Last week we had the opportunity to watch Disney On Ice Reach for the Stars at the new Little Caesars Arena here in Detroit. It was fantastic and magical. This is our fourth time now on Disney on Ice and as always it never failed us. But this time though, my 9 years old son wasn’t able to come because he have a big test at school the next day, so my husband stayed with him.
So we invited our friends with us to the show. It was a blast ofcourse and the kids had a time of their lives. This type of events is truly memorable to us as parents because these kids grow up so fast. I will never forget their faces when they saw their favorite characters. When my daughter saw her favorite princess Rapunzel ( as you can tell her costume here), she was jumping with excitement. She was also singing along with the songs and danced with the music. It’s definitely priceless.
In this “Reach for the Stars” performance, they featured the stories of Princess Ariel, Rapunzel, Belle and the two sisters Elsa and Anna. The whole production was colorful and lively. With extreme talent of the ice skaters and enchanting storytelling jam-packed into one show, Disney on Ice is sure to inspire audience to Reach for The Stars. Disney is always an expert in connecting their audience through their stories, that’s what really draw us in. Growing up, i watched, read and played with Disney characters everyday like it’s my job. Now that i’m a mom, i can’t believe i’m sharing this Disney moments with my kids. It is truly amazing!
Disney on Ice is always on tour, they do two shows every year here in Detroit,Michigan. It’s always around the beginning of Fall and early Spring. So check it out at Ticketmaster or your city’s stadium to know when Disney On Ice shows will be in your area.
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*We are compensated with free tickets for the show in exchange for reviews. However i only review products and services that will benefit my readers. All thoughts and opinions are mine.
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