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June 23, 2024

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Disney on Ice Coming to Nashville This Fall

The Disney-themed ice show returns to Nashville's Bridgestone Arena this September! Here's what's new.

Disney On Ice is bringing the party back to Bridgestone Arena on September 19 – 22, and the guest list is jam-packed with new and classic Disney characters!

The new show features Mickey, Minnie, Donald and Goofy, who have become DJ’s and remixed Disney tunes into colorful stories at this all-new state-of-the-art ice show.

Attendees can belt out Disney’s chart-topping tunes as various Disney stories are brought to life on and above the ice. The shows feature cutting-edge figure skating, high-flying acrobatics, unexpected stunts, special effects, eye-catching costumes and elaborate set designs.

This all-new production features fan-favorite stories, including:

WISH
Last year, Disney On Ice became the first live entertainment show to debut Asha before the animated film’s release. Now, the entire Kingdom of Rosas comes to life, featuring Asha, Valentino, Star and King Magnifico.

FROZEN 2
Journey to Arendelle and the Enchanted Forest with Anna, Elsa, Kristoff and Olaf as they are reminded that “Some Things Never Change.” Visit the river full of memory, Ahtohallan, as Elsa asks memories of the past to “Show Yourself.”

THE LION KING
Escaping to the Pride Lands with Simba and Nala from The Lion King, audiences should “Be Prepared” as Scar and the hyenas plot to take over the throne. Timon and Pumbaa remind us it’s best just to say “Hakuna Matata” as everyone celebrates the “Circle of Life.”

THE LITTLE MERMAID
Skilled maestro, Sebastian, strikes a chord “Under the Sea” when he conducts Ariel, her seven sisters and a colorful orchestra of sea creatures. Guests will be singing along as Ariel serenades Prince Eric with a wish to become “Part of Your World,” and a symphony of lagoon insects perform “Kiss the Girl.”

MOANA
The audience will “Know The Way” when Moana shows them “How Far I’ll Go,” as she journeys from the island of Motunui to save her home from Te Kā. Along the way she meets Maui who reminds everyone “You’re Welcome.”

Tickets start at $41.95 Ticketmaster.com or in-person at the venue box office.

 

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Michael Aldrich

Michael Aldrich is Nashville Parent's Managing Editor and a Middle Tennessee arts writer. He and his wife, Alison, are the proud parents of 4-year-old Ezra and baby Norah.