HOLIDAY SEASON 2014 in Toronto: DISNEY ON ICE PRESENTS TREASURE TROVE + Promo Code!
COMING TO TORONTO FROM DECEMBER 19 – 28, 2014!
Disney on ice toronto 2014 brings in its newest spectacular show Treasure Trove with Rapunzel and Flynn and nine of your favorite Disney princesses – Tiana, Cinderella, Jasmine, Ariel, Sleeping Beauty, Belle, Mulan and of course, the one who started it all, Snow White. Watch Peter Pan, the always lively Tinker Bell and Captain Hook & his pirate pals on an adventure beyond Never Land! Discover the meaning of the ‘Circle of Life’ with Simba, Nala, Pumbaa and Timon from Lion King. Alice & the Mad Hatter will also be part of the show. Be sure to see this exciting show full of memories guaranteed to last a lifetime!
There are big discounts for selected shows when using promo code TEAMAV – buy tickets from ticketmaster.ca and apply the code. Discounted tickets are for these selected shows only: December 20, 12 noon; December 21, 12 noon & 4 pm; December 23, 4 pm; December 24, 4 pm; December 25, 4 pm; December 26, 12 noon; and December 28, 4 pm.
Disney on Ice is a series of touring ice shows produced by Feld Entertainment under agreement with The Walt Disney Company. Aimed primarily at children, the shows feature figure skaters dressed as Disney cartoon characters in performances that each derive their music and plot from elements collected from various Disney films and properties; the “stars” of the show are credited as the Disney characters themselves, performing their parts in mock cameos, while the skaters performing remain anonymous. The ice show is hosted by Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Daisy Duck, Chip ‘n Dale and Pluto.
The productions began in 1981, under the name Walt Disney’s World on Ice. The name was changed to Disney on Ice in 1998. Disney on Ice runs over 8 productions and touring companies at any given time. The shows have played all over the world, including the Americas, the Middle East, and Asia, Australia and Europe. New shows debut and play two legs in North America for two years, and then head on to Japan for a third year, and Australia, England, and other parts of the world for a fourth year. They would usually then come to the U.S. for another year, and then to any other places for a sixth year.