Lights, camera, action! Goofy and Donald want to make a movie, but they have no idea what it should be about! But no worries, Mickey and Minnie are there to help. By taking a look through 100 years of magic with Disney movies from Snow White to Frozen and Mulan to Lion King, Donald and Goofy learn what makes great movies.
Our family had a great time at Disney on Ice: 100 Years of Magic. We had great seats where our oldest had plenty of room to stand and scream/sing to all her favorite songs. She was super excited to see all her favorite princesses, especially the Frozen performance. The entire building was echoing with little kid voices singing away to “Let It Go!”
The performance itself was fabulous. The skaters were extremely talented with lifts and twirls throughout the entire night. The characters they brought out were wonderfully dressed. There were great special effects such as pyrotechnics, a HUGE Crush The Turtle, and snow falling.
The show was great for all ages and genders. There were almost no villains so little ones would enjoy the entire show. Every act had something for boys and girls alike. If you have a boy who doesn’t like princesses, there were plenty of other characters such as Alladin, the Genie, Woody, Buzz Lightyear, etc. to keep him enthralled.
We splurged and bought our daughter and her friend each a light up toy and a program. As with any event like this, make sure you prepare ahead for finances if you want to get a toy or food item.
The programs were wonderful! I would definitely recommend getting one as it is also an awesome souvenir.
Our family loves anything Disney. We have been on a Disney Cruise, own a Disney TimeShare, and have spent time in the theme parks of Disney World. This show was right up to par with everything Disney. Disney never fails to put on a wonderful show!
There is still time to see this amazing show! Showtimes this weekend are:
Saturday, Sep 26, 2015 at 11:00 AM
Saturday, Sep 26, 2015 at 3:00 PM
Saturday, Sep 26, 2015 at 7:00 PM
Sunday, Sep 27, 2015 at 1:00 PM
Sunday, Sep 27, 2015 at 5:00 PM
Tickets start at $20 (Facility fee $3.50). Additional fees may apply. Snag your tickets here!