Life is a highway
I wanna ride it all night long
If you’re going my way
I wanna drive it all night long
There’s no one else I’d rather be enjoying this highway called life then with my little family!
Although getting out can be a challenge I always look forward to family date night! Especially when it involves Mickey and Friends.
We had a great time at Disney on Ice presents Worlds of Enchantment. I was just as excited as the kids about our lower level seats. The show featured some of our favorite characters, including Goofy, Mater, Lightening McQueen and the famous sisters Anna and Elsa.
As expected the show wowed us with special effects, amazing talent and that enchanting and familiar Disney charm. I’ve said this before and I will continue to say it, but I love watching the reaction my kids get from seeing the magic happen before their eyes. My son said, “Look at all this snow, Elsa did it, Mommy!”
You won’t want to miss out on all the fun happening now through Sunday, January 29th at the Valley View Casino Center.
Disney on Ice Tips for Success
Before you head out there are a few tips we learned to help get everyone to the show on time.
- Have a dinner plan. Whether you’ll be eating at home or passing through the drive through, make sure everyone knows the plan for dinner. We’ve tried a few versions of this,
- Bring cash. Make sure you have some cash handy to pay for parking. The cost is $15. You’ll also want cash so you can easily make purchases from the vendors walking around with popcorn, drinks and yes, even toys.
- Budget. You can easily spend a lot for a family date night with Disney on Ice, but you don’t have to. Set a budget and decide what’s important for you and your family. Buy a toys or a special snack? Dinner at home or dine out? It all depends on your family needs.
- Bundle up. If you get cold easily like me you’ll want to make sure you come prepared with a jacket, gloves and whatever you need to stay comfortable.
- Pack snacks. Pack them lightly and tightly. Don’t bring opened packages because you will be asked to throw them away or walk them back to your car.
- Take photos. Be sure to take lots of photos to capture the memories. Make sure you DO NOT bring a fancy camera with a big lens. I think I heard more than 3 inches, but don’t quote me on that. The gal in front of me last night had to put hers back in her car. Your smart phone will work just fine.
Now it’s your turn! Who’s your favorite Disney character? What tips do you have for families checking out Disney on Ice? Let us know in the comments below.
Disclaimer: I received media tickets to attend a showing with my family. All opinions are my own.