Disney On Ice is a touring ice-skating show featuring Disney characters like Donald Duck and Minnie Mouse. It happens in Vancouver at the PNE once a year.
In 2022, Disney On Ice is in Vancouver from November 23rd until the 27th.
This article contains the following information about Disney on Ice:
When and Where? | Admission Costs | Tips and Suggestions | Other Information
Disney On Ice: Road Trip Adventures in Vancouver
Disney On Ice puts on magical performances at venues around the world. The show on skates visits many cities across North America in 2022. Disney On Ice: Road Trip Adventures comes to Vancouver this fall with daily shows in the fourth week of November.
The stadium experience takes viewers on a journey to different Disney destinations. The show features favourite characters from popular Disney productions. There’s Mickey Mouse, Aladdin and Mary Poppins. Also featured are characters from Frozen, Toy Story, Moana, The Incredibles, and more.
The performers at Disney On Ice are all very talented and put on awesome shows. There’s lots of singing, dancing and even acrobatics to enjoy. Of course, the shows take place on ice, which makes the performances even more impressive.
For the main shows, kids under the age of 14 are welcome to arrive in costumes. Costumes are not allowed for older folks. This year, there are also Preshows happening before the main performances.
Access to the Preshow requires a separate ticket. The Preshow experience runs for between 45 and 60 minutes and includes photo opportunities with Moana and Mickey Mouse, plus games and crafts activities. It’s a fun way to meet and interact with famous Disney characters before they hit the ice.
When and Where?
Disney On Ice takes place at the PNE’s Pacific Coliseum. The venue is located at 100 North Renfrew Street in Vancouver. In 2022 the event has shows from Wednesday, November 23rd, until Sunday, November 27th.
There is one show on both the Wednesday and Thursday, followed by two shows on the Friday. On the weekend there are three shows each day. Exact times are listed below (but are subject to change).
- Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022 – 7:00 pm
- Thursday, November 24th, 2022 – 7:00 pm
- Friday, November 25th, 2022 – 3:30 pm and 7:00 pm
- Saturday, November 26th, 2022 – 11:30 am, 3:30 pm and 7:00 pm
- Sunday, November 27th, 2022 – 11:30 am, 3:30 pm and 7:00 pm
In addition to the main shows, there are also Preshow events. The Preshows start one hour before the main attraction on most days.
CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES IN VANCOUVER
A number of Christmas attractions start up for the season in November. Happening at the same time as Disney On Ice are the Vancouver Christmas Market, Canyon Lights at Capilano Bridge and Christmas Glow in Langley. A few more Christmas attractions are in operation too, and lots more are on their way! For the full list see our article about Best Christmas Activities.
There are two types of tickets. Admission to the Preshow is sold separately from tickets for the actual Disney On Ice performance. Prices below are accurate as of early November in 2022.
Disney On Ice: Road Trip Adventures Prices
Tickets to watch Disney On Ice are available online. Prices range from $25 up to about $130 per person (plus taxes and online fees). Toddlers under the age of 2 can get in for free. However, there are no special rates for older children or seniors. Instead, everyone ages 2 and above pays the same general admission rate.
Admission prices vary depending on the day and the section you select. Tickets on weekday evenings are the least expensive. Tickets on weekend nights, on the other hand, cost more. Prices for seats in the upper bowl are significantly cheaper than seats closer to the action.
Preshow Ticket Prices
Admission to the Preshow is sold separately.
On the first day of Disney On Ice, so on November 23rd in 2022, tickets for the Preshow cost about $70 per person. Tickets for Preshow activities on other days cost about $80. Admission is only free for little kids under the age of 2.
Tips and Suggestions
Below are some tips and advice to help you make the most out of your experience at Disney On Ice.
TIP#1: Doors for each performance open about an hour before the listed show times. Even though seating is reserved, it’s best to arrive early and get settled into your seats well before the show begins. Give yourself lots of time just in case traffic is bad.
TIP#2: Tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded. This is unfortunate but good to know before booking.
TIP#3: Tickets can be booked only in groups of up to eight. For groups of fifteen or more people, it’s best to contact Disney On Ice directly. Large groups may be able to save money on tickets and suites might also be available.
To learn more about the event visit the Disney On Ice website.
Other touring events put on by the same company include Jurassic World Live Tour and Monster Jam.
Other articles that might be of interest include the following:
- Pacific National Exhibition
- Vancouver Shows and Entertainment
- November Events Calendar
- Vancouver Rainy Day Activities
- Best Places for Children
- Top Things to Do at Christmas