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Disney on Ice Frozen on Ice Review 6

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The following is a full Fairytale Traveler experience, our first hand take on the Disney on Ice Frozen on Ice review. While we were given four complimentary tickets to this event, it in no way shaped our opinion of this review. 


Disney on Ice Frozen on Ice Review 6


Everyone is talking about the all new Disney on Ice Frozen on Ice. I mean how could they not, after all Frozen IS the number one selling animated movie of all time. According to Hollywood Reporter,


Disney’s Oscar-winning Frozen has become the top-grossing animated film of all time, surpassing the $1.063 billion earned by fellow Disney/Pixar titleToy Story 3.


Frozen now occupies the No. 10 spot on the list of the biggest global blockbusters and is the first billion-dollar title from Disney Animation Studios, as well as the seventh from Disney. It has earned $398.4 million domestically and $674 million internationally for a total $1.072 billion.


Olaf Frozen on Ice
Disney on Ice


Yeah so it’s kind of a big deal. And man, did Feld Entertainment bring that big deal to the ice. Holy cow! I mean, admittedly, I’m not a Disney mom. I love Disney, grew up with Disney, but Disney moms are in a whole category on their own. They take this stuff to the next level.


Me, I’m just happy to be around fairy tales. So, when we were invited to Disney on Ice Frozen on Ice I was like, “sure I’ll go, it’s free and I’m here so sure.” Man did I underestimate this one… much like I did with Feld’s Marvel Universe Live (which was flippin awesome by the way).


Disney on Ice Frozen on Ice Review 6


Disney on Ice Frozen on Ice Review


As soon as we walked in we were getting pumped. The set and lights were so… icey! Now most people probably wouldn’t think to take their six-year old boy to this but don’t be fooled… The Little knows all the words to Frozen and wouldn’t (and didn’t) hesitate to belt them out in full theatrical form.


The opening act started with a tribute to Disney on Ice. It was pretty cool seeing all the characters for Disney skate out onto the ice. There were a lot of oohs and aaahs as Disney Princesses and their princes danced in flawless harmony. Then of course you had Mickey and Minnie which is always a crowd pleaser, but then all the other Disney characters were there too. Still this was a mere taste of what was to come.


Kristoff and Sven Frozen on Ice


Do You Wanna Build a Snowman


Okay, so picture yourself surrounded by an ice hockey arena of little girls and boys when this song came on… OMG, cutest thing EVER! I don’t know what I enjoyed more, seeing all the little Annas and Elsas in the audience singing along or seeing the performers. Either way, this act was awesome as Anna and Elsa skated through their opening scene of Frozen as little girls.


Elsa and anna Frozen on Ice


From here the show continued almost play for play as it does in the movie with the Coronation, Anna meeting her flaky new boyfriend, Elsa running away, the Snow Monster, the rock trolls, the freezing of Anna’s heart and the saving of Arendelle and Anna from true love. Here are my favorite highlights:


Disney on Ice Frozen on Ice Review 6


The Coronation


Very colorful and with lots of skaters. There was a lot of artistic skating here and choreography. The costumes were amazing (and are throughout the entire show).


Elsa Running Away


This was cool because they used pyrotechnics and smoke (maybe dry ice) and snow machines to simulate Elsa’s magic. Elsa’s dress of course was AMAZE!


Frozen Snow Monster


The Snow Monster


When he came out of nowhere I was so stoked! I mean this thing was HUGE! I’m so glad I actually got a photo of it, see how big he is next to Anna!


Disney on Ice Frozen on Ice Review 6


The Rock Trolls


Okay, I almost melted when they came out. How cool to see the trolls dancing around on skates and the costumes (again I know) flawless.


Anna’s Frozen Heart


This was pretty cool, I don’t want to spoil it but it definitely was a creative touch since you can’t actually freeze someone in real life.


Disney on Ice Frozen on Ice Review 6


The Music


It’s all there. Every song you’ve heard countless times echoing from the bathtub… it’s all there. Except now you have a bunch of kids singing along ha! Here’s some of the songs you’ll hear at Frozen on Ice: Let it Go, Do You Want to Build a Snowman, and Fixer Upper.


Not My Favorite


The pricing of merchandise. I still think it’s too high. I know the licensing is not cheap but yeesh… Also it would have been cool to have a VIP experience offered to customers for a certain price. I’d much rather spend money on my kid doing a special meet and greet maybe in a room where kids can make crafts or get hot chocolate… some kind of room set up like Arendelle, then paying a ton of money on sippy cups and T shirts… but that’s me.


Disney on Ice Frozen on Ice Review 6


In Summary


In summary of our Disney on Ice Frozen on Ice review, we absolutely LOVED it and would totally go back and see it again and again. The opening act is a roundup of all the Disney characters and is pretty cool but has nothing to do with the Frozen performance.


Olaf Frozen on ice


Familiar characters seen on the ice are Anna, Elsa, and Kristoff, whom are all regulars at Disney Theme Parks, but Disney on Ice brought the big guns, introducing Olaf, Sven, Hans, the Duke, the trolls and the Snow Monster! The costuming was insanely well done and the acts were creatively thought out and choreographed almost scene for scene.


Not one kid in that place left with less magic in their hearts than they arrived with and that’s what it’s all about. Well done Feld!

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Christa Thompson

Christa Thompson is the Founder and Chief Editor of The Fairytale Traveler. She started traveling the world in 2003 when she attended a summer abroad study at the University of Cambridge in England. Since then, her wanderlust has been fierce. Her three passions in life are her son, traveling, and being creative. The Fairytale Traveler brand gives Christa the opportunity to do all of these things and to live intentionally every day. "It's never too late to believe in what you love and to pursue your dreams." -Christa Thompson

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