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The Magic Returns! Win Tickets to Disney On Ice presents Into The Magic

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Ice skates at the ready! After three long years without Disney On Ice, the magic is returning to a city near you, and, trust us, the kids are going to be over the moon!

Disney On Ice presents Into The Magic is sure to be their most spectacular performance yet! Not only are our favourite Disney characters coming to a city near you, but we also happen to have tickets to give away to shows in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and Newcastle!

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mum central To win 4 x tickets to see Disney On Ice presents Into The Magic in any of these cities, simply scroll down and fill out the entry form to be in the running! The show times are as follows and each prize includes 4 tickets.

  • Brisbane: Fri 24th June, 7pm show
  • Melbourne: Fri 1st July 7pm show
  • Newcastle: Thurs 7th July, 7pm show
  • Sydney: Wed 13th July, 7pm show
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Disney on Ice presents Into the Magic

Disney on Ice presents Into the Magic features a frozen flurry of favourite characters, including hosts Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse plus some of the timeless princesses and a few of the newer Disney characters that have graced our small screens recently.

We’re talking classic princess tales such as Cinderella, Tangled, and Beauty and the Beast, as well as Coco, Moana, and of course, Frozen. I mean, you cannot have a Disney on Ice presents Into the Magic show and NOT include Frozen!

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Expect a high-sea adventure when Moana sets sail as the ice floor transforms into an Oceania scape. Kids all know and love Moana’s journey and watching it unfold on ice is an experience like no other. Wait ’til they check out Maui!

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From Motunui to the Marigold Bridge, Disney on Ice presents Into the Magic will venture into the world of Coco and the mystical Land of the Dead, retelling the story with vibrantly colourful performances and whimsical tricks.

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Then it’s into the world of Belle as she comes across an enchanted castle and meets the magical characters inside, followed by the stories of Anna and Elsa from Frozen, Rapunzel and Flynn from Tangled and Cinderella from Cinderella. It’s a whirlwind of wonder and enchantment as these performers take to the stage and showcase the grace and athleticism of ice skating.

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The magic begins in Adelaide before twirling across Australia.

Tour dates are as follows:

  • Adelaide: 10-13 June at Adelaide Entertainment Centre via Ticketek
  • Wollongong: 16-19 June at WIN Entertainment Centre via Ticketmaster
  • Brisbane: 24-27 June at Brisbane Entertainment Centre via Ticketek (new times added due to popular demand)
  • Melbourne: 30 June- 4 July at Rod Laver Arena via Ticketek
  • Newcastle: 7-10 July at Newcastle Entertainment Centre via Ticketek
  • Sydney: 13-17 July at Qudos Bank Arena via Ticketek
  • Hobart: 22 to 25 July MyState Bank Arena via Ticketek

There are a few different shows every day including morning and afternoon shows – great for families who need to plan around nap times!

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Tickets are now on sale! But be quick – these tickets tend to sell like hotcakes! And after three years without a Disney on Ice in Australia, we’re predicting these Disney on Ice presents Into the Magic shows will be more popular than ever! Tickets start at $29.50 for the 1-hour 40 minute show. Children under 23 months are admitted free provided they sit on a parent or guardian’s lap. Children over 2 years old require a ticket.  buy tickets here If you’re unsure what to expect, check out our review of Disney on Ice. It was a few years ago but it was pretty spectacular!

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Born and raised in Canada, Jenna now lives in Far North Queensland with her tribe. When the mum-of-three is not writing, you can find her floating in the pool, watching princess movies, frolicking on the beach, bouncing her baby to sleep or nagging her older kids to put on their pants.


  1. Avatar of Blossom

    Exactly, why is Perth missing out?? Do people from country areas go to the shows?
    Adelaide is lucky this time, maybe because it’s a childrens’ show. We miss out on a lot of “adult” shows

  2. Avatar of Katy

    Competition closes 11:59pm on 24 June, yet the Brisbane show selected when entering is 7pm on 24 June… how does that work??

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