Disney On Ice: Dare to DreamYou could feel the excitement of all the children around you as soon as you walked into Budweiser Gardens. Many were in various princess costumes waiting to get a glimpse of their favourite princess.
The show is divided into two 45 minute segments with a 15-minute intermission to help the children get their wiggles out before sitting for the second segment.
The show started with a trip into the bayou with Princess Tiana and Prince Naveen from Disney’s The Princess and the Frog, in a magical, musical journey that begins with a fateful kiss. Followed by Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and the first half of Cinderella before the intermission.
The second half finished off the story of Cinderella and then it was dedicated to Rapunzel and the story Tangled. The original character voices have been used to captivate the audience into the original story. Close attention was paid to the small details including Mother Gothels wiry hair, the shape of Rapunzel’s fry pan. I have to say of all the stories Tangled was the one I enjoyed the most.
I love how Disney on Ice doesn't compromise any of the stories when putting the stories on ice.
Tickets to Disney on Ice at Budweiser Gardens are still available for the next 3 days of performances.
There will be 7 more performances:
Friday - 10:30am and 7pm
Saturday - 11am, 3pm and 7pm
Sunday - 11am and 3pm
To learn more about Disney On Ice, visit Disney On Ice.