I attended the show with my parents - my mom is a huge Disney fan, as am I - and we all very much enjoyed it. The show started with Princess and the Frog, which my parents hadn't seen, but I was able to explain the gist of the plot to them.
It then moved on to Cinderella, a Disney classic, and ended with Tangled, a recent movie that may become a classic in the next few years.
The skating, of course, was phenomenal, but there were some pyrotechnics and some aerial things that were surprising and also very cool.
I was glad I got to attend Disney On Ice this year, and am looking forward to next year's performance!
There are still some shows left for Disney On Ice today, March 17th, and you can get 20% off tickets with my discount code - use the code MOM during checkout.
Showtimes: 11:00am, 3:30pm, 7:30pm.
Valid for any performance but not valid on Rinkside or VIP tickets.
See below for some pictures from the show, as well, although I apologize for the quality - I brought my regular camera but unfortunately the batteries went dead, so these are from my cell phone.
*Disclosure: I am a Feld Family Ambassador and was provided with free Disney On Ice tickets for the purpose of writing this post. The opinions expressed here, however, are my own.
|Mickey and Minnie|
|My mom and I at the show|
|The Princess and the Frog|
|Some voodoo magic during The Princess and the Frog|
|Cinderella and the castle|