Disney on Ice Returns With New Health and Safety Measures

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Slowly but surely, The Walt Disney Company’s various sectors are returning after a nearly total shutdown amid the ongoing pandemic. Today, Disney announced that Disney on Ice will soon resume touring with a variety of new health and safety protocols in-place for Guests who attend performances.

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At this time, there is only one Disney on Ice event scheduled, presumably so the cast and crew can become comfortable with a system that is sure to be much different than what they were use to in a pre-pandemic world.

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Disney on Ice’s “Dream Big” production will be in Dallas, TX at American Airlines Center from Nov. 6-15, 2020. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased here.

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The official Disney on Ice website also features this Guest Wellness notice:

TICKETING INFORMATION

Pod seating starts at $20 per seat. Additional fees, restrictions and exclusions may apply. Subject to availability. Limit one (1) pod, maximum eight (8) tickets per transaction.

Reduced Capacity & Seating Pods

Based on government orders, public health advisories, and guest wellness protocols developed by Disney On Ice in conjunction with venues, seating capacity will be reduced for upcoming events and tickets will be available for sale in pre-determined “Seating Pods”. Pods will be physically distanced from one another.

Seating Pods must be purchased in their entirety and may not be divided. All tickets within a pod must be shared by people who have chosen to attend together. Sitting in any seat outside of your Seating Pods is not permitted. All Seating Pods are subject to availability. Each transaction may be subject to a pod limit and/or ticket limit at the time of purchase.

Face Coverings

All guests age 2 and older are required to have a ticket. Unless otherwise exempted by law, guests must wear a face covering except when actively eating and drinking. Violation of ticketing policies will void your tickets.

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A second health and safety notice reads:

Remember that each venue may also have additional or unique guidelines. Please visit the local venue policies page –linked in the Venue Information section above– for up to date health and safety information specific to your city. For more details about Disney On Ice Guest Wellness, please click the button below [linked here].

We have set enhanced health and safety guidelines which we require you to follow while attending a Disney On Ice event. An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, senior citizens and Guests with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable. Guests should evaluate their own risk in determining whether to attend. By attending a Disney On Ice event, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.

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Disney on Ice has not announced how many of its touring performances will be returning in late 2020 and early 2021. Last year, performances included a road trip adventure with Mickey Mouse and friends (Toy Story and Cars featured heavily in this show) and a skating extravaganza called Mickey’s Search Party.

Stay tuned to Inside the Magic for more details as they emerge.

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Disney on Ice is a great way for Disney fans to celebrate memories and create magic close to home when they can’t get to Disney World or Disneyland.

Are you and your family excited that Disney on Ice is back? 

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