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When it comes to live shows nothing comes close to the energy of a Disney on Ice show. With kids aged 0 to 100 smiling, singing and dancing along with the newer and older songs there really is nothing to compare. Disney on Ice presents Worlds of Fantasy like its sister shows did not disappoint. From the moment our family favorites the classic Mickey and Minnie rolled up in their little travel car opening the show, the smiles spread across each of the little faces. This wasn't the first time at a Disney on Ice show for my kids or my niece. We have attended every one to come to town over the last two years and this one topped them all.
The show transitioned quickly from Cars to Ariel to Tinkerbell then wrapped up with Toy Story. The two hours flew by and it felt like we had just gotten there when it ended. The kiddos were more than entertained throughout the duration, so we only had one wiggler. Luke the wiggler got up and started dancing with the classic music that Ken danced to while trying on his wardrobe for Barbie. I mean seriously, who wouldn't dance to dream weaver right?
My personal favorite was the cars, they looked super awesome. I loved the fact that their faces moved and they were really gliding across the ice. They were as close to what they would be in real life as I have ever experienced and it was like being transported into the movie Cars. It was spectacular. I only wish they would have had more story to that section, but that was because I wanted more time watching those cars driving around the ice. It was so neat.
For the little Tinkerbell fan in my life Lily, to see her live on ice was to say the least a bit of a thrill. Her little face lit up and the smile spread across her face. That look on her face alone was enough to make me want to go back tomorrow night and everyday until the end. She was so excited and when asked after what her favorite part was she couldn't stop smiling and couldn't say which part. Her opinion was that she loved the whole thing and "loves, loves, loves Tinkerbell".
Overall, I would say this was a wonderful night and the skating was awesome. It was nice to take a moment out of our lives to just enjoy something together. Disney on Ice has a way of bringing families together into the magic without having to travel to a park. Unlock the magic if you can and head over to Sleep Train Arena before the show leaves town.