Disney On Ice: Let’s Celebrate Review

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Last night was the opening show of Disney On Ice Let’s Celebrate at The Tulsa State Fair. My family and I were able to attend and I have to say I still have goosebumps from the show. It was absolutely amazing and Feld Entertainment has really raised the bar in terms of family entertainment.

My daughter Aubrey is two and has been asking to see Mickey Mouse every since she first discovered him. I knew this show would be the perfect opportunity for her to see all of the main Disney Characters. I never imagined that they would incorporate almost every Disney Character that you could think of into Let’s Celebrate.

Let’s Celebrate is a celebration of the different seasons and holidays that go along with them. From start to finish the Disney characters capture the excitement of each different holiday as if you were there celebrating along with them. All in all there were about 7 different celebrations and everyone in my family had a favorite one.

My six year old Jeremy was fascinated by the Halloween celebration especially when all of the different villans appeared on the ice. Of course his favorite was the Nightmare before Christmas song with Jack Skellington preforming amazing stunts on the ice. It was thrilling but not too scary for the little ones.

Minnie at Sakura was one of my favorite parts of the the show. It was so beautiful with all of the neon lights and the music was very relaxing (Which was the whole theme of this scene).

 Aubrey has never seen Lily and Stitch but that didn’t stop her from going crazy when Stitch came out onto the ice. The Hawaiian Luau was filled with music, fire and lot’s of fun. You can really tell that the skaters love what they do because they were all very talented and made you feel like you were at the Luau dancing right along with them. You could also tell by the kids in the audience’s voices that they all really liked this part of the show!

The show lasted about 1 hour and 45 minutes which included a 10 minute intermission. I saw a wide range of ages of children from very small infants to teenagers. I wasn’t sure how long my two year old would stay focused on the show but she sat there the entire time waving to the characters, joining in with the songs and smiling almost the whole show.

It wouldn’t be a show without a spectacular finale and Let’s Celebrate did just that. Christmas is nearly every kid’s favorite holiday so it only makes sense for this to be the highlight of the show. All of the gang from Toy Story 3 were there to celebrate the christmas holiday and bring the show to an end. I don’t want to give the entire show away because there are some great surprises and hilarious parts that you really have to be there to truly appreciate. I will say that this is a show that you and your family will never forget.

Don’t miss out you can still get tickets to the show at The Tulsa State Fair:

Disney on Ice is playing
Friday 10/1: 11:30am, 3:30pm, 7:30pm
Saturday 10/2: 11:30am, 3:30pm, 7:30pm
Sunday 10/3: 11:30pm, 3:30pm, 7:30pm

Ticket Prices start at $20 and this includes your gate admission into the fair. You can get your tickets online, at the Pavillion Expo Square Box Office or by phone @918-376-6000.

All of the seats are have really good views of the ice. We were sitting in section 218 which is in the top section and we could all see everything happening. I would love to hear your comments about the show just leave me a comment below.

If you are not in the Tulsa Area you can check out when Disney On Ice or other Feld Entertainment Productions will be in your area HERE.

Disclosure: This is a non-paid post and all opinions expressed are honest and my personal opinion. Thanks to Feld Entertainment, Disney on Ice, and Margret Butler for providing my family with 4 tickets to the show as well as tickets to giveaway.

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