I was provided with free tickets to facilitate this review. All opinions are my own and may differ from yours.
Disney on Ice
If you haven’t been to Disney on Ice Follow Your Heart at The Q yet, there’s still time! In fact, tickets for January 12th’s show will help support Shoes and Clothes for Kids! A dollar from every ticket sold will be donated back by Feld Entertainment. I love that!
Here is a list of the showtimes still available:
- Thursday, Jan. 12- 7PM
- Friday, Jan. 13- 7PM
- Saturday, Jan. 14- 11AM/3PM/7PM
- Sunday, Jan. 15- 11AM/3PM/7PM
You’ve got plenty of opportunities to still see this amazing show! You can see what seats are available and buy your tickets here: http://www.theqarena.com/events/detail/doi-170106-15
Everyone I’ve talked to who has gone has loved it! I ran into a couple of people I knew before the show we went to, and I heard from a friend who attended an earlier show as well. They couldn’t believe how great it was, and all said it was the best yet!
The show begins with Riley and her many emotions: Joy, Sadness, Fear, Disgust, and Anger. Riley’s hockey practice is not going as well as she’d like, so her emotions get involved trying to help her.
Then all of the wonderful princesses got to have their turns on the ice.
They are such beautiful skaters and you will be amazed at Ariel and Rapunzel with their acrobatic flying skills!
Finding Dory, Toy Story and Frozen
After a brief intermission, you’ll see a bit of Dory’s adventure to find her parents. Jessie, Woody and Buzz make appearances during the second half as well.
And then Elsa, Anna, Olaf and the Frozen cast come on and the little girls sing every song. It was adorable. Of course, I sang along too!
If you are close to any of the cities where Disney on Ice is performing, you’ve got to get there! And if you live in the NE Ohio area, be sure to get your tickets for Disney on Ice Follow Your Heart before it is too late!