Friday, March 1, 2013

Disney on Ice "Worlds of Fantasy"




We had a wonderful time at Disney on Ice "Worlds of Fantasy", although due to needing for my husband's flight to get in we missed the first 15 minutes of the 2 hour show, which is when Cars was featured. So, be sure to not be late if that is one that you want to see, we did catch the last minutes of them being out.

Each of the 4 groups of characters reenacted the movies in which they play, Cars, The Little Mermaid, Tinkerbell and the Disney Fairies, and Toy Story (they appeared in that order.) They had the first 3 scenes over 1 1/4 hours and then we were given a 15 minute intermission and came back for Toy Story.

Last night was the first show! So you still have 3 more days of the show to catch it! This is the first time that the "Worlds of Fantasy" show has been in the Twin Cities, so you don't want to miss this. It was truly a spectacular show that you don't want to miss with your kids.

I was given free tickets to this show in order to help promote it on my blog through a giveaway and this review afterwards. I did not receive any monetary compensation.

This will be an event that the Little Ones in your life will never forget and will enjoy so much.



EVENT:
Disney on Ice: Worlds of Fantasy

DATE:
Thursday, February 28 – Sunday, March 3

TICKETS:
$15 / $22 / $42 / $65 – Opening Night Tickets Just $10!

DETAILS:
Tickets are available at the Target Center Box Office, Ticketmaster Ticket Centers, by calling 800-745-3000 or online at www.ticketmaster.com. To charge by phone using Ticketmaster TDD/TTY, call 800-359-2525. Certain fees may apply. (Groups of 12+ can save $3 per ticket, call 612.673.1311 to get inquire.)
Don't delay! Buy tickets now to get the best seats possible! It is such a fun show. Be sure to allow time to find parking and walk through the skyway, buy snacks and souvenirs, and get back to your car after the show.

I have to mention that I bought popcorn from a show vendor and I was impressed with how fast he worked making change and getting everyone their items.

If you are trying to budget how much money to bring for souvenir & snack items, they sell large Mickey lollipops for $5 (cheapest item I saw) and $15 for a light up cup with a snow cone in it and all the other combo souvenir/food items are somewhere in between. They also sell a variety of toys. And there are some of the Target Center concessions open as well. And don't forget to budget for parking fees.

1 comment:

Jen said...

We had SOOOO much fun as well! What a great show :) Our 3 boys loved the CARS and TOY STORY the best, and I'm a huge fan of The Little Mermaid so that was my favorite. I agree that any seat on the lower level would be great. THANK YOU so much for our FREE tickets!