Last year around this same time, I took my daughter to see Disney on Ice. It was a spur of the moment thing, since a friend of the family had discounted tickets and asked if we wanted to go.
So we went. And we watched as the performers skated around in their costumes and did lovely flips and twirls and sang. My baby girl was enjoying it for the most part even if she was a wiggly toddler.
Then, the Lion King came on. And, well, the Lion King can be kind of dark and ominous and scary. For a 2 year old anyway. Especially one who had never seen the movie and didn’t know what in the world was happening to Simba’s dad! But, she knew Simba was sad. That much she could tell.
And so my baby girl decided to be empathetic…for Simba. And she cried. And was scared.
I felt so bad for her because I had brought her here thinking it would be fun and instead she was scared! But…we made it to the end of the show and she enjoyed the Little Mermaid and Tinkerbell segments much more.
This year, she’s much less wiggly, more willing to sit and watch a show, and has been to Disney twice.
So, when I was contacted by Jennifer Bisbee and offered to attend the latest Disney on Ice show with my family, I got all excited at the opportunity to try again. And…of course…one of you gets to go and take your family as well! Just don’t stalk me and my family or anything. Ok?
Disney On Ice presents Celebrations! will be the first time audiences see Princess Tiana and Prince Naveen, live on ice, from the upcoming film, Walt Disney Pictures’ The Princess and the Frog. You’ll get to see Disney characters celebrating holidays and festivals from around the world, including:
- Halloween with the Disney Villains
- Valentine’s Day Royal Ball with the Disney Princesses
- Brazilian Carnivale parade
- Hawaiian luau party
- and a Japanese Cherry Blossom festival
I’ve been told I can give one of you four tickets for the opening night show on Friday, September 11 at 7:30 p.m in the Amway Arena.
How to Enter
- If you’d like to enter this contest, simply leave a comment below and let me know why you wish to go see Disney on Ice.
- For an extra entry, you can tweet about this contest with a link back to this post and include @modernmami in your tweet. You must leave a separate comment with a link to your tweet for your entry to count.
All entries must be in by Saturday, September 5th at 11:59 pm EST. The winner will be chosen using Random.org and will be notified via email. (Please be sure to provide a valid email address with your comment.)
You can also purchase your own tickets via www.DisneyOnIce.com.
Updated 9/14/09: Contest is closed. Winner has been chosen and show has passed.