar’s Toy Story, Finding Nemo, Disney’s The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin and more will leave the whole family with memories that will last a lifetime.

Audiences are encouraged to arrive at the show on time to help everyone’s favourite Zootopia pals, Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde, investigate an off-ice caper to ensure Disney On Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic starts without a hitch.

Disney On Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic will open in Auckland on 3 August 2018 and travels to Christchurch until 12 August.

Tickets go on sale from 9am, Tuesday 13 March 2018 from www.DisneyOnIce.co.nz

DISNEY ON ICE – 100 YEARS OF DISNEY MAGIC
NEW ZEALAND TOUR

Auckland - Spark Arena 3 - 5 August (Fri - Sun)
Christchurch – Horncastle Arena 10 - 12 August (Fri - Sun)


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