The complete guide to Disney on Ice in 2019
Escape reality for a few hours and head to the ice rink later this year, with tickets to see Disney on Ice. Celebrating 100 years of an extra-special Disney sparkle that’s captured the hearts and minds of audiences around the world of all ages, relive the magic of your favourite animated films as the production skates into a city near you. With songs from The Lion King, The Little Mermaid and Frozen, enjoy a skating spectacular that is truly a century of Disney magic, started by a mouse.
Disney on Ice shows around the country
The Disney on Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic will skate into Glasgow’s Braehead Park for its first stop. The production will play in September for 9 days, before speed-skating to its next location.
Disney on Ice is in Glasgow from 20th September to 29th September.
After entertaining audiences in Glasgow, the Disney on Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic tour will play its first performances in England at Utilita Newcastle. will skate into Glasgow’s Braehead Park for its first stop. With daily performances over six days, including weekend and weekday performances, you’ll be able to experience the Disney magic at all times of the day.
Disney on Ice is in Newcastle from 1st October to 6th October.
Manchester is the third location for the newest Disney on Ice tour, where performances will take place over a five day period. Be wowed by the skating tricks performed by your favourite characters and be dazzled by the essence of Disney, as it’s brought to you while you can sit back and relax.
Disney on Ice is in Manchester from 9th October to 13th October.
Pulling into the Birmingham Arena as the fourth location in the Disney on Ice tour, audiences can get ready to grab their Mickey Mouse ears and prepare themselves for the ultimate Disney experience, where you’re sure to leave with a smile on your face.
Disney on Ice is in Birmingham from 16th October to 20th October.
A cast of over 50 unforgettable Disney characters including Donald Duck, Goofy and The Princess and the Frog’s Tiana will pull into Westpoint Exeter, marking the halfway point of the tour. Set to entertain audiences over five nights, it’s sure to be one of the happiest places in the world!Disney on Ice is in Exeter from 23rd October to 27th October.
Heading back to Scotland, the Disney on Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic tour sees ice-skating blades across Aberdeen TECA. At this state-of-the-art event complex, audiences will be able to see Mickey Mouse lead an unforgettable skating showcase, with plenty of sing-along songs that are fun for all the family.
Disney on Ice is in Aberdeen from 30th October to 3rd November.
The Fly DSA Arena will be home to the newest Disney on Ice tour for the first full week of November. Join in with a century of Disney fun, as older and newer stories are told on the rink in an electrifying production that’s guaranteed to inspire and wow everyone watching.
Disney on Ice is in Sheffield from 6th November to 10th November.
Returning to SSE Wembley Arena, audiences in the capital will be able to join in the Disney fun throughout November. Whether it’s belting out “Let it Go” as Elsa takes to the rink, or a fun-filled rendition of “Hakuna Matata” with the watching crowds, all your favourite Disney songs will carry a brand-new memory once you’ve seen this production.
Disney on Ice is in Wembley from 13th November to 17th November.
Motorpoint Arena Nottingham is the penultimate arena that will welcome the 2019 Disney on Ice tour. Playing for one week in November, now’s your time to tie early Christmas festivities with the charming characters in Disney films including Snow White, Aladdin and even Minnie Mouse!
Disney on Ice is in Nottingham from 20th November to 24th November.
London – O2 Arena
Set to wow London audiences this Christmas, the O2 Arena is the final destination to welcome this year’s Disney on Ice tour. Skating around one of the country’s most prestigious arenas, you’ll be able to see that true love on the ice really is the greatest magic of all.
Disney on Ice is in London from 26th December to 5th January 2020.