Disney on Ice presents Dream Big Featuring Moana | Giveaway

Disney on Ice presents Dream Big Featuring Moana | Giveaway

It’s time for another fun and fabulous Disney on Ice tour. Their next tour coming very soon is Disney on Ice Presents Dream Big Featuring Moana. Where audiences are reminded that every story begins with a dream. We have been very lucky to attend the past three Disney on Ice tours. Sadly this time around we can’t make it. But that doesn’t mean that my readers have to miss out. We have a family ticket (2 adults and up to 2 children) to Giveaway to one lucky winner courtesy of Disney on Ice – venue of your choosing (excluding Glasgow, Ireland and Newcastle, sorry!). The place to enter my giveaway will be at the end of this post. In the meantime here’s some further information about the tour.

When and Where can you see Disney on Ice Presents Dream Big?

The 2018 tour starts in Glasgow on the 21st until the 30th of September. Moving on to Newcastle from the 2nd until the 7th of October. Then over to Manchester from the 10th until the 14th of October. Moving down to Birmingham from the 19th until the 28th of October. Over to Belfast from the 2nd until the 4th of November and on to Dublin from the 9th until the 11th.

After Ireland the tour will return to mainland UK and to Sheffield from the 14th until the 18th of November. Nottingham from the 21st until the 25th and finishing in London from the 26th December until the 1st January 2019.

Which of your Disney Favourites will be skating on ice?

Mickey Mouse is now in his 90th year and he will be having a 90th celebration preshow. Mickey and our other firm favourites Minnie mouse, Goofy and Donald Duck make appearances on all the Disney on Ice tours. If you get there early enough you will be able to join in with the celebrations.

Moana will be featured in the show for the first time ever in Europe. “Join fearless Moana and the greatest demigod that ever lived, Maui, on an action-packed voyage to restore the stolen heart of Te Fiti, live on ice!”. We are big fans of Moana and I especially love ‘How Far I’ll go’. It’s such an infectious song and it equals ‘Let it go’ for me.

Disney on Ice presents Dream Big Featuring Moana | Giveaway

Disney on Ice presents Dream Big Featuring Moana | Giveaway

“This all new production, produced by Feld Entertainment, assembles a collection of inspiring stories connected by a cast of characters with a desire to explore the depths, heights and horizons of their dreams. Alongside Moana and demi God Maui are eight tales of courage and heart, including Frozen, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin and Tangled.
Frozen can never be left out of a Disney on Ice show now that it has become what it is. “Travel to the kingdom of Arendelle with Anna, Elsa and Olaf in a dramatic retelling of the sisterly love that saved a kingdom.
Disney on Ice presents Dream Big Featuring Moana | Giveaway
Jump into amazing adventures with Aladdin as he seizes his chance to outwit his adversaries in the marketplace of Agrabah.
Discover uncharted worlds with Rapunzel and Jasmine. Battle the villain Maleficent in the form of a fire breathing dragon alongside Prince Phillip, igniting the ice in a blazing spectacle.
Dive under the sea with headstrong Ariel as she yearns to explore life above the waves and is willing to risk it all for curiosity and the thrill of adventure.
And find the inner strength that comes from kindness and determination with Belle, Aurora and
Cinderella.”
“Disney On Ice presents Dream Big was created with the intention to inspire everyone to explore their world by highlighting the defining moments of relatable characters who became their own heroes,” says Executive Vice President and Producer Nicole Feld. “Having both a daughter and son at home, I knew it was important to present a variety of Disney stories as well as show the connection between these stories and illustrate how a journey can unfold in many ways.”
“Dream Big captures all the magic and adventure of Disney’s immortal tales through cutting edge figure skating, eye catching costumes and stunning set designs. Through innovative lighting and thrilling special effects, audiences are transported to a world of imagination, where heroes of every kind seek to fulfill their dreams. High flying jumps, breathtaking skating and lovable Disney friends make Disney On Ice presents Dream Big an experience families will never forget!”

To get some idea of how fabulous the past two Disney on Ice tours have been please check out my review posts – Disney On Ice Worlds of Enchantment | UK Tour 2018 Review
Disney on Ice Presents – Passport to Adventure – Review

It is So Simple to Enter:     Your chance to win a family ticket (for 2 adults and up to 2 children) to Disney On Ice Dream Big

Please enter by answering the question below, in the comments ‘’What is your favourite Disney film and Why’?‘ This is mandatory. Anyone who enters without answering this question as a blog comment will be disqualified. Once you have entered more options to increase your chances of winning will be made available. Please read the rules of entry below.

The winner will be picked at random and they are welcome to choose any venue and date from the tour listing for their prize. With the exception of Glasgow and Newcastle tour dates. Due to the tour starting at the end of the month there would not be enough time to get the tickets safely to you in time if you wanted to attend Glasgow or Newcastle.

To confirm you can choose from the available dates at Manchester, Birmingham, Sheffield, Nottingham and London.

Terms and Condition for entering the Giveaway

  1. Open to UK residents only. Anyone entering from outside the UK will be disqualified
  2. The successful winner will be drawn on Monday the 1st October 2018.
  3. Your entry will require you to enter an email address. The winner will be contacted via email. Your email address will not be passed onto any other parties and will not be used for any marketing purposes.
  4. All entries by 11:59PM 1st October 2018 (London)
  5. By submitting an entry through Gleam all entrants are acknowledging and accepting the terms and conditions for the giveaway.
  6. Each Gleam entry is a single entry into the giveaway and stands alone as such.
  7. Entries using any software or automated process to make bulk entries will be disqualified.
  8. The competition may be added to a number of sites for the purposes of promotion.
  9. The winner of the family ticket will be chosen at random by Gleam. 
  10. As mentioned above your first entry will be answering the question What is your favourite Disney film and Why’’? This is mandatory. Anyone who enters without answering this question as a blog comment will be disqualified.
  11. If for any reason the prize can’t be made available I accept no financal loss to provide the prize.
  12. Other chances to win will be offered once you have answered this question. This will give you extra chances to win, thus increasing your chances. Plus giving you the opportunity to stay in touch with us.

Good Luck!

Family Ticket Disney On Ice Dream Big – UK Tour tickets

 

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Disney on Ice presents Dream Big Featuring Moana | Giveaway

232 comments

  1. It has to be beauty and the beast as I love the fact she falls in love with the beast rather than the prince – tbh I find the beast a lot more appealing than when he turns LOL. Thanks for the chance my boys would love this

  2. The Little Mermaid! I watched this probably a thousand times when I was a kid. It reminds me of the sea because I grew up by the beach

  3. I love Moana – the music is so uplifting and a true heroic and empowering story with no “Prince Charming” needed!

  4. Tangled. I absolutely love Rapunzel and the romance with Flynn Rider, the songs are beautiful and it makes me cry! I called my son Flynn because of this film!

  5. Its so hard to choose! I would probably have to say Beauty and The Beast because it’s a ‘tale as old as time’ and one I grew up with from being a tiny little girl. I adore all the songs and the characters. It really takes me back to my childhood.

  6. Lion King, I loved it as a child and it was the first movie my little boy watched properly with me, he was singing hakuna matata for days after!!

  7. Snow White. It was the first Disney film I seen and I adored it ever since. Also makes me feel lucky I only live with 1 man and not 7 haha

  8. Moana because not only is it my daughters favorite but the songs are great and Moana is a inspiring character for my daughter to look up to

  9. Lady and the Tramp as its a film that I really enjoyed as a child and now my little girl loves it too! Think it is because we both love dogs 😊

  10. My favourite Disney film (and my daughter’s) is Moana – because she’s fierce, brave, loyal, independent, smart – and not a hint of romance in sight! She’s a great role model for my daughter, who often pretends to be her!

  11. My favourite is Mulan! She was one of the first main female Disney characters to not need a man to save her! She saved herself, her family and her whole country and kicked ass! Great role model for young girls 💖

  12. I love the little mermaid! It was my first time seeing a Disney movie at the cinema with my cousin who now lives in Australia. Happy memories!!

  13. Beauty and the beast has always been my favourite. Love it that the beast tries to come across as scary but has a heart and beauty see’s what is on the inside of the beast. Love the talking cutlery especially the candlestick. Magic all round.

  14. Aladdin, I fell in love with that film as a child, the music is so magical and romantic. My kids have also grown up watching it over and over and adore Abu 🐵😍 but the genie is my fave. Thanks for opportunity to win such a great prize 🤞🏼

  15. My favourite Disney film is Beauty and the Beast. I love all the characters, the music and the story of how love overcomes beauty.

  16. I love Toy Story the most because it’s so well done. The way the toys of my youth came to life in such clever details. Like how the army men still march around with the plastic base and bits of excess plastic etc.

  17. My favorite all time Disney film has to be 101 dalmations. It’s just such a heart warming film! i love how cute all the puppies are!
    My favorite recent Disney film though is Moana, The songs are really catchy and its a fab film to snuggle on the sofa with my little ones to watch!

  18. I couldn’t possibly pick a favourite from the classics but I do have a soft spot for Coco. Find myself singing the songs quite frequently to myself and never fails to make me teary eyed!

  19. Absolutely love Beauty and the Beast. Beautiful love story and it captured my daughter’s heart. She adores bell and even assigned mummy to the role of Mrs Potts!

  20. Maleficent for me – a wonderful retelling of a familiar story from a different perspective… a reminder that theres always two sides to every tale!!

  21. As I child I watched Cinderella hundreds of times, but when Lin king cafe or it became my fave. I guess because the animals are cute and I love the music. The moana music is my latest fave.

  22. My favourite is Frozen. It was the first film I took my children to see in the cinema. Little did I know this would become an obsession for the next two years. I have such good memories of them being little and this film.

  23. Zootropolis – I think I laughed at this most out of any of the disney movies! Just brilliant! Anything that makes you laugh in a tough world is a blessing!

  24. My favourite disney film is beauty and the beast, it was a film that i used to watch with my sister and i now sit and watching with my little nieces.

  25. Moana as I love the songs and think the story is very inspiring. I love Moana’s crazy granny and love love love the Shiny Crab:D Also i love that my little girls get to grow up with these strong female role modesl

  26. It’s very hard to pick only one… I love the Lion King because it’s a great coming of age story. I love the music too #HakunaMatata

  27. It has to be Frozen, how can it not be, I have watched near on 1000 times with my daughter!! I love it as it’s about the love of 2 sisters

  28. There’s so many to choose from but, I’d have to go with Cinderella watched if everytime I went to my grandmas

  29. The little
    Mermaid !! It was my first video as a child and I love swimming and fish ! Sebastian is hilarious x

  30. i love big hero 6 i think it is an amazing movie, very well written and a brilliant story; it caused me to well up a couple of times!

  31. Brave! I just love the whole film it’s brill. I love all the characters, the story, the gorgeous scenes and music. I love Merida, her brothers and her father! I love how her mother still feels the need to be like a lady even when she’s a bear. I’m so mesmerised by the magic! It’s just great xx

  32. It has to be Beauty and The Beast.I love a great love story and just adore Belle’s dress! Lumiere and Cogsworth are also a fabulous duo in the film.

  33. I have so many favourites with different memories behind them…
    ALADDIN is one of my super favourites, I remember having it on VHS and rewinding it to rewatch it as soon as the end credits came up. I wore it out and the tape snapped.
    THE PARENT TRAP is another of my fav ever…I even named my (now) 9 year old ‘Hallie-Anne’…I can recite the film word for word.
    THE LION KING…because, who doesn’t 😂

  34. Wow! I have always wanted to take my little princess to see Disney on ice. Her favourite is Moana and mine is Sleeping Beauty. I grew up with Disney and she is tje same 🙂

  35. I love Frozen. I think the story is brilliant and I loved the twist. The characters are relatable and the songs are very catchy

  36. Mine is frozen because I love the bond with the sisters I love that no matter how many times I watch it there is bits that still make me laugh

  37. My favourite is Aladdin. The music is great and Robin Williams made the film as the genie. The West End interpretation is fantastic too.

  38. I love Beauty and the Beast llove the characters belle, beast Mrs Potts little chip etc, love the songs be my guest etc (got that stuck in my head now) and the story it’s all so lovely

  39. Beauty and the beast is my favourite film! Belle is my favourite Disney princess, I mean have you seen her library! I’m so jealous!

  40. My Daughter is in love with Moana at the moment and loves to belt out the songs whenever she gets chance! Mine will always be The Little Mermaid ❤️

  41. I have always loved the Aristocats. Not just because of my love for cats, but I love the music and the story. I watch it with my boys and they love it too. I still find it funny! Also I used to watch it with my Grandad when I was a little girl. Great memories.

  42. Tough decision. Too many great films to choose from. But for sentiment reasons and a film i film every year leading up to Christmas…. It has the be “The Muppets Christmas Carol”. Cheesy, funny and above all a classic story.

  43. My favorite is UP, I love the story and rwminds me of my Nan and Grandad who sadly are not here anymore so this is my go to feel good film 😍

  44. The Aristocats because it was the first film I went to see at the cinema when I was a child, I fell in love with the cats, Thomas O’Malley was my favourite

  45. The Jungle book is my favourite disney movie. I just love all the animal characters and my daughter is a bit wild and reminds me of Mowgli.

  46. A little girl going to the cinema to watch a spectacular Disney film, Sleeping Beauty the experience was tremendous. It was so magical and I still love watching it today. And it’s one of my granddaughters favourite films to.

  47. I love beauty and the beast – because it has that great moral to the story “never judge a book by its cover” a truly romantic ending and a stunning princess dress

  48. I have always loved Snow White. I suppose it’s the old ‘good vs evil’ and the happy ending that make it great. And Snow White and the seven dwarfs are so cute and lovely to watch.

  49. Toy story (all of them), fab for all ages. Comical, some adult jokes and lovely story lines. Just can’t cope with more tears from Toy Story 4!

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