CLOSED: Win 4 Tickets To Disney On Ice, Chicagoland


Ding dong! Schools are back in session which can only mean one other thing: FELD Entertainment Shows are back and so is Disney On Ice! We had a blast covering all the great shows last year and this year is no different and there’s one coming to Chicagoland soon, to the United Center.

Disney On Ice presents Mickey & Minnie’s Magical Journey takes audiences on a fun-filled tour to four exciting destinations filled with favorite Disney friends. Join Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse on a journey into the magical worlds of Disney’s The Little Mermaid, The Lion King, Peter Pan and Lilo & Stitch. Discover Ariel and Sebastian’s enchanting undersea kingdom; visit the Pride Lands with Simba and Nala; soar through starry skies with Peter Pan and his sassy fairy friend Tinker Bell; and say “aloha” to fun with Lilo and Stitch.

Seriously, these are worth it and for only $11 each (when you purchase the family pack) I think it’s a great deal for a night out and wayyyy better than a movie!

** Buy It
Disney On Ice presents Mickey and Minnie’s Magical Journey is at the United Center Sept. 7-11, 2011. Go to this Ticketmaster page to purchase seats, you can receive 4 tickets for just $44 to the 7:00 p.m. performance on Wednesday September 7 or the 7:00 p.m. performance on Thursday September 8 at — or save $4 per ticket on all remaining performances by using code MOM1.

** Win It
I’m giving away a Family 4 Pack of tickets to either Wednesday September 7 or the 7:00 p.m. performance on Thursday September 8. All you have to do is fill out the form below and answer this question: Below are some fun show facts. Which one surprises you the most?

  1. Hours it takes to set up the production – Approximately 10 to 12
  2. Hours it takes to tear down the production – 3 to 5
  3. Number of performances per year – Approximately 280
  4. Number of trucks needed to haul equipment – 13 (including concessions)
  5. Average size of ice skating surface (in front of stage) – 120 feet x 65 feet



Don’t forget about my other awesome giveaways!

**Contest closes on August 30 at midnight CST and the winner will be picked randomly (by random.org) and announced on August 31. The giveaway is only open to US residents.

I blog with integrity: I wasn’t paid for this review but I was given the above prize to try and am giving one away to one of my readers. Although I kept the product the opinion remains my own. Facebook in no way sponsored or endorsed this.

Comments

  1. Jenny Ignas says:

    Number 3 surprises me the most considering there are that many performances out of the 365 days per year.

  2. Mary Janiga says:

    I wasn’t able to figure out how to insert my answer for the question. I was most surprized that it takes so many trucks to move the show!

  3. Amberle Heath says:

    That it takes 10-12 hours to set up buy only 3-5 hours to tear down

  4. Jennifer Johncock says:

    I can’t believe it takes 13 trucks to haul the equipment around! Wow!

  5. amy guinzio says:

    I would LOVE to see Disney on Ice

    Amy G

  6. I can’t believe it only takes 10 – 12 hours to set up. I saw a similar show once and was completly blown away. I would love to be able to take my littles ones so they can expierence it.

  7. Heather McAvoy says:

    I can’t believe it only takes 3-5 hours to tear down the production! I thought it would be MUCH longer than that!!! I really hope I win! My boys would LOVE it!! Have a great day! I LOVE your blog!!

  8. i can’t believe they do 280 performances a year!! not much time off!!

  9. i would love to win these tickets so i can take my daughter my best friend and here 4 year old son. my daughter is 26 years old and has a 3mo old son

  10. Most surprising is the number of performances each year. That’s a lot of work!

  11. Heather G says:

    #4 was most surprising….that’s a lot of equipment!

  12. The number of shows per year is what surprised me the most…280!!

  13. What supprises me in the size of the rink!

  14. I was most surprised with the number of performances per year – approx. 280! That sure is a lot of shows!

  15. Paula Garton says:

    280 performances a year!

  16. Renee Lax says:

    I did not realize that Disney on Ice had so many performances. Good for them. Disney always puts on great performances, no matter where it is, so I am not surprised by the time & materials necessary. 13 trucks is a lot of costumes, props, stages & equipment needed for a wonderful performce.

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