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Win Tickets to Disney on Ice and Join our Exclusive Meet and Greet Before the Show

UPDATED MARCH 12, 2020 – this event has been postponed until further notice. Feld Entertainment is once again bringing Disney on Ice to the Von Braun Center in Huntsville and while that’s pretty exciting all by itself we’ve got even bigger news! We’re giving away 10 family four packs and five (5) very lucky Rocket City Mom readers are going to win the chance to attend a Meet and Greet before the show on Friday, October 16th! 

About the Show

Feld Entertainment invites families to turn an ordinary day into an extraordinary one at its new ice extravaganza, Disney On Ice presents Let’s Celebrate! Presented by Stonyfield YoKids Organic Yogurt, featuring more than 50 classic and contemporary Disney characters in a captivating compilation of favorite holidays and celebrations from around the world.

Audiences will experience the ultimate celebration of celebrations as they join Mickey Mouse and friends on a delightful tour of festivities jam-packed with fun surprises, spectacular skating and vibrant costumes. The production’s original storyline transports audiences to exciting events with their favorite Disney characters, including a Valentine’s Day Royal Ball with Princess Tiana; a Very Merry UnBirthday Party with Alice and the Mad Hatter; Jack Skellington’s frightfully festive Halloween party with the Disney Villains; and a Hawaiian luau with Lilo and Stitch.


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“The show takes on a contemporary perspective with new music, choreography, costumes and video technology that pumps incredible energy into every moment of the show,” says writer Jerry Bilik. “Mickey even causes a few mix-ups with his Digital Global Destinator, but in the end everything wraps up in one of the happiest celebrations ever!”

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How to Win

From October 5-13th RCM fans will have the chance to enter and win tickets in several different ways.


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  • Leave a comment on this post. Share your favorite Disney memory or your favorite celebration (Halloween? Valentine’s Day? Christmas?) in the comment section below and on Friday, October 9, we’ll pull ticket and Meet and Greet winners and announce right here on this post! Note: Make sure the email address you leave is one you check regularly because that’s how we’ll contact the winners. 
  • Facebook – Watch our Facebook page all this week and next for giveaway posts and make sure to like and comment to be entered.
  • Instagram – If you’re not already following us on Instagram then this is the PERFECT time to start because we’ll also be running a contest over there and at least one of our Meet and Greet winners will be pulled from Instagram.

Good Luck!

Show Details

When: October 15-18
Where: Von Braun Center (map)
Cost: Upper Level, $15-$25 | Lower Level, $15-$35 | Floor, $60
Discount(s): Use the code CELEBRATE and save 25% off tickets. Not valid on RINKSIDE seating or get seats (while they last) via Groupon.


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  • My favorite celebration is Christmas because it’s a time to spend with family and celebrate our faith.

    • Halloween I guess just put the decorations up today. This would be an awesome birthday for my grandson Landon. His 5th birthday is October 16th. We would love to go. Never been to Disney but always have dreamed of going. My grandson Blake and granddaughter would also enjoy this so much. And so would Nana.

  • My favorite Disney memory is taking my 1 and 2 year-old in February for their first trip. I had been many times before, but watching your children experience the magic for the first time is so much fun!

  • We love Christmas time at Disney World. Nothing like snow and hot chocolate at Hollywood Studios.

  • My favorite holiday memory is Thanksgiving at Disney because that’s where I married my best friend!!! It was the best trip ever!

  • My favorite Disney Memory is a little 4 year old boy sitting anxiously on an airport bench, with his stuffed Pluto beside him, waiting to board the plane to Disney World. The anticipation is the best!!

  • Traditionally every Valentines Day! I always make these really cute Valentines bags fill it up with Goodies for my kids and put it on there beds,so when they come home from school they have there Valentines Surprise!

  • My favorite Disney on Ice experience is seeing my little ones’ (now 4-6yrs) happy faces! That is the best feeling when u know u made ur little ones’ day. Thank u for everything u do for us Rocket city moms! U rock?

  • Our favorite moment was Disney’s not so scary Halloween. Seeing all the characters in costume and our family in ours. It really is worth it 🙂 oh and the parade!!

  • My favorite Disney memory is taking my daughter to see Disney on Ice for the first time. She was so excited to see Mickey and Minne and all of her favorite Disney characters.

  • I love Disney but my favorite Disney memory is seeing my kids faces light up with pure joy when they see their favorite characters skate out on the ice rink.

  • I have so enjoyed seeing the look on my daughter’s face the first time she saw a Disney On Ice performance two years ago. Then she turned and looked at me and said Thank You Mom for bringing me! then hugged me real tight. I felt like the Best Mom EVER! Just making my daughter that happy made my day!

  • During high school, I was in our marching band. We were invited to participate in the birthday celebration parade. We also got behind the scene tours. It was an experience that I won’t forget!

  • My favorite Disney memory is from our trip with my whole family a little over a year ago. My son was almost 2 and my nephews were 3 and 5. We had so much fun and it was even better watching it through the eyes of these 3 little boys. Everything was new and exciting.

  • I always loved going to the Disney on ice when I was little and I would love to take my children!

  • My daughter LOVES the Disney movie “Twice Upon a Christmas” which has several short stories involving Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy and other characters. We have been watching it every few weeks since last Christmas, lol!

  • Halloween is my favorite holiday. My birthday is close to Halloween and I loved having spooky birthday parties as a kid.

  • My favorite Disney memory was our first family trip two years ago. Seeing the look on my then 18-month old’s face when he saw everything was priceless!

  • My favorite Disney memory is taking my 5 year old on her first roller coaster ride at the Magic Kingdom last May. Her face was priceless!

  • Every Saturday night my mama would make peach cobbler topped with Vanilla ice cream and we would watch a Disney movie I always picked Bambi and cried the whole time 🙂 now my daughter watches it and cries and yes….sometimes I cry with her!

  • My favorite Disney memory is the “It’s a small world” ride. I will never forget the excitement I had as a young child. I Cannot wait until my little girl is old enough to take!

  • My favorite Disney memory is when I took my daughter to Frozen on Ice. It was magical, and the expressions on her face were PRICELESS!!!

  • My favorite holiday celebration was last Christmas. Santa brought my 4 year old son all of the plush Mickey Mouse Clubhouse characters from the Disney store. He snuggled with all of them as we ate cookies and milk and watched Mickey Mouse Clubhouse in our pajamas.

  • My favorite memory is when my little girl, who was 2 at the time, met Mickey and Minnie mouse at her 1st trip to Disney World in July 2012.

  • Which took are oldest when he was three and it was amazing! The look of wonder and excitement in his eyes is a memory we will cherish forever, it was beyond magical!

  • I’ve never gotten to actually go to a Disney event or park, because we’ve always either had the money and not the time or had the time and not the money. BUT, one day years ago my brother bought me a talking Eeyore doll, because he knows I’m such a fan of Pooh and friends. It’s one of the very few things my brother has ever given me. It meant a lot that I was thought of. That’s about as close to a Disney memory that I have.

  • We love Christmas! This is our first year in the Huntsville area and we are so excited to find and experience all the new holiday traditions in the area!

  • My fav memory of Disney would be when we took our kids for the first time, and mine, to Disney World. They loved everything but seeing their faces and excitement as we were on the boat crossing over was priceless. Their first glimpse at the castle was amazing.

  • Our favorite family memory was our Christmas at Disneyworld three years ago. My daughter was only 6 months old, but she was so excited to meet Mickey and Minnie! She couldn’t stop staring at Minnie’s pretty bow and gave Mickey a big kiss on his nose. She would love Disney on Ice! We’re crazy Disney fans!!

  • We are going as a whole family for Christmas! Looking forward to seeing the whole family.

  • My favorite trip to Disney was during New Years. I am looking forward to taking my kids in a few years.

  • My favorite holiday is Halloween with Disney! I love to see the characters trick or treat!

  • My favorite Disney memory is when I took my girls to see Frozen on Ice. Just the look on their faces, melted my heart!!

  • My favorite Disney memory is the look on my children’s faces when they met Mickey and Minnie at Disney world. They do exist!! Priceless. 🙂

  • I went to Disneyland in 3rd grade, and was able to take my best friend because it was a kids fly free with adult ticket.

  • My favorite trip to Disney World was when my husband proposed time in front of Cinderella’s castle 6 yrs ago. Would love to take my 2 girls to that same castle next year

  • My favorite Disney memory was visiting for my sister’s wedding. It was a beautiful ceremony at the Boardwalk and we also had a wonderful vacation celebrating their union. We also went this past January with our baby and loved seeing her enjoy all the rides and sights!

  • I’ve had many wonderful Disney memories, but my absolute favorite is the first time my daughter saw Mickey. She is in love with Mickey and Minnie! When she saw Mickey, from the very top of VBC at Frozen on Ice, she started dancing and squealing! I was surprised at her reaction with her only being 10 months old at the time. She would love to be able to meet Mickey in person!

  • I took my 9 year old daughter for her first Disney on ice experience when frozen played at the VBCC. She was so excited to see all the disney characters at the beginning she cried with excitement. That look on her face was priceless! I have yet to take her to Disney word, we were going to go this year during xmas since its also her 10th birthday but our plans fell though so hopefully next year!! =)

  • I would love to celebrate our October/Nobember birthdays with a trip to see Disney on Ice with my 3 little princesses! Our fave holiday is Christmas.

  • My favorite celebration is Christmas time because it celebrates the birth of our Lord & Savior!

  • My favorite Disney memory was when We took our son to Magic Kingdom when he was three years old! We had such a good time!

  • My favorite Disney memory is just being a little girl and loving all the fairytale stories, now can share these memories with my two little girls. I took my 4 yr to a Yo Kids Disney On Ice for the first time last year and the look on her face, I will never forget!

  • My most memorable Disney moment was my son and niece first visit to Disney World which was our family vacation in last year. We only did 2 days at the park but they really enjoyed themselves. We are looking forward to doing the Disney Cruise next or possibly a holiday trip!

  • My favorite Disney memory would be going for the first time to Disney World when I was pregnant with our little girl for a wedding. We made a t-shirt for her there that read, “dreams do come true.” We passed that shirt on to the couple, who’s wedding we were there for, had their first child. A beautiful memory in a magical place!

  • My favorite Disney memory is going to the parks as a kid with my family. I can’t wait to take my own kids.

  • My favorite Disney memory is when I got to see The Lion King broadway musical.

  • My favorite Disney memory is when my husband (then boyfriend) proposed to me at Disneyland right after the fireworks show. He had a champagne flute engraved with Mickey holding flowers and the words “Will you marry me?” on it with the ring inside the glass! The most magical Disney memory!!!

  • My favorite Disney memory is when both my boys saw the snow falling on Main Street during the Christmas Party in Magic Kingdom for the first time. It was magical with the castle as the backdrop. The boys loved playing in the “snow.”

  • My son is three and his favorite character is Mickey. We’ve never been to anything Disney related with him and won’t be able to take him to Disney World for at least another year. We would be so grateful for the chance to meet and greet with Mickey and friends, or even just the family 4 pack to see the show. My son is Mickey obsessed and this would be the highlight of his year! This would really help us make him happy while not having much money to spend of frivolous things. Thank you for reading 🙂

  • My favorite Disney memory is when I took my 6 year old firstborn to Disney World for the first time. It was magical.

  • Our favorite celebration is Christmas! This year we will get to have Christmas celebration at Disney World so I’m sure that will be come our favorite memory!

  • My favorite Disney memory is simply from seeing disney world for the first time for my 21st birthday. My mom wanted to take me and I hope to take my daughter when she gets older maybe for her 5th or 6th birthday:-)

  • Favorite Disney memory, we did Disney World 2 years ago now, the Osborne lights were amazing. Too bad they aren’t doing those anymore.

  • Getting engaged at Disney during Christmas time & the look on my little boy’s face the first time he saw Mickey Mouse. Unforgettable moments:)

  • My favorite disney moments are watching my girls faces light up when they get a chance to see a princess!!

  • My favorite Disney memory is eating a Mickey Mouse ice cream while watching the fireworks show at Magic Kingdom when I was a toddler. 🙂

  • My favorite Disney memory would be my Cinderella Birthday cake when I was about six years old. It was so pretty! It had a plastic Cinderella, the Prince, and a beautiful white wedding coach.

  • Hoping to plan our first Disney trip in the summer! My girls would love to see the show!

  • My favorite Disney memory is visiting Disneyland as a child! I’ve been several times since, but the first time was the greatest! Hope to do the same for my children so that they can make memories at Disney too! In the meantime, Disney on Ice will have to do!!

  • My favorite Disney memory is the first time my girls saw Mickey Mouse. Their squeals made my heart melt!

  • My favorite Disney memory is taking both of my girls to Disney World last year.

  • My favorite Disney Memory is at Disney on Ice last year. Minnie mouse touched my 5 year olds hand. She had the biggest smile on her face and LOVED it so much. She still talks about it!

  • Would love to win tickets for our four year old for Halloween. She’s at the perfect Disney age!

  • My favorite Disney memory is going for the first time to Disney world at 15 just me and my dad. It was a little weird being older, but I had a blast spending quality time with my dad. My favorite celebration is Halloween, because it’s so fun and carefree with no pressure to buy gifts or run around traveling here and there.

    • My favorite memory was my first time at Disney world I was 3 but still remember most of that visit to today. I was with my mom, dad, and sister. My mom took me on the dumbo ride and I remember I was flying through the sky, but I wasn’t scared cause I had my mom with me

  • Our daughter has seen Disney on Ice twice & has loved it. Now we have a new addition who hasn’t seen it yet. Can’t wait to take them both & my daughter turns 4 a few days after the show so it would be an amazing birthday present ?!

  • Christmas is our favorite! We love all the decorations and festivities, but most of all celebrating the Birth of Jesus!!

  • My favorite Disney memory is as a child when my younger sister saw the Magic Kingdom and explained, “dreams do come true!”

  • My favorite Disney memory is the first time my children met a Disney character. Seeing their eyes light up in wonder was truly amazing!

  • I have two favorite Disney memories! The first one is out honeymoon to Disney! It was so much fun. My second memory was my daughter’s first trip to Disneyworld last year! She was two and we all had so much fun!

  • My favorite Disney memory is watching frozen with my son and nieces!! It was his first time watching a “real movie theater movie” and he was so excited. My nieces sill love Elsa, as do we all.

  • We looooove Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween! It’s just such a wonderful family friendly exciting time!

  • I would say Halloween. It means fall is here and the weather gets really nice. I went to Disney when I was so little I don’t remember any of it. Now that I have a child i would love to take him.

  • We love Halloween! My son is really getting into it and we love disney as well. His favorites are Mickey and goofy

  • Anytime your family is together making wonderful memories is my favorite thing especially if you are at a Disney event !

  • My favorite celebration is New Years and Ground Hog’s day. My son was born on January 1 (New Year’s day) and My daughter was born on Feb 2 (Ground Hog’s day). They are my world and hapiness. I love them to infinity and beyond! Im a single mom and i do everything to make them happy. They LOVE disney and have never been to Disney on Ice. I would love to be able to take them so they can experience the magic but i cant afford it. I saw Pocahontas on ice when i was little with my father and i remember how magical it was for me. It would make them so happy to see their favorite disney characters up close for the first time!!!

  • Favorite Disney memory was surprising my oldest on her 8th birthday with 3 day passes to Disneyland. I was able to bring my dad as well which made for great memories since we never had the chance to go together when I was a child. My youngest will be turning 1 this month and my grandma is flying in to visit us. I would love to bring both both my girls and their “gigi” to Disney on ice! My youngest adores Minnie and uses the stuffed doll my oldest bought from her Disneyland trip as her lovey for bedtime.

  • My favorite disney memory was taking my kids the first time. They saw the castle and their mouths hung open. I was a single mom at the time and had worked overtime every weekend to save to take them. I was so happy they were happy I cried standing there watching them.

  • My favorite Disney memory is watching my girls experiencing Disney movies I grew up loving.

  • Favorite Memory is taking all three of my kids and watching their faces during the electrical parade. A memory I will never forget, that is the magic of Disney!

  • My favorite Disney memory is when my kids met Mickey Mouse in Disney world for the first time. They were so happy and it nearly brought me to tears.

  • My favorite Disney memory would have to be watching the Disney thanksgiving parade!! It is so much fun being there during the holidays.

  • Our favorite Disney memory is playing Jake & the NeverLand Pirates matching, Disney Sorry, Disney Princess Palace Pets Go Fish, & Hedbanz in the 12 days of Christmas last year. It was a great time to teach my three children that the Christmas season doesn’t end on the 25th of December but actually on the 5th of January. Lots of different family members got to share in the fun while we explained that the Advent season is the time of preparation leading to the Christ-child’s birth celebration.

  • My favorite memory is our 1st family vacation to Disney World last year. We stayed at Art of Animation and had a great time.

  • One of my most favorite Disney memories is when my son (obsessed with Toy Story) got to meet Buzz and Woody. As challenging as it was to control an ADHD kid standing in line for nearly 2 hours, it was totally worth it to see his little face light up.

  • We are new to the area and my daughter saw the commercial for this at the doctors office and went crazy. It would be a wonderful surprise for her. 🙂

  • We are new to the area and my daughter saw the commercial for this at the doctors office and went crazy. It would be a wonderful surprise for her. :). Our favorite memories areade everyday. Each day is a gift

  • I have too many favorite Disney memories, but I’ll always love thinking about my daughter’s excitement and squeals of laughter during rides, parades, and character greetings.

  • My favorite Disney memory is when I had my first sleepover birthday and my friends and I all got to watch Beauty and the Beast – it was magical! I can’t wait to do the same with my own daughter someday 🙂

  • My favorite Disney memory is watching the newest Cinderella movie with my 4 year old daughter at the Monaco theater. She was so excited to go that she wore ever piece of jewelry she owned because “princesses must look beautiful” she said. She was in awe at the entire movie (as was I)!

  • My favorite holiday has got to be Christmas. It’s my Lord and savior a birthday. I love the songs, the smells, the lights and I love the time I get to spend with my children.

  • My favorite Disney memory has to be Christmas time December 2013. It was the first family vacation we took as a newly blended family. Having my daughter, my stepdaughter, my husband, and parents was a magical time. It was my step daughter and husbands first Disney Trip. We waited 4 hrs in line to see Elsa and Anna. Planning to go back again next October, at which time we will have a new family member to join (Baby Kendrick Due February 2016).

  • My son absolutely LOVES Disney On Ice and is always disappointed he doesn’t get to meet Mickey. This would be a great opportunity for my two year old’s dream to come true. We love to celebrate Birthdays and Christmas and do the hotdog dance.

  • Favorite celebration is Halloween. Love getting dressed up and the weather and looking forward to spending time next year at Disney during October and celebrating Halloween in such a magical place.

  • My favorite Disney memory is from the past spring when we took our children to Disneyland for the first time.

  • Going to Disney world at Halloween and joining in the party. Wonderful time for my family.

  • My all time favorite Disney memory is going to Disney World with my family as a little girl. It was the BEST vacation! Now as a mom I am so excited to share the magic of Disney with my own little girl. This would be An amazing experience for my almost 2 year old!

  • Christmas is my favorite holiday, but we have lots of fun with Halloween too!

  • Christmas is my favorite holiday. It’s a wonderful time to be surrounded by family. This would be a great experience for my 4 year old who hasn’t experienced a live Disney show before.

  • With two small kids my favorite celebration is Christmas! I just love seeing the excitement on their faces Christmas morning!

  • My favorite is Christmas. Even though my kids are older it’s so exciting to see my nieces and nephews light up. My kids still have that twinkle in their eye. Hopefully Aunt Manda will win and have a good day with 2 very excited little girls!!!

  • My favorite disney memory is the countries in Epcot. I love the smell in Mexico and the Norway ride. The countries Light show was great too. Can’t wait To go back

  • My daughter is all about it. Mainly due to her mother lol. Would really like to win this for them and maybe a little for myself . Cheers

  • My favorite Disney moment happened as an adult a few years ago. I wasn’t a big Disney fan as a child. After hearing, the frozen song dozens of times, my family finally watched the movie while visiting friends on Easter. My friend’s daughter sang her heart out when the song started and we joined in. She told us to stop singing and wanted us to leave the house. Kids don’t play around with their Disney solos!

  • My Disney memory is a senior trip to Disney world. It was lots of fun and had a blast with my friends.

  • My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving! I love to get together with family! My youngest would love to get to go to Disney on ice!

  • My favourite Disney memory is seeing how excited my 14 month old gets when she sees Mickey. Her excitement alone is enough to make my day. We would love to win!

  • My best disney memory was from when I was 13 and got to disney with my family. Terminator had a 3D show and it was awesome! We loved jaws and ET. I hope to take my 2 children (ages 10 & 1) next year!

  • I have two favorite disney moments. My mom, dad, sister with her two children, and my son and I went to Disney world when my son was 6 months for Halloween! Then this year (my son was 2yo) my husband and I took him to Disneyland! We are excited to see disney on ice in a couple of weeks (my mom, dad, husband, son, and i).

  • My favorite Disney Celebration was my son Trey’s second birthday. (Sept. 3,2015). He is literally Mickey Mouse Obsessed!!! We had Mickey everything and he absolutely loved it. Just seeing his face light up when he saw all of his decorations was just heart melting. We have tickets to the Sunday show and would LOVE to meet Mickey. We are all dressing up in our Mickey Mouse gear! He won’t go anywhere without his Mickey blanket and pillowpet.

  • My favorite Disney memory was when my 2 year old son saw Mickey Mouse and ran and gave him hugs and kisses it was a sweet moment.

  • My favorite Disney story would have to be the first time I took my oldest son to his first Disney show. At this point in time he was crazy over anything Mickey Mouse. When he first saw Mickey Mouse step out his little eyes just lit up. To see the magic in my sons eyes was just an amazing feeling. We absolutely adore every time Mickey Mouse comes to Huntsville!

  • My favorite Disney memory is from the first time that we went to Disney World and the look on my then 2 year old son’s face! We all had a great time and he loved getting to meet Mickey and various other character’s in person! We would love to win a meet and greet 🙂

  • We took our daughter to Disneyland at 15 months old. I had been several times before, but it was so much fun to see her react to the princesses, and wanna hug on all the characters. She has loved anything Disney ever since.

  • I have many different favorite memories. However, the one that stands out the most is in 2008. We decided to drive to Disney World in November. My youngest son was just shy of 4 months old. Our first day there we seen Snow White (who is mine and my daughter favorite -She was 23 months old at this time). She and I was so excited. One of the awesome things about this particular meet and greet was memories, and awesome pictures we got of my youngest son getting his first kiss on the cheek from a princess. Snow White to be exact. This trip would be the best also because we got free tickets to go to Disney Christmas party. It was raining, but who cares it was beautiful and the park cleared out because of rain, and it was like we had it all to ourselves. This was an amazing holiday Disney style. °o°

  • I’ve never been to Disney on Ice. This would be great for my baby. He will be turning 1 on the 29th.

  • My favorite memory is the first time my oldest daughter met Cinderella. A completely magical moment for all of us!

  • My favorite memory was taking my daughter to a Disney on Ice show for the 1st time. She was so excited and we had a great time.

  • My favorite Disney memory is when Rapunzel made a pinky promise with my little girl during a dinner with princesses at the Magic Kingdom.

  • By far our family’s favorite holiday is Christmas. There is something magical and pure about that time of year. My favorite Disney memory is when my son opened up his Mickey Mouse stuffed animal for his birthday(dec 19) Mickey Mouse is his favorite! It’s hard to find things he likes because he has autism. But Mickey Mouse lights him up!

  • My favorite Disney memory is walking through the gates of the Magic Kingdom in Orlando and seeing Cinderella’s Castle.

  • My favorite Disney memory is the first time my son met Peter Pan. Peter asked him what his favorite part of Disney was so far, and my (then 2 year old) said “the monorail.” Peter never missed a beat, stood up, put his hands on his hips, and said, “I like the monorail, too. It flies like me.”

  • My favorite Disney memory was celebrating New Year’s Eve in the year 2000 at Disney and watching the fireworks over cinderellas castle. It was such an exciting time!!!

  • My 4-year-old daughter will be having her second eye surgery a few days after this show. Winning tickets to this event would be an absolute blessing to my precious daughter.

  • My daughter is a huge fan of any Frozen song . My favorite Disney memory is listening to her sing “Do You Wanna Build a Snowman”

  • My favorite Disney memory is when my 3 yr old walked into the Magic Kingdom for the first time this past month and when she met Aurora for the first time.

  • This isn’t exactly a good memory, but I was at Disney 9/11/2001. Second time in history that the park closed. Pretty terrifying. But they gave everyone 2 day passes and we went back 3 years later. We took my nieces and had a wonderful family time.

  • Last year my husband surprised our 4 year old daughter with a date night to see Disney on Ice. He told her to get dressed in her favorite fancy dress and he wore his Sunday best :). She came home with the biggest smile on her face and couldn’t stop telling me all about her special night and all the amazing princesses she saw. She talks about that night a lot and often asks if she and daddy can go again sometime :). I’d love to surprise them with tickets!

  • My favorite Disney memory was seeing my baby girl’s face light up when she saw Elsa, Anna & Olaf at Frozen On Ice. She absolutely loved it & so did we…

  • I grew up around the corner from Disneyland, so I have many wonderful memories there. But my favourite was when I took my now 14 year old daughter for the first time when she was not yet a year old. She was so full of wonder, she ohhed and ahhed over everything. And when we met Cinderella, she wasn’t standing or walking yet, so that sweet princess gathered her into her arms so we could take a picture of them together. She’s cherished that picture as she’s grown older. I’d love to take her, big sister, and little stepsister for a girls trip to see the show, they all want to go and I know we’d have a magical time!

  • My favorite Disney memory is when we took our kids to Disney world two summers ago, we went for a week and went with a huge group of family members and went to all four parks and both water parks. Hopefully, we can do it again one day and stay in one of the resorts! Cinderellas castle at night is beautiful!

  • My favorite Disney memory is the look on my daughter’s face when she saw Cinderella in person. The look of awe was precious!

  • Disney memory: i went in high school with the band. We chased (were followed by?) a rabbit all through Epcot, the same rabbit! It was very “Alice-esque”
    It’s a Small World was magical. Tower of Terror was thrilling. The Magic Kingdom was where time stood still. I’d love to recapture those days, those feelings, the experience again!
    My kid is OBSESSED with Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, btw. DOI would be a perfect outing for us!

  • My favorite Holiday is Christmas! Our favorite disney moment was when we took our daughter to Disney to celebrate her 2nd Birthday and her being able to go out and be around a bunch of people. She was born at only 2 lbs 5 oz and spent the first 2 yrs of her life pretty much at home to avoid germs to her weak immune system. She was so excited and we were so thankful that we had made it through all we had.

  • Favorite Celebration: My favorite Celebration is when family, from all around to come to visit. This usually happens on Christmas and Thanksgiving.

  • My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving. Getting the family together to celebrate being a family. Get to see my cousins, aunts, and uncles. And we sit down to enjoy a big Thanksgiving dinner. And afterwards we enjoy watching some traditional football.
    This will be my first Disney experience with my daughter. I believe she will enjoy every minute of the show.

  • My family has always loved Disney, I think it began with my mom getting us the Disney records when I was a kid and our memorizing all the songs…then of course all the great movies and characters. A memory I have of my first visit to Disneyworld is that my family and I were at the castle and they stopped while I continue walking down to see the parade…I of course panicked when I realized I’d gotten away from them. After what seemed like an eternity my dad got my arm, and took me back to the others. Despite that, I still love Disney and all it has to keep kids and adults alike fully entertained!

  • My favorite holiday is Christmas: celebrating Christ’s birth and everyone focuses on giving. How could it be any better?

  • My favorite Disney memory is when we took our 2 year old son for the 1st time and he saw Mickey Mouse.

  • My favorite Disney memory is taking my daughter to the Magic Kingdom in Disney World for the first time when she was 3. The expression on her face when she saw Cinderella’s Castle was priceless!

  • My favorite Disney memory was spending Halloween at Magic Kingdom. It was the best, Disney knows how to do it !

  • My favorite holiday is Christmas! I grew up in Australia where it’s summer time at Christmas, so it’s definitely an interesting way of celebrating the season. Now that I live in the beautiful USA, I love the cold weather at Christmas and feel truly blessed that I now get to celebrate Christmas in a more traditional way!

  • My best Disney moment was last fall break. While I didn’t even get the chance to go to Disney, my daughter went with her Dance Studio and she got the opportunity to dance in Downtown Disney. Seeing the pictures and video other parents sent to me, melted my heart. Letting her go without me was the hardest thing I had to do, but I couldn’t let her miss out on an opportunity of a lifetime for her. 🙂 Since I couldn’t afford a trip for my whole family last fall, I would love the opportunity to be able to bring a little bit of Disney to my younger kids this fall. Hope we win! Thanks for the chance!

  • One of my favorite holidays is Halloween! I love the creativity that it inspires and all of the fun local activites.

  • One of my favorite Disney moments was attending Disney on Ice last Christmas. During the whole show my 3yo danced and sing along the aisle!

  • My favorite celebration is Christmas! It’s so magical just like Disney. There’s nothing in the world I’d trade for experiencing all the magic as a child and I love passing it all on to my children!

  • I was a kid that didn’t get to go to very many events. My parents just didn’t do things specifically for kids. My grandmother did however spend alot of time with me and she took me to my first ‘on ice’ show and it was The Nutcracker. I loved it! I want to make sure that my little guy gets to see all of the stuff that I missed out on.

  • I absolutely loved watching the Mickey Mouse club on tv back when I was younger. I can still hear the Mickey Mouse song playing in my head for the song!!! Mickey Mouse , I can even hear the Mickey Mouse doll commercial in my thoughts also, There is one scene in the commercial where the little girl says ” He talked to me” love it!!!

  • Christmas! We love Christmas and start putting up decorations the day after Halloween! Both of my children 5 and 7 have a disney tree in their rooms! Disney mixes so well with Christmas!

  • I was a Princess girl myself.. Now my son watches dumbo and aladin, he just got into the lion king. He would LOVE this!!

    I remember my family and I went to Disney for their 25th anniversary in FL, everything was magical. I would love to have Landon (our son) have a magical experience like this!

  • I would like to take my son he’s never been to Disney on ice. I would like to see all the children faces when they all come out on stage,there little faces light up as a glow worm. I enjoy Thanksgiving because we are thankful for the pilgrims and Indians to serve as our country. We should be thankful to spend time with our family and friends. I enjoyed spending time with my family, I’m thankful so much. I like sofa the first, mickey,doc ms stuffing, beauty and the beast, buzz,frozen, woody,Donald duck

  • My favorite Disney memory is going to Disney World as a child and getting all the characters’ autographs. I am excited to take my little ones to do the same!

  • My favorite Disney memory is my first trip to Disneyworld Epcot with my parents, my grandparents, and my great aunt. I was only 8 years old and we drove with 6 folks in the car from Missouri to Florida!

  • I’m really loving Halloween with my 2 year old because the weather is cooler but not COLD, my son gets to dress up really cute, and we get to take him to the pumpkin patch to have tons of fun. He got so excited when he saw the Disney on Ice commercial last night but I’ve been unsure if he is too little to pay the money. I would love to win so I can take him after all! Thanks for the giveaway!

  • My favorite Disney memory was went I was 5 years old. I had just gotten over having chicken pox and my mom took me to Disney World (mommy/daughter trip) for my first time. I loved riding the train, eating the Mickey Mouse ice cream, getting a Mickey Mouse balloon and riding Thunder Mountain, and the Haunted House. Still today when I walk into Disney World (which since moving here hasn’t happened) I still get those feelings of magic and being a kid again.

    • I took my son to the Frozen on Ice here in Huntsville and that was out first time attending Disney on ice. We had a ball. He is only two but I could tell he really enjoyed.

  • My favorite Disney memory is when my 4-year-old sang Bare Necessities to Balou and King Louie as they danced along with her.

  • My favorite Disney memories include sharing the movies that I loved as a child with my kids. It’s so fun that we all know the songs, and we can sing along!

  • My most memorable Disney memory was 3 years ago. I have 3 kids with June birthdays. We took the family to WDW in lieu of birthday parties. It was wonderful!

  • My favorite Disney memory is taking my God Children for their first trip. I remember watching their faces of amazement of all that Disney has to offer. It has made me tear up during the afternoon parades at Magic Kingdom, as that was their actual first experience upon our arrival, even some years later now I still tear when I watch their faces during the parade. They are now adults but it still brings such joy to my heart that I was able to make such memories with them as they have grown.

  • My favorite Disney memory is being able to take my God Children for their first time. My fondest memory is watching their faces as they were watching the afternoon parade at Magic Kingdom as it was their first experience upon our arrival to Disney. I still tear up every time we go and watch the parade and they are now adults. Now I can not wait to have the same experience with my nephew.

  • My favorite holiday to celebrate is Christmas! I love the look of joy on my childrens faces on Christmas morning!

  • My favorite disney memory is taking my daughter and her best friend to mickey mouse live 2 years ago. The girls stood up and danced the whole time. It was like they were watching a big pop artist. So cute!

  • My favorite holiday and Disney memory is taking my daughter to Disney on her 3rd birthday and having her birthday lunch in the castle and seeing her face when all of the princesses visited our table!!!! I will never forget that day!!!!

  • My favorite Disney moment was taking my daughter to a Disney on Ice show a couple of years ago. We rarely get any mommy/daughter time and we got to go, just the two of us.

  • My favorite holidays are Christmas and Halloween and my favorite memory is taking my daughter to Disney on her 3rd birthday and having her birthday lunch in the castle and seeing her face when all of the princesses visited our table!!!

  • My favorite Disney memory was surprising my little girl with frozen on ice tickets that look on her face was priceless something I will never forget

  • My favorite time with my grandchildren is ALL THE TIMES! I hope to take them to Disney someday, I really enjoy seeing them have a good time.

  • My favorite memory of Disney is watching my sweet kids watch the parade. They loved it, and that made me so happy:)

  • My oldest was born on Easter so I would have to say that is our favorite holiday.

  • Can’t wait for my grand babies to get just a bit older so we can create our Disney memories

  • My family loves Disney on Ice and would be thrilled to go! We haven’t been in a few years, and winning tickets is the only way we’d be able to. This looks like the best show yet!!

    My favorite holiday is Christmas. It’s such a magical time of year filled with family time, beautiful music and amazing lights! I was lucky enough to celebrate Christmas and New Years Eve at Disney World more than 10 years ago. It was truly incredible! Disney just added onto the usual magic of that time of year. Their Christmas decorations are quite the sight to see! I was in absolute awe the whole time. We are hoping to go to WDW for Halloween next year!

  • My favorite Disney memory is when my Poppy and Ganny took me to see Mickey and Minnie for the first time when I was two years old. It was magical!

  • My Favorite Disney memory is taking my daughter to Disneyland last summer! It truly is the HAPPIEST place on Earth! AND, she was big enough to finally ride a roller coaster. BEST.TRIP.EVER!

  • My favorite memory was taking the kids for the first time and having dinner with Cinderella, step sisters and the prince. My son thought that this was all for the girls and he was to much of a boy for it until the stepsisters started kissing his head and asking him if he had a ring for their marriage and how he is going to take care of her because she was lazy. He had the biggest smile and the whole family was laughing. Best time ever!

  • My favorite holiday is the 4th of July! Celebrating all of the freedoms we are fortunate to have. My favorite Disney memory is watching Cinderella with my daughter, her very first time. 🙂

  • Favorite Disney memories…at Hollywood Studios under the Osborne Christmas lights and the “snow” magically begins to fall!! Also, camping at Fort Wilderness, watching Magic Kingdom fireworks from the beach and then watching the “boat show”!

  • My favorite Disney moment was taking my family to Disneyland for the first time and the joy in my grandson’s eyes.

  • Our favorite holidays are Halloween and Christmas! My son and I watch the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Halloween episode every year as much as we can before it’s gone again. He loves to wear his costume just about anywhere! And after Halloween, we simply just can’t wait for Christmas! All of the lights and decorations are so beautiful to look at. Decorating the house, making gingerbread houses, baking cookies… It’s all so fun! Spending time with family and enjoying each other’s company… It really is the best time of the year.

  • My favorite Disney memory Is singing its a small world after all on the speakers at Disney world with my sister at 5 years old. I’ll never
    Forget that moment!

  • My favorite Disney moment is watching my son line up all of his Disney stuffed animals, Mickey, Minnie, Pluto, and goofy and telling me to turn on Mickey Mouse clubhouse and how every night at bedtime he clings to his Mickey Mouse stuffed animal and can not sleep without him..

  • Favorite memory was last year being able to watch all the Christmas shows with my step daughter and my daughter(now ages 7&2) would love to take them to this

  • My favorite Disney memory would be our first trip and taking our picture in front of the castle. Along with all the meet & greets with the characters of course! My daughters are 18 & 25 now. It would be a joy & blessing to take them & my 4yr old granddaughter to see them on ice!!! How exciting!!! ??

  • My favorite times is every time i watched a Disney movie with my children and grandchildren.

  • My favorite Disney memory is when my son was 4 and we took him to Walt Disney World. He waited patiently in line to meet Woody and Jessie. When his turn came, he pushed past Jessie to give Woody a huge hug.
    Our favorite holiday is Christmas and we celebrate each year with our Disney decorations!

  • My favorite disney memory is the time we went to disney this year in April.
    It was the first time for my children and my husband and I. It was completely magical. I were amazed at all the efford put into every show, and every corner of the parks. We can not wait tk go back!!

  • My favorite Disney memory is when my grandparents took my brother and I to Disneyworld when I was 5. My favorite ride was “it’s a Small World”

  • Love watching all the Disney movies with my girls. My favorite holiday is Christmas. It’s not about the gifts to us, it’s about gathering to celebrate family and the birth of Jesus. Christmas is a magically time of year to me. I’m always 100% happier no matter what I’m going through at the time. It just brings so much joy to my heart.

  • This sounds like an amazing event. My daughter and I went to the Disney’s Frozen on Ice and it was absolutely fantastic. We had such a wonderful time and my daughter had a smile on her face the whole time. It was amazing, thanks

  • My family and I had such an amazing vacation to Disney this year! My favorite ride, Under the Sea, was supposed to be closed the entire week. However, we were walking past the ride and the maintenance crew opened the ride for a few test runs. We were able to walk straight to the front and ride! The week of Disney was truly a magical one. 🙂

  • My 8 year old daughter has asked every year for the past few years and my five year old asked this year. We have not had the opportunity to go. I know that they would really enjoy it. If they were given the chance to go.

  • I loved taking my kids to Disney world in 2012 and seeing their faces light up as they saw their favorite characters in the parade

  • Our favorite holiday to celebrate is Halloween! We love this time of year! My favorite Disney movies as a child were Cinderella and Aladdin!

  • My favorite memory is watching my grand-daughter dance with Goofy at Disney World two years ago.

  • I became a young Grandmother (Nana) at the age of 33 and I was super excited to have a granddaughter because I had 3 sons and never got to do girly things. It has been a dream come true to watch anything Disney and fall in love with the princesses through my granddaughters eyes. I just love the memories that we are making and I want to thank Disney for the beautiful fairytales….

  • My favorite holiday is Christmas. It’s such a happy time to spend with family and friends, and share special memories.

  • My favorite Disney memory is taking my 2 daughters to Disney World and seeing the joy and magic through their eyes ❤

  • My favorite Disney memory is when we took our son to Disney World. He was so excited to see and take pictures with all of his Disney friends.

  • My favorite memorie is when me son saw Mickey in the Disney World , he can believe was his eyes can see.

  • Nothing beats taking my then 18 month old son and seeing his face light up at meeting the characters. He would wake up each morning and hurry to get ready so we could head to the parks.

  • My favorite holiday is Halloween! Last year my three yr old son was Mickey Mouse. Mickey is his favorite character and I think he would be so excited and surprised to see him in person!

  • My favorite Disney memory is every time my entire family goes to Disney World! All of us act & feel like little kids again and my father completely changes–instead of being serious & uptight, he lets loose & we LOVE seeing him this way. Only at Disney!

  • I really enjoy Christmas because it celebrates the birth of someone who expressed his love for people in such a selfless way and on this day whether some cherish gifts, food, or family-it’s that same love that brings people together.

  • My favorite Disney memory was from my daughter’s first trip to Disney World. She was in awe of everything and her joy made it so special. One of my favorite parts was the character meals and interaction with the characters while eating delicious food!

  • Favorite memory at Disney…the facial expression and excitement of my 5 year daughter meeting her first and favorite Princess Rapunzel…priceless and captured on camera forever.

  • My favorite memory is when I went to Disney for the 1st time & got to eat breakfast with Mickey & Minnie. I thought that was the coolest thing ever! Love Disney & can’t wait to take my little boy.

  • Disney is a childhood memory for my family. We made the trek to Orlando and stayed in the Wilderness style cabins- now as an adult I would love to expose our daughters to the talent of Disney on ice. Our tradition that includes is Disney is weekly ‘dance show night’. The girls costume up, turn on the tunes, and dance with all they have for a show they create just for their parents… Best part of our week, hands down!

  • Just got back from Disney for the first time. We got to eat at Cinderella’s castle which was amazing. As we was leaving I looked over my shoulder and princess Cinderella was right behind me my 4 year old granddaughter was ahead of me so she got to hold Cinderella’s hand as we went down the stairs. That was so amazing and she was so nice. Wonderful memories.

  • My favorite memory was to take my daughter to Disneyland and meet Buzz Lightyear! Her favorite Disney character at the time.

  • My favorite Disney memory is Christmas at Disney World. My family of five, enjoyed the Christmas Parade. The most amazing features were the Disney Characters.

  • Wow, this contest could not have come at a better time!! We were actually supposed to take our first trip to Disney over Fall break but due to a flood in our house a few weeks we ended up not being able to afford it go. This would be an awesome surprise!!

    My favorite holiday is Christmas…although I have to say I love from October 1st through through the end of the year. The cool weather, beautiful colors, and extra.family time!! Christmas Day my husband and I spend the whole day in our pj’s with our girls….no visiting just the four of us!!

  • My favorite Disney memory is when my then 7 year old daughter was told by an employee that she was riding Cinderella’s horse on the carousel! That is all she would talk about the rest of the trip!

  • Our family of 4 regularly lounges around watching Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. We have a 6 & 1 year old. Hot dog song is out favorite !!!

  • My favorite holiday is Christmas! I have never been to Disney, so my favorite memories are going to watch Disney movies in the theatre. I remember seeing Beauty and the Beast with my cousins and now we love to watch Disney movies with our kiddos.

  • Last year at Christmas, my then three-year old grandson decided to add his Mickey and Minnie Mouse figurines to the nativity set! Now it will be a tradition.

  • My favorite Disney memory is driving down to FL from Ohio almost every year when a little kid and just being Soooooooooo excited to see Disney world. can’t wait to take my boys!

    And hope to win the contest ;o)

  • Never been to Disney or Disney on ice but we love the Disney channel. Also our favorite holiday is Christmas

  • Christmas at Disney is AMAZING! The fireworks and decorations and delicious foods and everything Disney is wonderful! I’m hoping to bring my 2 year old to Disney soon!

  • Disney was right around the corner when I was a kid. I got to go so many times with my school chorus and sing in the candle light program. Christmas was my favorite time going and I can’t wait until my kids can go.

  • I love Christmas. My favorite Christmas was last year when all 6 of my siblings and all 12 grandchildren came to my parents to celebrate that my dad was finally cancer-free! Due to some sad issues, this will be my first Christmas after my divorce. My kids will be with their dad on Christmas for the first time. It should would be great to have Disney on Ice tickets to take them to so we can make a special memory before that! 🙂

  • I best remembrance was when I took my grandchildren for the first time. We usually don’t have money for extra but it was great. Christmas is the best time.

  • My favorite holiday has always been Christmas. It’s 9 days after my birthday, so it was a time of year that I especially looked forward to as a kid! As an adult, I’m loving watching my kids’ excitement build each year for Christmas. Throughout my life, it’s been an incredibly special time of celebrating Christ’s birth with family & friends.

  • My favorite Disney memory was going with my daughter for her 4th Birthday and watching the fireworks on Fourth of July!!!

  • My favorite Disney memory was surprising my daughter on her 6th birthday with a trip to Disney World. She knew we were going to Florida but not a clue about Disney until we drove past the Welcome to Disney sign. We was so excited and I was so happy that we managed to keep it a secret for so long!!! It was a wonderful trip!

  • My best memory is actually in the making. I am surprising my family with a trip to Disney world for Christmas! Can’t wait for them to open up tons of disney things on Christmas morning including shirts that say ” this kid is going to Disney”!

  • Our favorite time is Christmas. We love when family comes over to visit, play games, eat good food and have lots of fun.

  • My special Disney moment ( besides my own visiting Disneyland as a little girl with my grandparents) is taking my now 10 year old grandson who was 3 at the time to Disney on Ice. Just him and I. The pictures still warm my heart seeing his eye lighting up with a open mouth staring straight ahead. The pictures I took that day say a million words. Disney truly is a child’s dream come true. They always have been for many many generations.

  • My favorite Disney memory is spending the Christmas Holidays at the Magic Kingdom. The parades, lights, and simply the overall experience of a Destination Christmas was amazing. Oh…and Santa came to Disney World too. Lol

  • My favorite holiday is Christmas. Seeing my sons face looking at all the lights & decorations is priceless. He has never been to Disney on ice but I know he would love it!

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