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Disney on Ice presents Passport to Adventure Review

Disney on Ice presents Passport to Adventure Review

Disney on Ice presents Passport to Adventure Review

Disney on Ice presents Passport to Adventure Review

I was able to take my family to the Disney on Ice Passport to Adventure show at Energy Solutions Arena and it was something my kids looked forward to everyday for weeks! When we got there the atmosphere was buzzing and you could just feel the excitement in the air. There were plenty of souvenir stands and even places to get your picture taken with Minnie and mickey! The amazing full color programs are only $5 so be sure to bring some spending money.

Disney on Ice presents Passport to Adventure Review
We took our seats right as the show was starting and right away Mickey, Minnie, Donald, and Daisy captured my kids’ attention. I love that they came out and introduced the show at the beginning as well as between each new “stop” on their adventure.

Disney on Ice presents Passport to Adventure Review

It started with The Lion King. The costumes were spectacular – and you got to see Rafiki as well as Timon and Pumbaa. They music and the skating were amazing but they also had “voices” (which were recorded) that told the story. It really compacts the story and hits on all the important parts – and each section lasted around 20-30 minutes I think.

Disney on Ice presents Passport to Adventure Review

Next up was The Little Mermaid. Ariel, Flounder, Sebastian, Prince Eric, Ursula and her eels, and several other fun characters (even the sisters) all made this part of the show unforgettable. The props (they even had a giant Ursula at the end) and the skating were amazing. There is a mezzanine that they used for each section through out the whole show, and this added a lot of depth and character to the show.

Disney on Ice presents Passport to Adventure Review

Once Prince Eric saved Ariel from Ursula, we got to watch Lilo and Stitch! They did such a great job telling the story and hit on all the best parts of the movie. They had a lot of the aliens in costumes as well as Lilo, Stitch, Nani, David and other islanders (like the dance teacher and girls from the beginning of the film). Again the props and costumes were great and we really loved this part!

Disney on Ice presents Passport to Adventure Review

After these three sections, there was a short intermission and then they continued with the show. The whole second half is Peter Pan. My kids loved this! There were so many high quality props (like the ship, the huge crocodile and the little one) the way the characters really flew, the singing and skating all combined to make it amazing.

Disney on Ice presents Passport to Adventure Review

Disney on Ice Passport to Adventure is a great show and your kids will love it from beginning to end. It takes four of Disney’s best loved stories and turns them into lifelike renditions on the ice.

WHEN:                 

  • Wednesday, November 6            7:00PM
  • Thursday,  November 7                 7:00PM
  • Friday,  November 8                       4:00PM & 7:30PM
  • Saturday, November 9                  11:30AM, 3:00PM & 6:30PM
  • Sunday, November 10                   1:00PM & 4:30PM

WHERE:

  • EnergySolutions Arena – 301 West South Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84101

TICKETS:

  • Ticket prices range from $20, $25, $37 (VIP) and $50 (Rinkside).
  • All seats are reserved; tickets are available at the EnergySolutions Box Office, select Smith’s Grocery locations, charge by phone at 801-355-SEAT or 800-888-TIXX and online at www.smithstix.com  or www.energysolutionsarena.com.

We were provided tickets to go to the show as well as giveaway on our site in exchange for posts and a review. All opinions are 100% my own and this did not affect them in any way. We only recommend products or services that we believe will be beneficial to our readers.

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Tim Wells

Monday 11th of November 2013

My family got to catch a showing of Disney on Ice, last year, and the kids had a blast. We would definitely go again!

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