Grab your Mickey ears and get ready for the ultimate Disney experience when Disney on Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic comes to Sioux Falls.
Thursday, November 29 @ 7 pm
Friday, November 30 @ 7 pm
Saturday, December 1 @ 11 am, 3 pm, and 7 pm
Sunday, December 2 @ 1 pm
Ticket prices vary based on date and time. Check your show for specific pricing. Tickets are on sale now at our KELOLAND Box Office, online through www.Ticketmaster.com, or charge-by-phone at 1-800-745-3000.
Children two years of age and older require a ticket for this event.
Mouse-ter of Ceremonies Mickey Mouse, sweetheart Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy take to the ice with their friends from beloved Disney movies that span decades from Pinocchio to Frozen. Travel to the heart of Africa with Disney’s The Lion King, come along for an adventure in friendship with the gang from Disney•Pixar’s Toy Story and watch in amazement as Belle breaks the Beast’s curse in the tale of Beauty and the Beast.
Guests will also enjoy a special appearance by royal sisters Anna and Elsa from the number-one animated feature film of all time, Disney’s Frozen. Enter the kingdom of Arendelle and journey up the North Mountain with hilarious snowman Olaf and rugged mountain-man Kristoff as they help the sisters discover that true love conquers all.
“This particular production is by far the largest Disney On Ice show we currently have touring bringing together everyone’s favorite Disney characters from Snow White, Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse to Elsa and Anna,” said Producer Nicole Feld. “Our vision is for audiences everywhere to dance and sing along to their favorite Disney songs, so we’ve included 30 tunes that they know and love.”
The collection of Disney melodies includes family favorites like “Hakuna Matata,” “You’ve Got a Friend in Me” and “Let It Go.” Rock out with Squirt and his rambunctious turtle friends from Disney•Pixar’s Finding Nemo with the original song “Turtle Rock.” Fall in love with a musical montage of dazzling prince and princess pairs skating to “At Last I See the Light,” “A Whole New World” and more.
To put together a captivating show with a cavalcade of Disney characters, the father-daughter producing duo of Kenneth Feld and Nicole Feld called on the best and brightest in the business. With Director Patty Vincent leading the way and a creative team of choreographers and designers, Disney On Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic is sure to be a timeless favorite among all Disney fans.
Choreographers Cindy Stuart and Sarah Kawahara created breathtaking production numbers to showcase the magic of each Disney tale. The choreography reflects the individuality of the 14 stories while staying true to the legacy of Disney. Some of the most enticing elements include Aladdin’s comical Genie duplicating before your eyes and the energetic moves of Mickey and Minnie’s marching band.
Complementing the fabulous skating sequences are gorgeous costumes designed by Scott Lane and Greg Poplyk. The astounding designs range from the citizens of Arendelle to the stars of Finding Nemo. The bright colors and minimal structure in the underwater creature costumes allow the characters to move freely in order to mimic the natural movement in water, whereas the attire for the citizens of Arendelle provides a seamless transition from summer to winter.
Disney On Ice celebrates100 Years of Magic would not be complete without the magnificent sets designed by David Potts and Robert Bissinger. A theatrical ambiance is created on ice with an iconic castle that allows for a smooth transition throughout the narrative. Elaborate props are also used to aid in the immersive environment like a traditional Chinese dragon in the festival on ice from Disney’s Mulan. Audiences will be awestruck as the set pieces and props come together for a truly mesmerizing atmosphere as seen when Elsa’s ice palace builds itself from the ground up complete with a majestic staircase and icy curtain.
“This is a show, more than any other, that is truly for everybody,” said Producer Kenneth Feld. “When I sit with the audience, I see those that are grandparents, like I am, enjoying a lot of the classic Disney stories, while young kids and young parents really respond to Frozen and all the latest Disney stories and animation.”