Monday, 20 April 2015

Disney On Ice Presents Dare to Dream Australian Tour and a Ticket Giveaway...

Did you know that tickets are currently on sale for the 2015 ice-spectacular of Disney On Ice presents Dare to Dream Australian Tour?

Each year, Disney On Ice visits Australian cities and presents magical shows which thrill audiences of all ages. If you've never seen one of these breath-taking performances, then this is your time to experience the magic.

From the 5th of June until the 12th of July, Disney On Ice presents Dare to Dream will be touring at a location near you.

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Disney On Ice presents Dare to Dream brings two of Disney's most popular modern princess stories - Tangled and The Princess and the Frog as well as the ever-popular fairy tales of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves and Cinderella, together on ice. Watch the magic of 75 years of Disney princess stories - both the modern and the classic, come to life in this skating spectacular.

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Australian Tour Dates:

Perth: Friday 5th - Sunday 7th June at Perth Arena.
Adelaide: Friday 12th - Saturday 14th June at Adelaide Entertainment Centre
NSW: Friday 19th - Sunday 21st June at Newcastle Entertainment Centre
Queensland: Saturday 27th - Monday 29th June at Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Melbourne: Thursday 2nd - Monday 6th July at Hisense Arena
Sydney: Wednesday 8th - Sunday 12 July at Allphones Arena, Olympic Park

Tickets start from $29.50 and additional discounts are available on select performances.
For full details visit Disney On Ice
To purchase tickets visit Ticketek or call Ticketek on 132 849.

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Six lucky Six Little Hearts readers will win 4 tickets to the following shows:
 
Perth Arena Friday 5th June, 7pm.
Adelaide Entertainment Centre Friday 12th June, 7pm.
Newcastle Entertainment Centre Friday 19th June, 7pm.
Brisbane Entertainment Centre Sunday 28th June, 5pm.
Hisense Arena, Melbourne Sunday 5th July, 5pm.
Allphones Arena, Sydney Olympic Park Friday 10th July, 7pm.

Each prize valued at $178 each. 
Total prize pool of this giveaway is $1068.
 
Please share the love! If you know of another family who would love to know about the Disney On Ice presents Dare to Dream Australian tour and enjoy the chance to win tickets to attend, then let them know about this giveaway by sharing on your social media.
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*Disclosure: Six Little Hearts received tickets to attend this event in exchange for this feature.
All opinions expressed are those of this blog's Author.

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93 comments:

  1. Cinderella's my favourite one
    The original classic who can't be outdone
    Now little miss 4 just adores her too
    Loves the ball and her glass shoe!!!!

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  3. Our favourtie Disney Princess is Merida from Brave- we love how feisty and strong she is!

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  4. Oh I went to Disney on Ice as a kid and it was so fantastic!!

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    1. Isn't it wonderful! I adore the Princess ones too - so pretty.

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  5. Melissa Puli - My favourite disney character is Cinderella... nothing like a new pair of shoes to change your life!

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  6. Cinderella - wouldn't it be lovely to have a fairy Godmother to buy us clothes and shoes, organise transport so we can drink at parties and get home safely, and after years of house cleaning not having to do it any more because we marry into money.

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  7. This shows looks amazing. Not sure I could manage to talk any of my teen girls into going but it looks like a lot of fun. I rather like Snow White but possibly as I'm a little behind the Disney Princess Times with teen girls.

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    1. My teenaged Daughter still loves Disney On Ice. It is so magical and relaxing to watch. I really think these shows are appropriate for all ages. When else do you ever get to watch professional ice skating live? Wonderful!

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  8. The Little Mermaid - Ariel has been my favourite Disney Princess and Movie since I was a little girl. I always wanted to be able to sing like her.

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  9. I may be middle-aged but I still LOVE Disney everything! I've never seen Disney on ice. My kids are big now but I have plenty of nieces and nephews! :-)

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    1. Go for it Min and enter. I think Disney shows are perfect for all ages. I think I will keep going even when my last has left home!

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  10. Jasmine from Aladdin she is defiantly the sassy princess and my daughter adores her, She dressed up as her at a parade we went to and Aladdin came past on a float and blew her a kiss! She couldn't believe it.

    Karina. J

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  11. My favourite is Belle, as I was always a bit of a bookworm. I liked to pretend that I looked like her too (I really don't!) My girls love Ariel - they love her bright red hair and her funny friends, Flounder and Scuttle. I absolutely love ice-skating, so this would be a treat for me as well as the girls!

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    1. Sorry, forgot my name! Alison Wilson

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    2. Congrats Alison - you are our Melbourne winner!

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  12. Rapunzel - she is it just the best Princess

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  13. Rapunzel too, even though she gave me unrealistic expectations about my own hair... however I do like a good frying pan.

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  14. Oh my goodness, Punky would absolutely love this (and so would I to be honest!).

    My favourite Disney Princess is Princess Anna from Frozen. I love the fact that she never gives up trying to save her sister, that she is up for anything, and the fact that in the end she doesn't need anyone to save her but herself. She's my kind of Princess!

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  15. I love Rapunzel. All that gorgeous hair.

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  16. Disney On Ice - what a treat! -
    But naming just one Princess is no easy feat.
    So let's go with what 'round these parts is on current repeat.
    She's got sass, sparkle and style, although minimally dressed -
    But you see, Miss Three, is mermaid obsessed!
    So it's Ariel for us - just a touch above the rest!
    - Rebecca McGregor

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  17. Having the knickname Bel - Belle from Beauty and Beast has to be my favourite. That yellow ball gown i must say is also exquisite - just my style so i cast my vote for Belle xxx Belinda burns (sydney) thank you :) Good luck everyone

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  18. Wow this looks fantastic! I can only imagine as I kid going to something like this would be AHH MAZING! It certainly beats the barn dance nights from my country upbringing

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  19. My girls would absolutely love this show. Izzy just got a pair of roller blades, and I could totally see her getting into this, even trying to do the dances haha. Might be dangerous. We are just getting into the world of Disney princesses, thanks to Frozen, and I'd have to say Elsa and Anna are there faves. I really like the story of Cinderella, she's my favourite.

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    1. Congratulations Alicia - you are our South Australian winner!

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  20. Ariel I love her long beautiful hair!
    - Narelle Rock

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  21. I would totally love to take my daughter to this.

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  22. For me, the Disney Princess Belle is the one
    I share her love of books, and her beauty can't be outdone
    Ask her to conform to the rules, she won't
    She sees beauty in things where others don't.

    Michelle Vamvas. Melbourne show PRETTY PLEASE!!! (My three young daughters would think I'm mum of the century!!)

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    1. I love this and I wish I had another set of tickets!

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  23. Ariel - who hasn't practiced the mermaid swim stroke in the pool? Jillian Walton

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  24. Ariel - a gorgeous red head just like my cheeky two year old. Jade Williams

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  25. My favourite is Rapunzel because she is so brave and thinks the best of everyone. Miss 2 would say Ariel and Miss 5 would say Cinderella.

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  26. I might be slightly bias but, I ladore Belle because we share a love of books and libraries. She was also unwavering in the fight to save her father and she still showed great kindness to The Beast, even though he imprisoned her.

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  27. Jasmine. I have always wanted a flying rug and a pet tiger.

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  28. Cinderella is always been my favourite Princess. I just love those glass shoe and pumpkin carriage

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  29. My favourite is the feisty red haired girl in Brave - love a bit of tomboy action in a Disney move!

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  30. Cinderella. Probably why I have my shoe obsession.

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  31. Princess Aurora because Sleeping Beauty is my all time favourite fairy story. (Alex Prichard)

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  32. Cinderella has always been my favourite as it makes you believe in your dreams and nothing is impossible

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  33. we love Mulan. She is strong and Brave- and proves girls can do anything boys can.... if not better. Plus she is based on a real life person. What better role model.

    -Faith Olsen- (Sydney)

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    1. Totally agree! Congratulations - you are our Sydney winner. :D

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  34. belle is one of my favourites due to her feistiness Rachael L

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  35. I always adored Belle, she was a dreamer and a reader, and not too silly to fall for a vapid handsome face. She was incredibly loyal, and able to see beyond the surface to the good beneath. I love how Disney weave wonderful role models into their magic, and one of the beautiful things about having daughters is being able to experiance the Disney Princess Magic all over again

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  37. Belle as we share the same dreamy ideas, love of books and the same nickname! - Belinda

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  38. Smart, composed, humble and most importantly non-judgemental, Belle is..... the 'belle' of them all!

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  39. Princess Jasmine loved her and aladdin!!

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  40. Belle is a beautiful person inside and out. She sees the good in the beast and doesn't judge him by his appearance.

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  41. Snow White, as I am an animal lover too.
    Karen Thompson

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  42. I love Merida from Brave. She is fearless and loving and independent and feisty. A great role model for all girls and boys. Sarah McIntosh

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    1. All good traits - you are our WA winner - well done!

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  43. My little Princess says Belle from Beauty & The Beast is her favourite because she can put up with living with a Beast, which is just like having a little brother! Another successful parenting moment, lol.

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  44. I love belle from beauty and the beast. She shows us how to love and care for others despite their appearance

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  45. Princess Merida,
    Who I like,
    Red haired rocket,
    Angry little mite.
    Nothing scares her,
    Finds her way,
    Has great friends,
    Keep her going each day!

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  46. I'd have to save Merida from Brave as I grew up with red hair and she's as non-conformist and as much as a tomboy as I ever was ;)

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  48. We want to see Rapunzel - with her long magical golden hair, she sings so beautifully and without a care, she'll skate so freely after being in the tower, I hope her magical hair hasn't lost it's power. ;)

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  49. Cinderella, because she dares to dream! Irena

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  50. Ariel i do love a mermaid plus her red hair and beautiful voice shes wonderful

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  51. Cinderella because she is simply beautiful

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  52. Rapunzel is my daughter's favourite she loves her free spirit andher magical golden hair, she is determined to grow her hair as long, also i went to disney on ice when i was the same age as her it was an magomagical experience i love to share that with her and her little brother

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  53. Rapunzel is my daughter's favourite she loves her free spirit andher magical golden hair, she is determined to grow her hair as long, also i went to disney on ice when i was the same age as her it was an magomagical experience i love to share that with her and her little brother

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  54. As a kid I loved Snow White but now they are bringing sassier more independent princesses I think my favourite is Merida from brave she has so many endearing qualities and I love she's more of a tomboy. Kristy winters

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  55. Love Cinderella its just a wonderful story and the movie i thought was 10/10. My girls have never been to disney on ice and would just be amazed!!!

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  56. Rapunzel as she has beautiful hair

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  57. I would love to take my daughter to see this, she is 3 and is obsessed about anything Princess, I just took her to see Cinderella and she loved it!

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  58. Cinderella, kindness though denied to her, she bestows it even to the smallest creatures, and when all seems hopeless she still dares to dream

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  59. Belle is a fabulous character. Smart, strong and witty, with a heart of gold.

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  60. Belle. I love the message it sends to my little princess that her prince doesn't necessarily have to have brown wavy hair and a sparkle in their eye the first time they meet. Her prince could be anyone.

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  61. Snow White she is a kind, friendly and gentle princess, with lips red as a rose and skin white as snow a perfect role model for my little princesses.

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  62. Even with all the new Disney Princesses emerging over the years, Snow White is still me favourite. I use to watch it on a Video player (believe they don't exist anymore) and had a read along book and cassette tape (believe cassette tapes don't exist either). And only being able to name 6 of the 7 dwarfs. I think everytime i tried i came up with a new combination of names (and maybe even made up some names). She has a big heart, she's sweet and kind and her voice is magical. (even with the glitches on the video and cassette tape).
    Lisa Thomson.

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  63. My favourite character is Brave, she is really brave like my daughter and also with almost the same hair!
    Maria Luraschi

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  64. You just can't beat that Cinderella with the gorgeous dress and handsome fella from rags to riches in one event that Prince Charming is such a gent

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  65. Cinderella, I love that the nice girl got her Prince and lived happily ever after
    Bec Cronin

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  66. Rapunzel - I was always jealous of that gorgeous long hair when i was little (mum used to cut my hair short in a bob)

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  67. Miss 5 and I adore the stunningly beautiful and warmhearted Snow White.
    We love her sweet nature, happiness and her angelic voice that brings delight.

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    1. Lisa Singh (AustMummyLisa). Brisbane show please :)

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  68. I love Belle from Beauty and the Beast. I saw the stage show many years ago and fell in love with the story and music. But Frozen is still the fav amongst the small people here.

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  69. I love Jasmine because of her strong character but my nieces love her too because that's the name of the older sister they never had a chance to meet. Their mummy has always told them their sister was taken to Heaven to become a Princess. So when they watched Aladdin for the first time, they genuinely thought the movie was about their sister! I'd love to see their faces at Disney on Ice when Princess Jasmine comes out on her flying carpet!

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  70. My favourite Disney princess is Tiana. She works hard for what she wants to achieve and learns that she needs to take a break sometimes. She's loving and always wants to do what's best.

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  71. Belle, she teaches our little princesses to be brave, intelligent and independent.

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  72. I love Pocahontas, not only was she based on a real woman but she is feisty, strong with a sense of adventure and a love of nature

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  73. Merida - not a 'pretty' princess, a resourceful, BRAVE and fearless one! She's earned her crown through skill and feistiness!

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  74. I have always admired Jasmine; strong-willed, adventurous, intelligent and kind. It seems fitting that I have been blessed with my own little princess who holds these very same traits... Love you millions Sara xx (Alicia Cleland )

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  75. Sleeping Beauty! Isn't it every mum's dream to just... Sleep!... For years! (Jess Bushby)

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