Worlds Of Enchantment by Disney On Ice – Review

We’ve been going to Disney On Ice shows for years and jumped at the chance to see the latest tour here in Georgia, Disney On Ice: Worlds of Enchantment.

Disney on Ice


The fun starts with the pre-show where skaters take to the ice to teach you, not to skate, but to dance.  Mickey, Minnie, Goofy and Donald also join in and gets the audience on their feet.  They also guide you through the rest of the night.

Worlds Of Enchantment takes you through an adventure with some of your favorite movies.


We start with Toy Story 3 with Andy getting ready to go to college.  The toys have to deal with the fact that Andy has gotten older and is moving on without them.  SunnySide seemed like the perfect answer but they soon learn Lotso Bear is not all cuddles or as sweet as he smells.

Disney On Ice


After we go under the sea with Ariel and her friend Flounder.  Following spotting Prince Eric from afar, Ariel will do anything to be with him; including giving the Sea Witch her voice.  But true love prevails.

Disney On Ice


The gang from Radiator Springs makes and appearance with some serious style.  They work together to help Mickey’s roadster start up again.

Disney On Ice Cars


We end our adventure with a journey to Arendelle where Elsa is about to be crowned Queen.  Anna is excited to finally have the gates opened but when her sister causes an eternal winter, she has to set off to find Elsa and bring back summer.

Disney On Ice frozen

The entire cast is amazing in this production.  From effortless looking combinations to engaging with the audience.  The kids will love having their favorite waving at them from the ice.

Many were singing along to the songs and it was heartwarming to hear the young ones get so excited with each new cast member.

If you have ever wondered if it was worth going to one of these shows, the answer is yes.  Both young and young at heart will enjoy the journey through these beloved stories.

Disney on Ice will be at the Infinite Arena from April 20-23, 2017.

Tickets range from $19 – $98.  Parking is free.

Save 20% on tickets with promo code RED17 – and click HERE

Disclaimers: Savings not valid on TAP, VIP, or Gold Circle seats. No double discounts. Additional fees may apply. 

NOTE: Costumes not permitted for guests 14 years of age or older.  Guests ages 2 and older must have a ticket.

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