‘Disney On Ice’ 2021: Shows, schedule, where to buy tickets, age limits


The popular “Disney on Ice” The full tour featuring iconic characters from both classic and recent Disney canon movies is back this fall and winter with a full lineup of shows.

Here is a summary of information on all the shows and where to buy tickets.

What are the 2021-22 “Disney On Ice” shows?

There are five shows this year, depending on where you live or want to see them.

“Big dream” highlights Disney Princesses such as Elsa from Frozen and Moana from Moana.

“Mickey’s Search Party” stars Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy as well as characters from coco, Toy story and The little Mermaid in an interactive adventure.

“Let’s celebrate” a Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse celebrate a number of holidays with Alice from Alice in Wonderland and no Lilo and Stitch.

“Mickey and his friends” reunites Mickey with Moana and Dory from The world of Nemo, with the Disney princesses and others.

“In the magic” starts in January 2022, so tickets are not on sale yet. The cast of the series includes Snow White, The Little Mermaid and Aladdin.

Where to buy tickets for ‘Disney On Ice’ shows

Tickets for all shows currently on sale are widely available at several locations. The official ticket partner is Ticketmaster, but you can also find places in the resale market, including StubHub, Lively seats, Ticket city and SeatGeek.

A full schedule and schedule for the entire 2021-22 season of “Disney On Ice” can also be found on one of those ticket websites above. At the time of publication, shows are slated to run through April 10, 2022.

What are the age limits for “Disney On Ice”?

According to the Disney On Ice official website, “All children two years of age and over must have a ticket. Children under two years of age are admitted free provided they are seated on the lap of a parent or guardian. However, public event laws vary nationwide from county to county, and some arenas may require all patrons, regardless of age, to have a ticket. Please contact your local arena to confirm their specific policy.


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