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Ended 24 Nov 2013 after 4 days
The ice skating was impressive and throughout the performance the characters interacted with the audience making for a fun experience.
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Disney On Ice: Let's Celebrate! is on tour and hits the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ, Ended 24 Nov 2013.
Disney On Ice presents Let's Celebrate! will be the first time audiences see Princess Tiana and Prince Naveen from the just-released film, Walt Disney Pictures' The Princess and the Frog, live on ice.
Classic and contemporary Disney songs, an original storyline, brilliant costumes and high energy action will have audiences celebrating some of the world's most popular events without ever leaving Chicago - from Halloween with the Disney Villains, to a Valentine's Day Royal Ball, featuring the Disney Princesses. In a fun-packed, ice extravaganza, more than 50 characters from 16 Disney stories will converge and take audiences on a thrilling world tour to exotic destinations like Brazil for a Carnivale parade, Hawaii for a luau party and Japan for a Cherry Blossom festival.
Opening night: 20 November 2013
Closing night: 24 November 2013
Great show for all the whole family, though there is a short Halloween section which could be a bit scary for under 3s.
2 reviews, average rating: (1.2 Stars)
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