This weekend “Disney on Ice: Presents Road Trip Adventures” kicked off its North American tour in Orlando, Florida, and I attended opening night courtesy of review tickets from Feld Entertainment.
The adventures started with some lively dancing on the London roof tops with Mary Poppins and the Chimney Sweepers, and ended with Aladdin and Jasmine dancing among the stars as the Genie (in an interesting mix of a skater and a video version utilizing Will Smith’s Genie from the 2019 film) granted Aladdin’s wishes.
In between were various skating vignettes showcasing characters and songs from several movies.
My personal favorites were Moana with Maui, and the “Frozen” segment featuring Olaf with a dancing sun and butterflies.
Elsa also had a very creative performance to “Let It Go” which utilized snow falling on the side of the stage and two aerial acrobats.
The “Toy Story” segment included characters from all four movies, including Forky, Duke Caboom, and my favorites, Ducky and Bunny, and had interactive game elements with the audience.
What To Expect
The show ran about two and a half hours with a lengthy intermission in the middle. Perfect for parents to take the kids on a restroom run or grab some more beverages and snacks.
During the show, photographers roam the aisles taking snapshots of audience members which are then projected on the screens on stage, making the audience part of the show. You can always decline with a wave of the hand and a shake of the head.
Select audience members even got to ride in Mickey and Minnie’s car during the show.
And being Disney, this is a family-friendly show suitable for ticket holders of all ages.
Get Your Tickets
The show is in Orlando through today, before it heads to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and beyond.
Tickets are now on sale for all 2022 dates at DisneyonIce.com. Select 2023 dates will go on sale later this month.
Once you purchase tickets, share your magical moments on social media with #DisneyOnIce.
Disclosure: I am a Disney on Ice and Feld Entertainment media ambassador and received review tickets and other considerations in exchange for my support. As always, my reviews are honest, and my own.