Review: Disney on Ice Presents Frozen

mickeyDisney on Ice’s Frozen is my favorite show! I went once before when they came through, and it’s just an amazing show.  I love that they tell the whole story, and that you still get to see your favorite characters (Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Nemo, and the Princesses/Princes all open the show and close the show).

 

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Frozen will be at Capital One Arena (formerly the Verizon Center) until February 19th, and you can get tickets here.  There is so much fun detail put into the show- from the snow that comes on throughout the performance to the costume changes and pyrotechnics, this is an amazing way to experience the movie your kids know and love!

 

 

 

trolls The skaters are all incredibly talented- Anna and Elsa both nailed several hard jumps, Kristoff does a backflip, and the group scenes are all so fun to watch and well-executed.  It’s also lots of fun to sing along with all the songs!

icemonsterThere are a couple of mild scary moments if you have particularly sensitive or young children.  The snow monster inflates on the ice, and there are some brief moments of darkness, and flying sparks, all of which stay on the ice, but could scare very small children, or those with sensitivities.

 

Parking at Capital One Arena was $30, although you can find street parking (limited) or park at Gallery Place, as well.  Just be sure to leave time to get to your seat before the show starts- there’s nothing worse than having to make everyone miss their favorite song so they can let your family past!

The show for us ran from 7:30-9:45, which included a roughly 20 minute intermission.  Plan ahead for souvenirs- there are glow items and souvenir snow cone cups and princess pictures- so you’ll want to be ready to answer to your kids wanting something special!

 

Disclaimer: Disney on Ice provided us with complementary tickets, but all views are my own.