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GIVEAWAY: Disney On Ice 2019 – Mickey and Friends

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Disney on Ice has released its 2019 tour dates!

My girls and I went to last year’s show and we had such a fun time! The show was just amazing — the sets, the skating, the music! What I love about these events is how the adults enjoy the show just as much as the kids. This year’s show centres on Mickey Mouse and friends, plus features Moana for the first time. 

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Tom Williams, Disney Dad and Australian media personality has been confirmed as Disney On Ice Ambassador for 2019 – becoming the first father to take on the role in Australia.

“I’m thrilled to be the ambassador for the 2019 Disney On Ice tour. My wife Rachel and I will be able to share our childhood Disney memories with our girls, Storm and Sloane” says Tom.

“I have such vivid memories of these stories from my own childhood and even now as a dad! Disney stories have the unique ability to remain magical for people of all ages and introduce us to characters that teach us important values. I personally identify with Goofy because I love making people laugh.”

About the 2019 Show – Disney On Ice celebrates Mickey and Friends

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This year, the show is about going on a journey, visiting new worlds and discovering the stories of the characters along the way. Mickey Mouse is joined by Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy on a journey to discover his favourite memory of all time. Using Mickey’s “Mouse Pad”, show hosts encourage fans to be part of the action and help the gang venture though Disney stories, sharing memorable moments from treasured tales. 

Disney on Ice - Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse

Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse

For the first time, Moana makes an appearance, as she displays courage to save her island on a high-seas adventure with Maui. Families will voyage to the wintry world of Arendelle with royal sisters Anna and Elsa, and experience the mysterious magic of Fantasia. Dory and Nemo make an appearance, along with the crew from Inside Out, Toy Story and more.

Disney on Ice - I am Moana

Disney on Ice - Frozen - Elsa

Disney on Ice - Frozen - Let it Go

Dory finds her family with help from friends along the way - Disney on Ice

Disney on Ice - Woody, Buzz Lightyear and Jessie

Produced by Feld Entertainment, Disney On Ice celebrates Mickey and Friends commemorates 90 years of Mickey Mouse and honours Walt Disney’s legacy by bringing acclaimed stories to life on the ice.

Book tickets at  www.Ticketek.com.au/DisneyOnIce.

Here’s a sneak peek.

Tour Dates

Opening on Friday 31 May in Perth, the show will travel to Adelaide, Canberra, Brisbane, Melbourne, Newcastle and finish in Sydney on 21 July. Due to the high demand, there have been additional shows added in each city. Find all the dates and book tickets at www.Ticketek.com.au/DisneyOnIce. Below is a snapshot of the tour dates:

disney on ice 2019 tour dates

I’m from Brisbane, and there’s been an extra show added here too. Held at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre, there are 11 shows; find more details about the venue and shows here.

BRISBANE
Fri 28 June                            11am                     2:30pm (NEW SHOW)       7pm
Sat 29 June                          10am                     1:30pm                                          5:30pm
Sun 30 June                         10am                     1:30pm                                          5:30pm
Mon 1 July                            11am                      2:30pm

Tips

  • Arrive in plenty of time so you don’t have to rush. There is plenty of parking at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre and there are attendants to guide. 
  • It’s fun to dress up. The kids can wear their favourite Disney costume, or pick up some cute accessories at the venue before the show starts.
  • Enjoy the lead up in the weeks before the event. Pull out your favourite Disney movies, play with the Disney Words by Woolies (I have heaps of ideas here) or check out some of the behind the scenes videos with the kids, like this feature on the Disney On Ice ice-skaters
  • Take note of where the bathrooms are when you arrive incase the child/ren need to use the facilities. 
  • Bring a few clothing layer options. We didn’t find it cold, but it’s a good idea to have some options so everyone feels comfortable. 

Giveaway – Brissy Families

GIVEAWAY ENDED AND THE WINNER HAS BEEN EMAILED

Win 4 A-Reserve tickets to see Disney On Ice celebrates Mickey and Friends in BRISBANE (Friday June 28th at 2:30pm) plus an awesome Disney On Ice merch bag. Simply answer this question in the comments below:

What is your child’s favourite Disney memory, and why?

Giveaway will run from 6 May 2019 and closes at 12 AM on Monday, 20 May 2019. Please read the full terms and conditions here.

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48 Comments

  • Reply
    Naysie
    May 7, 2019 at 8:43 pm

    My daughter has always LOVED Frozen, so we took them two years ago to see DOI when Frozen had first been added. I think that is her fave Disney moment, I think mine is secretly watching her sing and act along everytime she put it on.
    She still loves Frozen but moved onto Moana.

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      Isabelle Sutherland
      May 20, 2019 at 9:00 pm

      Both my girls love frozen and we’re over the moon when we spoiled them with Disney in ice tickets to see frozen 2 yrs ago. We were near the back so tickets up close would be absolutely amazing and memorable!

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    Melanie Clancy
    May 7, 2019 at 9:40 pm

    When my daughter was 3 we went to meet the princesses as a surprise. She wasn’t really sure what was happening but when she turned the corner and saw Princess Aurora….she couldn’t help but squeal and ran towards her “princess aurora, princess aurora”. The pure delight on her face will be one I will never forget.

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    Amanda Allport
    May 7, 2019 at 9:46 pm

    My little twin girls ? are in love with Frozen and Tangled, one loves to dress up like Elsa or Rupunzel and play the roll of the princess, the other loves to play the super hero and rescue her lol ? I love watching their roll play and personally shine through.

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    Narelle Kerr
    May 7, 2019 at 9:56 pm

    My son loves Frozen and when watching the movie he likes to wear on of costumes (Elsa or Anna) and shoots ice out of his hands. It is such a bit to watch.

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    Lisa
    May 7, 2019 at 9:58 pm

    For her birrhdsy last year my daighter got tickets to see Disney on Ice and to this day she still talks about Else’s castle, marches around the house saying march to the beat like Mickey and Minnie started the show and she was in awe when the of princesses and princes came out ice skating. That night she even told her grandoarenrs about pumba going through timons legs.

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    Michelle Hensel
    May 7, 2019 at 10:01 pm

    My daughter just turned 2.5. She used to love Moana but after playing frozen she was hooked and watched it everyday. She started daycare at 2 and had terrible separation anxiety and cried so much when I left. One day she wanted to wear her Elsa dress to daycare and she didn’t cry at all and had the best day. She loved being referred to as Elsa and saying Elsa can do anything. It was like the dress transformed her into Elsa.

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    Peta Hawkey
    May 7, 2019 at 10:04 pm

    One of my daughters favourite Disney memories is Mulan because it shows that girls can do anything they put their mind too. That women can be independent of a man and be just as successful in life.

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    Novi Ong
    May 7, 2019 at 10:08 pm

    My daughter just turned 3yo yesterday and we had a Frozen themed small celebration for her at home. She’s been trying to sing And dance along Let it go for weeks. She loves Elsa because her friend at Sunday school is a big fan, wearing Elsa dress and singing the song with her! She’s also got excited whenever she sees anything with Minnie Mouse and Moana!
    My other child- 7yo boy loves buzz light year & woody from toy story, he can’t wait to see toy story 4, too! He loves them because they have good friendships and buzz has cool gear.

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    Amber L Greene
    May 7, 2019 at 10:13 pm

    It’s definitely 6 year old Jack singing along to Maui/The Rock singing ‘You’re Welcome’. He knows ALL the words, and has accompanying actions to boot. It’s hilarious!

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    Stacey Marie (Hodges)
    May 7, 2019 at 10:52 pm

    This would be the Disney movie Rapunzel where Flynn Ryder (Eugene) takes Rapunzel to see the floating lanterns – and it’s in this moment surrounded by hope, light and beauty they realise their love for each other
    This moment is forever etched into both my daughters hearts and will forever be a cherished childhood memory x

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    Summer Hinaki-McDade
    May 7, 2019 at 10:58 pm

    Both our boys have always been mad fans of CARS. They loved the different types of cars, old & modern. Cars had them laughing, quoting lines and enjoying the friendship between Lightning & Mater.

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    diana cosentino
    May 7, 2019 at 11:11 pm

    Howe do I enter the Disney competition , I cannot access the page , wont let me connect to it?

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    Michelle fay
    May 8, 2019 at 12:27 am

    When I pulled my own Disney videos out each Sunday and we all watched an hour of Disneyland like I did as a child, they absolutely love it and look forward to Sunday

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    Sharna Low
    May 8, 2019 at 4:11 am

    Definitely Moana. All the songs are so catchy we all can’t help but sing along together. We actually purchased the Moana CD & DVD, this made our long car trips a much happier place singing along together.

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    Ma Daniels
    May 8, 2019 at 6:10 am

    We really enjoy Mona, confident, strong, smart girl who knows what she want and not afraid to achieve her goals. Love the songs the beautiful real life scenery Disney you have out done yourself.

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    Sally Baker
    May 8, 2019 at 6:34 am

    The most watched Disney movie in my house is Frozen! My 5 year old absolutely loves it and says that it reminds her of herself and her old (teenage) sister who always prefers to be in her room.

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    adrienne Harries
    May 8, 2019 at 6:50 am

    Favourite Disney moment was Frozen movie
    Sings along its cute to see
    Loves the characters and watches whenever she can
    wants to be Elsa that’s her plan

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    Mel Whippy
    May 8, 2019 at 9:33 am

    Frozen was the biggest Disney hit with our 3 munchkins, 1 girl and 2 boys. Before they started school they would spend their day dressing up and singing all the hit songs. We still enjoy watching all the short movies we would take. One movie in particular was of my 3 year boy singing a solo of ‘Let it Go’. Disney movies are the best!!

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    Michelle Kennedy
    May 8, 2019 at 9:35 am

    My girls (12 and 7 years) loved the Tangled, Frozen and Moana movies. My 7 year old has dressed up as Elsa and Moana for book week at school over the years too. I think the songs are brilliant and the storylines are fantastic. They loved singing along to Let it Go from Frozen!

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    Tiffany Gunn
    May 8, 2019 at 9:41 am

    My 2 y/o son loves The Cars movie. He has a little story about Mater and he absolutely loves that book. He has gotten us to read that story every night before bed. The book is only made of paper and he loves it. Even if it gets ripped and he’s pulled it away from his baby sister the book has been mended with a ton of sticky tape and she still loves it. He knows the story forwards and backwards and it’s helping him to recognise letters and words too. It’s amazing to see my baby boy loving books and wanting to “read”.

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    Donna Bennett
    May 8, 2019 at 10:23 am

    My son adores Mickey Mouse since visiting Disneyland. Every time he sees Mickey he literally jumps for joy. He is somehow mesmerised by this loving and adorable character that has most certainly stood the test of time and entertained kids for decades and I’m sure many more decades to come!!

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    Kathryn Radford
    May 8, 2019 at 10:32 am

    We visited Disneyland last year with our then 4 and 6 year old daughters who’s dreams came true when they met the real life Belle and Ariel their favourite princesses – they are 100% convinced they are the real princesses from the movies ?

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    Kristen Thams
    May 8, 2019 at 2:03 pm

    I will always treasure the memory of hiring a small catamaran on holiday, only to find our two daughters were absolutely terrified to be aboard… Until we reminded them of Moana. Within 10 minutes they were helping us to steer. By the end we were all laughing, wind in our hair and sea spray in our faces and the littlest (3) singing “How Far I’ll Go”.

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    Kerrianne Sheppard
    May 8, 2019 at 5:06 pm

    We saved for 2 years to take our 4 children to Disneyland at the end of last year. My Miss 4 had talked for weeks about seeing Minnie Mouse. Well you can imagine what actually happened when we saw her …… absolute frozen silence! She snuggled into me and wouldn’t even give poor Minnie a smile. Thankfully we have lots of photos and can look and them and remind her of how excited she was (and it’s ok to be a little shy).

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    Charlene
    May 8, 2019 at 5:33 pm

    Our eldest daughter was a huge Mickey and Minnie Clubhouse fan as a toddler. Her imaginary friend was named, Goofy and all day everyday we’d hear her invite ‘Goof’ to sit at the table and into the car. We always had a chuckle when she exclaimed, ‘Oh Goof’, when he had obviously done something particularly goofy. At nearly 10 now she smiles knowlingly whenever we remind her of her past friend. It’s a lovely Disney related memory for us.

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    Kerrie Turner
    May 8, 2019 at 7:52 pm

    My eldest daughter Eloise absolutely loves the scene from The Lion King when Rafiki raises Simba, the cub, up for all the animals to see and honor him . We have often had to reenact this scene, many times, during play. Also most visitors have been asked to participate, as other animals, and cheer when Simba is raised!

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    Julie Helgeson
    May 8, 2019 at 9:36 pm

    My niece Abigail loves frozen right now and she would love to see this show. She’s only 4 but lives to sing Elsa’s song let it go just like my daughter did when she was little. They live near Brisbane and it would be awesome fir her to win.

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    Jessica Pasfield
    May 9, 2019 at 1:27 pm

    My 3 year old daughters excitement and wonder of her first Disney experience when she fell in love with finding dory. Then when it continued with Frozen and others. I cannot Wait to share the magic of my favourites with her as she gets older such as the lion king ?

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    Melanie Smith
    May 9, 2019 at 5:20 pm

    An interview with my 6 year old daughter, Zoe :
    Me: What is your favourite Disney song:
    Z: Umm…I like ‘Let it Go’. I like Moana songs too, oh and the ‘King Lion’ songs (her way of saying it!) and I really really like Ariel, and the bit where Ariel sings in the cave.
    Me: Why do you like those songs?
    Z: I like dancing to them, and singing to them!
    Me: What is the best thing you remember about your favourite songs?
    Z: Singing them!
    Me: Where did we sing them?
    Z: In the car on the way to school!
    Me: What did you like about singing on your way to school?
    Z: That it was fun!

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    Diana
    May 9, 2019 at 8:35 pm

    My daughters best Disney film was Beauty and the Beast , she loves it so much that she has a bedspread , clothes, toys and other accessories including reading and colouring in books .

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    Tea Poulsen
    May 11, 2019 at 6:40 pm

    I just asked my 10 year old daughter and she says its still Frozen even after all the other ones she seen now 😉
    I love one of the tv channels at the moment show some of the old original Disney movies – last night we watched Cinderella – the original from 1950 and we all loved it incl my 9 year old son 🙂
    Would love to watch Disney on Ice

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    Natasha
    May 15, 2019 at 9:17 am

    We lived in Switzerland for about 2 years and Disney movies were a way for our children to experience a part of our own childhood. Our 3 year old daughter fell in love with Frozen and particularly, Elsa. To her delight, Frozen was a part of the children movies available on the flights back to Australia when we moved home last year. As the flights were not full, we had a few rows available. She changed seats throughout the flights and watched Frozen. It was great that she was entertained for the entire transit! To see Disney on Ice would be the best experience to share with my kids.

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    Bel
    May 15, 2019 at 8:10 pm

    My older daughter has always loved Frozen and dressing up as Elsa. When her baby sister came along (there is 5 years between them) we had a family/newborn photoshoot so we had a photo taken of the 2 girls dressed as Elsa & Anna ?

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    Nikki
    May 15, 2019 at 8:24 pm

    My family’s favourite Disney memories were Friday afternoon pizza and movies. Since they were toddlers our family have shared Disney movie time watching some of he classics ( my faves from childhood) and some of the modern releases. Great memories they will treasure forever. They are now 8 and 10 and looking forward to to the new ‘Aladdin’ coming out soon ?

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    Cathryn
    May 15, 2019 at 9:33 pm

    Miss 5 favourite is has to be Elsa.

    She loves it for the simple joy it brings – but also as it’s become a bit of an anthem for our little family of 3.

    We use frozen heaps to talk about strength of character. Our family unfortunately was a victim of family violence and often master 7 emulates domineering behaviours.

    Frozen has lots of messages to be taken to understand the world she lives in. Fixerupper has proved me the perfect words:

    “People make bad choices if they’re mad or scared or stressed
    But throw a little love their way, and you’ll bring out their best”

    To help me explain to her the dynamics between mum & dad and why she should show him all the love in the world despite this.

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    Reeda
    May 16, 2019 at 10:35 am

    My son had a cars themed 4th birthday where I hand painted boxes with his favourite characters. He and his friends got to become their favourite characters and race each other on our home made race track.
    It was so delightful to see the pure joy on his face.

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    Kristy
    May 17, 2019 at 4:15 am

    My son favorite character is baymax. He is just big and hugable and awkward. His humer is very slap stick and baymax’s awkwardness hits his funny bone everytime

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    Bronwyn
    May 17, 2019 at 5:32 am

    My Daughter loves just about every Disney movie (just as much as I do) she can sing all the words to ‘let it go’ and ‘how far I’ll go’.
    My son has been lucky enough to go to Disney land and each time he sees the beginning of a movie he shouts out proudly… ‘I WAS THERE’ ?

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    Tennille
    May 18, 2019 at 4:53 pm

    My 8 year old’s favourite is Buzz and Woody…as a little boy he would take his Buzz and Woody everywhere. Whilst his favourite memory wasn’t mummy selling all of his toys as he outgrew them, his favourite memory now is reminiscing over the 3 Toy Story movies in preparation for the 4th one coming out soon. He is also saving to buy a new toy to mark the occasion! You are never too old to enjoy the spirit of Disney!

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    Karin OGrady
    May 18, 2019 at 9:38 pm

    I remember winning tickets in grade 6 to see The Little Mermaid!! I took two friends (ok my Mum did) into the city and we went to Tops for a ride on the rollercoaster before going to my first Disney movie in a cinema. Ahhhh ah ahhhh ah ah ahhhhhh ah ah ahhhhh ah ah ahhhhh. To this day I am in love with Ariel.

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    Tara Martin
    May 20, 2019 at 12:56 pm

    my children have a special affinity with disney, we all enjoy family movie nights watching all the disney classics. Our most favourite disney experience however came as a most wonderful surprise when my sister returned after working at disney world florida for 18 months. She had gone to great lengths to get special autographed pictures of my childrens favourite cast characters and personalised mickey ears. WE may not be able to visit the usa but she certainly brought the disney magic to us.

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    Katie Hogan
    May 20, 2019 at 7:36 pm

    My daughter is a huge Brave fan, she even looks a little like Merida. We have watched the movie numerous times and we always cheer when she shows her super archery skills!
    A wonderful role model for all kids, strong, funny and resilient!
    I would dearly love to see her little face watching Disney on Ice, we’ve never been.

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    Shana Skinner
    May 20, 2019 at 7:42 pm

    My daughter’s favourite disney memory is playing with a frozen doll with a family friends daughter. The friends daughter sadly passed away at age 2 but my daughter recalls the moment every time we hear Else sing

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    Amy Hetherington
    May 20, 2019 at 9:32 pm

    As a mum of all boys, last year I had to beg my 11 & 12 year old to come with me to Disney on Ice. My 12 Yr olds face was just one of bewilderment the whole time and its definitely his favourite Disney memory and its also become one of our family’s happiest memories. Watching them get so involved in the show and wanting to go back and watch all of the movies from scenes they didn’t recognise afterwards was a great way to fill in the holidays. This year we have a 7 month old who we’d love to take along. Never to young or to old to enjoy Disney on Ice.

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    Carly Bertucci
    May 21, 2019 at 7:26 am

    My mum was able to take me as a young girl to see beauty and the beast. My sister is now 16 and never got to he chance. It would be amazing to take her and my three year old daughter to enjoy the magic all over again. We all love Disney. There is a bit of princess in all of us.

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    Susie Mitterman
    May 21, 2019 at 11:29 am

    My daughter was lucky enough to visit Disneyland Tokyo – and even to dance with her favourites, Anna and Elsa! A treasured memory indeed!

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