TOURING AUSTRALIA WINTER 2019!
Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse will take audiences on an expedition across raging seas and snow-covered mountains in Disney On Ice presents Dare to Dream, an action-packed extravaganza featuring Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Moana, Frozen, Tangled, Cinderella and Disney and Pixar’s Coco. Plus, for the very first time, all the way from Hundred Acre Wood, special guests Winnie the Pooh and Tigger will get the families out of their seats and onto their feet to learn a special dance when the show tours Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Newcastle and Sydney in the Winter school holidays.
Produced by Feld Entertainment Inc., Dare to Dream takes families on a high-seas adventure as Moana sets sail on a life-changing quest to save her island with help from the demigod Maui. With the ice floor transformed into the vast oceanic scape, Disney On Ice allows Moana’s strength and determination to take centre stage. This engaging atmosphere lets audiences deepen their existing connection to their favourite wayfinder and discover one’s true identity is never out of reach.
Beautiful production numbers invite audiences into the world of Beauty and the Beast, as Belle shows what it means to be fearless. Along with her new friends in the enchanted castle, Belle is encouraged to step outside the ordinary and find joy in the bleakest situation. As she looks beyond the harsh exterior of the Beast to reach his gentle heart, fans learn there are teachable moments in everyday life.
Through the athleticism and grace of Anna and Elsa, Rapunzel and Flynn, and Cinderella, brave heroes from Frozen, Tangled and Cinderella ignite passions to believe. Audience members will also explore the Land of the Dead as Miguel from Disney and Pixar’s Coco brings the festivities of Día de los Muertos to the ice and lives his dream of becoming a professional musician.
Show-goers will witness each characters’ unique qualities and talents inspiring children around the world to discover their inner hero.
2020 National Tour Dates
Perth (RAC Arena) – 12 – 14 June
Adelaide (Adelaide Entertainment Centre) – 19 – 21 June
Brisbane (Brisbane Entertainment Centre) – 26 – 29 June
Melbourne (Rod Laver Arena) – 2 – 6 July
Newcastle (Newcastle Entertainment Centre) – 10 – 12 July
Sydney (Qudos Bank Arena) – 15 – 19 July