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We were all engines go to see Disney On Ice presents Worlds of Enchantment at the Royal Farms Arena. The show included some of our favorite characters that we hadn’t had a chance to see at other Disney on Ice performances as well as some ice skating regulars! Mickey and the gang introduce our show and make appearances throughout the performance! We enjoyed dancing and singing along with the characters from Toy Story, The Little Mermaid, Disney Pixar’s Cars, and Frozen!
Toy Story kicked off the performance with Andy saying goodbye to his beloved toys. We were able to watch Andy, Buzz, Slinky Dog and entire gang go to the Sunnyside Daycare and work to escape from the daycare’s antagonist, Lotso. There was a good variety of music and laughs to be had by both children and adults in this story line as Barbie plays Lotso’s second in command, Ken, in order to get free from Sunnyside! The Toy Story performance is the most in-depth and longest of the show!
My daughter was ready to jump undersea with Ariel, Sebastian and the gang when the Little Mermaid began! The performance focused on the portion of the film where Ariel lost her voice to Ursula though she quickly earns the love of Eric! The costumes and details of Disney are always second to none and they do not disappoint in these underwater scenes! Ursula and her moray eels do make a quick appearance which could be a little scary for the smallest Disney fans!
Who else would be able to help fix Mickey’s car better than Mater, Lightening McQueen and the crew? The large characters screeching along the ice was a highlight for my Cars enthusiast! The Cars portion of the show, though advertised as a headline, was the shortest of the acts. The characters work to fix Mickey’s car (Mickey is not on stage when they are working on the car) though there is no storyline from the movie similar to the other performances. We would have loved to see more of our all-time favorite movie and expanded group of Cars characters!
Nothing screams ice fun like Frozen! We spend some time in Arendelle before the show ends. The crowds came alive singing with “For the First Time in Forever” and “Let it Go” as there were many Anna and Elsa fans on hand. As Frozen fever continues stronger than ever, Frozen does make an appearance in many of the Disney on Ice shows. Though we love to sing along with everyone’s favorite sisters and Olaf, this portion of the performance will be familiar if you have been to other recent Disney on Ice shows.
Disney on Ice is an affordable Disney experience that celebrates the stories my kids love so much, but it also exposes them to the art and skill of figure skating and live performances. Watching their eyes grow wide as they see their beloved characters take the ice are memories that last a lifetime!
Disney on Ice presents Worlds of Enchantment is playing now through February 10th at Royal Farms Arena located at 201 W. Baltimore St., Baltimore, Maryland. The tour continues as it heads to the Capital One Arena February 14-18th! Check out the entire tour here!
Tickets start at $20.
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