Disney On Ice Rockin’ Ever After ticket deals are available for several savvy cities from several sources. Offers include a $50 off deal, a 15% off code, and 4-Pack deals. Catch this popular Disney On Ice show in Miami, Sunrise, Estero, and Jacksonville Florida, Lexington KY, and more cities. See details for this fun family show are listed below.
Rockin’ Ever After, will please a lot of little girls out there with performances by favorite Disney princesses. Boys, too,will dance and sing along with all their favorite Disney characters: Mickey, Minnie, Donald, and Goofy. The show is most popular with kids 4- to 10-year-old. Savvy tip: if your little Disney darlings want to come in costume, they’re welcome to and will fit right in.
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MIAMI: Disney On Ice Rockin’ Ever After Tickets
DEAL: Disney On Ice Rockin’ Ever After MIAMI 50% Off.
WHERE: American Airlines Arena – 601 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33132.
JACKSONVILLE: Disney On Ice Rockin’ Ever After Tickets
DEAL 1: Disney On Ice Rockin’ Ever After JACKSONVILLE Discount Ticket 4-PACK — Get one ticket free our of four when you follow the link.
WHERE: Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena, 300 A. Philip Randolph Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32202.
LEXINGTON: Disney On Ice Rockin’ Ever After Tickets
DEAL: Disney On Ice Rockin’ Ever After LEXINGTON 50 Off
WHERE: Rupp Arena, 432 W Vine St, Lexington, KY 40507.
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About: In a new twist on fairytale fun, your favorite Disney characters compete in a talent showcase to determine who will be the next superstar in comical segments featuring Ariel and Sebastian; Rapunzel and Flynn; the Beast and Belle; and introducing Merida from Disney Pixar’s Brave, in her skating debut. —Disney On Ice
Review: The true critics for the show were the girls who accompanied me. Watching not only their faces, but the excitement with which they followed along during a flag-waving routine during “Tangled,” and a kick line in “Beauty and the Beast,” made this worth the price of admission. —Boston Globe review by Terry Byrne