Last night we had an amazing adventure in downtown St. Louis at the Scott Trade Center checking out Disney on Ice! I had never been to a Disney on Ice performance and was very interested to see what the big deal is. With tickets provided by Feld Entertainment we loaded up the kids and headed downtown ready for whatever.
Where we live it doesn’t take very long to get downtown. So a quick drive down the highway and a little cruise downtown and we were already parking before we knew it. The kids got their tickets scanned and we followed suit and found our seats. Once we got our seats we wanted to grab some snacks before the show started.
We got some popcorn, nachos, and a drink to share and got back to our seats in record time. The show started and out came the characters from Toy Story! It was so cool seeing the choreography between all of the skaters. The music immediately had everyone dancing in their seats. I don’t want to spoil the entire show, but expect to see a plethora of Disney characters ranging from Peter Pan to Tiana from Princess and The Frog. You can read my original post announcing the event to learn more about who will all be there.
A few other highlights that I enjoyed was the Aladdin performance along with The Lion King. Abby was stoked the entire show and even dressed as Queen Elsa to show off her princess powers. My niece Madi dressed as Cinderella to join in on the fun. They both said that they were most excited to see Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. They started dancing so goofy when the dwarfs were breaking it down.
You can still pick up some tickets for the show. Disney on Ice Treasure Trove will be at the Scott Trade Center all weekend. It’s a great show that lasts about 2 hours. Perfect timing for any Disney princess fanatic.
Don’t think this show is only for girls either. Sure their are a lot of princesses, but don’t forget Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Aladdin, Genie, Captain Hook, Peter Pan and The Lost Boys and more! Plenty of tiny gentlemen were in attendance having a blast. I saw one youngster dressed in a full astronaut costume. It was awesome!
About halfway through the show you can expect an intermission so you can take a restroom break and replenish your refreshments if needed. We took this opportunity to get the kids a souvenir from the show. While the majority of the merchandise is significantly more expensive than it would be at a box store. The items were definitely cool and make a great memory from an awesome event. Just be sure to set a budget.
Interested in checking out Disney on Ice this weekend? Grab some tickets here and enjoy! Don’t forget you can save $5 by using the promo code BLOG16, this promo code offer is not valid on the Thursday, Jan. 28 7 p.m. performance. Offer not valid on premium seating. No double discounts. Additional fees may apply. Offer subject to ticket availability.
St. Louis Dad was provided tickets to Disney on Ice in exchange for this review. Please check out FeldEntertainment.com for more exciting events coming to St. Louis in 2016!