This giveaway is closed. The winners are Paige, Caren, Mandy Stribling, and Meghan. Congrats!
After going to our first Disney on Ice show two years ago it’s become a fall tradition for me and my girls. They both look forward to heading downtown and seeing the show. And, I must confess, so do I. We are big Disney fans!
Disney on Ice is returning to Nashville this fall and I’ve got 4 family four-packs of tickets to give away to four lucky readers. The show, which kicks off Oct. 3, is also being held during Metro Nashville’s first weekend of fall break, making it a fun staycation outing.
This year’s show features all of the favorite Disney princesses, from classic Disney princesses from movies of years ago, such as Snow White and Cinderella, to newer princesses such as Rapunzel from Tangled and Tiana from Princess and the Frog. With the help of our favorite fairy, Tinker Bell, the Disney Princesses embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Heroes Aladdin, Prince Philip, Prince Eric come into play to save the day. Produced by Feld Entertainment, Disney On Ice Princesses & Heroes features an incredible display of special effects, beautiful set design and breathtaking choreography on the ice that is always fun family entertainment a la Disney.
Holy sweet updos! Visions of Disney dress-up past with my girls in 2008 as Aurora and Tinker Belle.
To enter to win one of three family 4-packs of tickets*, please leave a comment on this post simply letting me know who your favorite Disney princess or hero is.
For up to four additional entries (please leave a new and separate comment on this post for each of these you do):
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I’ll select four winners from all eligible comments using Random.org; giveaway closes at midnight CST Sunday, September 29. Giveaway is open to U.S. residents, ages 18 and up.
*Prize will be in the form of ticket vouchers which must be picked up from will call at Bridgestone Arena and then turned in for actual tickets.