Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Disney On Ice Worlds of Fantasy coming to LA!

Once early on in our relationship, Stewart made the mistake of saying that ice skating was not a real sport because you couldn't score points. After listening to my subsequent diatribe, he never made that same error again. For many years, I lived vicariously through Michelle Kwan. She was Asian-American, her parents were immigrants, and she was roughly the same age. I felt such immense pain for her when Tara Lipinski and then Sarah Hughes won Olympic gold. But I digress. I've always been entranced by figure skating and even took my first skating lessons while I was in college. I dated a guy mostly because he was a speed skater who went to the Olympic trials. These days I live vicariously through my good friend who, even now as we come into our middle age, skates on a champion synchronized skating team. All this to say, I love ice skating! So of course when I heard about Disney On Ice Worlds of Fantasy coming to LA, I thought it would be a great opportunity to introduce the boys to the wonders of skating. I hope to take my family and review the show on my blog. I figure if I take them to a show first, then they'll have more of an idea of what to do when I take them to real rink to try it out the next week.

You can watch Disney on Ice in the LA area from December 17th-January 10th at the following locations: Los Angeles, Anaheim, Ontario and Long Beach. I received a press release stating that the show will bring four magical Disney stories to the ice with characters from Disney/Pixar’s Cars and Disney’s Tinker Bell, The Lion King and The Little Mermaid. The Disney Princess Pre-Show taking place an hour before each show is free with ticket purchase and includes a special appearance by a Disney Princess.

There is a promotion going on right now if you enter the coupon code MOM you can receive 4 tickets for $44 on weekday performances or $4 off single weekend tickets. You can order online by heading to http://www.disneyonice.com/ or http://www.ticketmaster.com/. You can also order tickets by phone: 800-745-3000 or at the venue box office. Minimum purchase of 4 tickets required; additional weekday tickets above 4 can be purchased at $11 each. Email me if you would like a copy of the flyer. (I tried uploading it to share on google docs but it doesn't seem to be working.)

I'm so excited about the show and hope to see you there!

1 comment:

David said...

I love Disney Cars - just the thought of Lightning McQueen , Mater and friends racing on ice puts a smile on my face.
I'm not so keen to see the little mermaid but hey - you can't win them all :)