Disney on Ice Princesses & Heroes – Magic Through The Eyes Of Children

I anticipated a bit of a later start time this morning, but last night’s Disney magic propelled the children out of their beds bright and early. The little guy burst into my room to tell me about the snow outside his window and his dreams of flying Elsa.

We’ve been beyond grateful to attend a few Disney On Ice productions with seats at various levels in the arena.  While they have all been incredible for the kids – our experience at Disney On Ice Presents Princesses & Heroes at Nassau Coliseum was elevated by our on-ground experience. With front row table seating, complete with dinner service, we were truly immersed in the spectacular ice show. It was our first time taking in a production of this caliber at such proximity.  I didn’t anticipate how we’d be able to see and feel the depth of charisma and passion from the performers with such an up-close perspective. The intricate detailing of the costumes, synchronicity of spectacular skating, and special effects including fire and snow were mesmerizing.  And my goodness – how those little faces lit up by the unexpected performer interactions.  I’m certain that it’s the sort of magic that will be ingrained in our forever memories.

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As in all things Disney – this production is a true celebration of children. And the incorporation of a ton of classic Disney characters makes it appealing to all sorts of Disney fans.  Watching the songs from the kids’ soul-belting living-room-performances unfold steps away from their little eyes took my breath away.  From the chorus of cheers for Olaf – to the collective singing of tulle-clad children belting their hearts out to Let It Go – we were all fully swept up in the magic.  Thank goodness I remembered to bring the tissues.

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Catch Disney On Ice Presents Princesses & Heroes at Nassau Coliseum from Jan 8 through Jan 11th, 2014. Find a venue in your area and purchase tickets on the Disney On Ice Website.

Tickets were provided to facilitate this post. Content and opinions, as always, are my own.



  1. Oh man! We had our first Disney On Ice experience with my 3 year old a couple of months ago and it was AWESOME! So bummed ours didn’t include the Frozen characters, but it had Disney princesses and Mickey and Minnie so she was SO HAPPY! It was more fun for our husband and I to watch her enjoying every second than it was for us to watch the actual show! Can’t wait until it comes to our area again! 🙂

  2. It does sounds sweet! I’m glad you got to go. We’ve seen one of their performances, but not this one. My son would love it!

  3. Sounds like a magical night indeed. I can’t imagine how exciting it must have felt to interact with the performers. Love the pics!

  4. This looks like a fun show! We love Disney, but have never been to Disney on Ice. I would love to see this one with my girls!

  5. A live performance always seems better then a movie to me. To see the skaters and to actually be able to interact with them–Your children will never forget this experience!

  6. I want to take my daughter to see this the next time it comes around. She is a huge Frozen Fan.

  7. How beautiful! I know my duaghter would absolutely love this!

  8. Disney on Ice looks amazing. I have never been to one. Kiddo has been to a few of them. Her grammie loves to take her.

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