Every child dreams of going to Disney World at one time or another during their childhood. And why wouldn’t they? It’s a magical place where wishes come true, a place where their favourite characters come alive and the fun never ceases to exist.

Unfortunately, with the hustle and bustle of our every day lives, not all of us can afford the cost nor the time to take our kids on an adventure to Disneyland. That is until now. This Christmas make your child’s fantasies by taking them to Disney on Ice – a performance that will take your family on a captivating journey to four magical locations, including the auto-racing terrain of Cars and a visit to Andy’s bedroom for some fun with the stars of Toy Story 3.

Catch Disney on Ice at the Rogers Centre in Toronto December 21st-30th. Photo courtesy of Disney on Ice.
Catch Disney on Ice at the Rogers Centre in Toronto December 21st-30th. Photo courtesy of Disney on Ice.

Feld Entertainment’s action-packed ice spectacular, Disney on Ice presents Worlds of Fantasy, will also delight audiences with an adventure under the sea to Ariel’s world from The Little Mermaid and then into the mystical land of Pixie Hollow for a presentation of Tinker Bell.

“To be the first to introduce the Tinker Bell story live on ice and to be entrusted with the beloved Toy Story characters is incredible, and we are thrilled to bring these heartwarming tales to families across the United States,” says producer Nicole Feld.

“The arena instantly transforms into Pixie Hollow as we show our audience how the fairies prepare for spring with an explosion of colour,” she continues. “To convey the world of the toys and create the proper toy-to-human scale, we manipulated the size of the props and costumes to make live skaters – and even the audience – seem toy size.”

The on-ice excitement begins with the ever popular Mickey Mouse as he embarks on a journey with Minnie Mouse to uncover each world of fantasy, but the plan goes awry when their cherry red roadster unexpectedly breaks down.

Courtesy of Disney on Ice.
Courtesy of Disney on Ice.

Disney on Ice is a wonderful experience every child, big and small, young and old, should partake in. I myself have never been to Disney World, so I was very excited to watch Disney on Ice when I attended over 7 years ago. It was a different show then, but it was spectacular. Now that I have children of my own, it’s an adventure I can’t wait to take my kids on, one I know they’ll both fall in love with, just as I did.

So if you’re looking for something fun and special to do with your kids this holiday season, go and experience the World of Disney with them. Disney on Ice presents Worlds of Fantasy runs December 21st through December 30th at the Rogers Centre. Ticket prices range from $25-$90.

For more information about the show or to purchase tickets, visit www.disneyonice.com.

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