Frozen is jumping off of the screen and it’s getting even colder. That’s right. Disney on Ice Presents Frozen is coming to audiences across Australia this summer.
So, you say your child has “Let It Go” on a constantly streaming loop? And, maybe she spends 20 hours a day dressed up like Elsa (the other 4 hours she’s playing the role of Anna – because who needs sleep anyway?). Well, you’re about to be in luck. Major luck!
It’s been 30 years since the Feld Entertainment first brought Australia one of their ice show tours. As a celebration of this anniversary, they’re bringing kids (and adults too!) Disney on Ice presents Frozen.
Your child’s favourite characters from the big screen (Anna, Elsa and Olaf) will join their new friends Grand Pabbie and the Trolls and the Marshmallows, for the telling of the full movie story. Along with the Frozen friends, Mickey and Minnie will host this fantastically fab show.
Don’t expect to see a boring ol’ ice arena here. No way. Disney on Ice presents Frozen is set in the wintery world of Arendelle. Not only does the show feature one of your child’s most-loved movie stories, but it also includes world-class ice skating and spectacular special effects. Basically, you can expect your child to be wowed from start to finish.
When does this magical experience start?
Well, your kiddo will have to wait a few months before she can feast her eyes on the icy awesomeness of Frozen. The Australian tour runs from 2 June 2017 through 17 July 2017, but tickets go on sale much sooner.
Ticket sales start at 9am on Wednesday 22 February 2017.
Disney on Ice presents Frozen 2017 National Tour Dates:
- Perth: Perth Arena, 2–5 June (Friday through Monday)
- Adelaide: Adelaide Entertainment Centre, 9–12 June (Friday to Monday)
- Wollongong: WIN Entertainment Centre, 15–18 June (Thursday to Sunday)
- Newcastle: Newcastle Entertainment Centre, 22–25 June (Thursday to Sunday)
- Brisbane: Brisbane Entertainment Centre, 29 June–2 July (Thursday to Sunday)
- Melbourne: Hisense Arena, 5–9 July (Wednesday to Sunday)
- Sydney: Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney Olympic Park, 12–17 July (Wednesday to Monday)