Disney on Ice 2024 tour guide: tickets, schedule and more

by Samantha Ball |
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Get your Mickey Mouse ears ready as the Disney on Ice tour is back for winter 2024, and if you were wondering how to get your hands on some tickets for the Disney on Ice 2024 show, then don't worry, we've got you covered!

If your little one is a huge fan of Disney, the Disney on Ice tours are a wonderful way to bring the magic of Disney to life, as they get to see their favourite film scenes in real life, in a music filled, colourful show that'll captivate them. Here's everything you need to know for one of the must see shows of the year for your little one.

When do Disney on Ice 2024 tickets go on sale?

Disney on Ice tickets are on sale now! They started the general sale on Friday 24th May 2024 at 9am.

If you don't have an account with Ticketmaster, it would be a good idea to create one as it will help you get through the checkout process faster.

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How much are Disney on Ice tickets?

The price of Disney on Ice tickets will vary, depending on venue and the seat location. It's worth noting that the closer to the rink you are, the more the tickets will cost too.

Tickets to the Disney on Ice tour start from £26 and can cost up to £62. You can also have a Disney on Ice hospitality experience for up to £60 each.

Remember that children under the age of two years old won't require a ticket if they are sitting on your knee.

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What is the theme of Disney on Ice 2024?

The Disney on Ice theme for 2024 is 'Road Trip Adventures' and sees Mickey and friends embark on a journey around the world to all the famous Disney destinations.

The interactive, memory-rich adventure includes iconic destinations, including London, Motunui, a safari and even to a whole new world. There's plenty of much-loved Disney characters that will be making an appearance.

Where is Disney on Ice and what is the Disney on Ice schedule 2024?

The Disney on Ice UK tour will start in Birmingham this October, and finish in London by January 2025. See the Disney on Ice schedule below:

30th October - 10th November 2024 - Utilita Arena, Birmingham

14th November - 17th November 2024 - Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham

20th November - 24th November 2024 - Utilita Arena, Newcastle

11th December - 15th December 2024 - AO Arena, Manchester

18th December - 22nd December 2024 - Utilita Arena, Sheffield

26th December 2024 - 5th January 2025 - The O2, London

Characters from the Disney on Ice show
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How long is a Disney on Ice show?

Shows tend to last between one and a half hours, up to two hours, with a small interval in the middle. Doors to venues tend to open at least an hour before the show starts too, to allow plenty of time for finding your seats.

Is it cold at a Disney on Ice show?

Venues can normally feel quite cold, especially with ice, however it can soon warm up as the building starts to fill with people.

As the Disney on Ice tour is through the colder months, it's probably best to bring coats anyway, just in case.

Should my child wear a costume to Disney on Ice?

While it's not necessary to dress your little one in a Disney costume for the show, a lot of parents let their tots dress as their favourite characters. It's worth noting that costumes are only permitted for guests under the age of 14 years.

Here's some of our favourite costumes for Disney on Ice 2024.

Best Mickey costume for the Disney on Ice tour

The Mickey Mouse Baby Costume features a Mickey head piece, a body suit and Mickey mittens. It doesn't all have to be worn at once, which makes it a great little costume.

It also makes a squeaking sound when you squeeze the Mickey nose! The bodysuit has self-adhesive tab fastenings at the shoulders too.

Best Minnie Mouse costume for the Disney on Ice tour

The two-piece set includes a gorgeous satin pink dress and satin gloves that feature a little pink bow. There's elasticated cuffs on the dress for comfort, and it's available in sizes from two years up to eight years.

We love all the detailing on the dress and gloves, and the stretch detail makes it comfortable for little ones to wear too. The only downside of the dress is, it's hand wash only.

Best Flounder costume for the Disney on Ice tour

How adorable is this little Flounder costume? It's a two piece set that comes with a soft-feel bodysuit and hat, with self-adhesive tab fastenings at the shoulders and legs.

One parent mentioned that it was really good quality, so your little one can dress up in it time and time again. The legs are short though, so your tot might get a little cold. By adding some leggings or tights, that can solve the problem

Best Elsa costume for the Disney on Ice tour

Ideal for any Frozen fan, the Elsa Dress Princess Costume not only comes with Elsa's iconic dress, but it also comes with plenty of accessories.

Some parents mentioned that the material was light and thin, so it might be good to pair it with some tights and a jacket for the Disney on Ice tour.

Samantha Ball is a Senior Writer for Mother&Baby, having written for the brand since 2018. She's a mum of two and loves browsing for the best and current trending products for little ones and for cute seasonal outfits.

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