Disney On Ice Frozen Las Vegas Show Tickets
Disney On Ice: Frozen Las Vegas Show Tickets
UNLV and The Thomas Mack Center are excited to be hosting Disney on Ice: Frozen, January 6-11, 2016. The ten performances are among a wide array of events that have taken place at the Thomas Mack Center where numerous concerts, music festivals, conventions and boxing events are held. With an almost 20,000 seating capacity available The Thomas Mack Center offers a superb choice as host facility for the Disney on Ice musical touring show. The facility was named after two prominent Nevada bankers, E. Parry Thomas and Jerome D. Mack. Disney on Ice is a series of touring ice shows produced by Feld Entertainment under agreement with The Walt Disney Company whose primary target audience is children. If you are planning to be or already live in the Las Vegas area you can get Disney on Ice: Frozen tickets here for all ten of the upcoming shows taking place at The Thomas Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Each show features figure skaters dressed as Disney cartoon characters in performances that combine elements from various Disney films. The “stars” of the show are credited as the Disney characters themselves, performing their parts in mock cameos, while the name of the actual skater remains anonymous. Frozen, released in 2013 is an American 3D computer animated musical fantasy film inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale The Snow Queen and the film tells the story of two princesses Elsa and Anna, who are also sisters. Anna a fearless young woman sets off on an epic journey with her unlikely new friends, an iceman named Kristoff and his reindeer, Sven to find her estranged sister Elsa who left home after her special ability of magically making snow was exposed during the reception of her coronation. The Disney film Frozen won two Academy Awards for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song “Let it Go”, the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film, Five Annie Awards including Best Animated Feature Film, two Grammy Awards for Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media and Best Song Written for Visual Media “Let it Go”, and two Critics’ awards for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song.