Disneyland has long been a dream destination for small children. The idea of Cinderella’s Castle, parades of favorite Disney characters and rides of all degrees of thrills put a glimmer in a child’s eye and a longing in their heart.
    One drawback about Disneyland is it is thousands of miles away on the West Coast, but don’t worry you can bring the magic of Disneyland to your child right here in Fayetteville as Feld Entertainment brings a Disneyland Adventure to the Crown Coliseum Oct. 23-26.
    Disney on Ice brings the magic of Disney to life on the ice. Disney has brought together some of the most talented ice skaters in the world together to glide into your child’s heart through their imagination. During this iteration of Disney on Ice, one of Disney’s favorite families, The Incredibles ask you to join them on a trip to the Magic Kingdom.
    {mosimage}The Parr family (the Incredibles) choose to go to Disney Land after Mother Nature ruins their initial vacation plans with a volcano (this incident is in the short  comic book The Incredibles in: “Holiday Heroes”). One minute into the Main Street Parade (for which the Parrs are reluctant Grand Marshals), an android replica of  Syndrome, ( an archenemy of the Incredibles) attacks the resort, kidnaps Mickey and Minnie Mouse, and makes plans to build his own theme park, SyndromeLand in the resort’s place, forcing the Parrs to become the Incredibles and come out of hiding once more.
    The robot Syndrome imprisons Mickey and Minnie in the Pirates of the Caribbean section of the park, but is forced to lock them up in laser prisons instead after the Incredibles attack him. When Frozone imprisons the robot Syndrome in ice, Mickey and Minnie are liberated and the resort is restored.
    Goofy, Pluto, Donald Duck and Chip and Dale, along with characters from The Jungle Book, Toy Story, Cinderella, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Alice in Wonderland, make cameo appearances through out the early half of the show before coming together at parade time when they all manage to escape Syndrome. The  Enchanted Tiki Room, Jungle Cruise, Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Haunted Mansion, Mad Tea Party, Main Street, U.S.A., It’s a Small World and Pirates of the Caribbean, sections of the Magic Kingdom, as well as the entrance to the Cinderella Castle centerpiece, are all part of the show
    Tickets for Disney On Ice presents a Disneyland Adventure are $13.50 to $19.50 for reserved seats and $26.50 to $36.50 for VIP and Rinkside seating and go on sale Friday, Aug. 1 at 10 a.m. Group and military discounts are available. All seats excluding VIP and Rinkside are only $12 for opening night. Additional fees may apply. Tickets may be purchased at the Crown Center Box Office, all Ticketmaster outlets, Ticketmaster.com or by calling 910-223-2900. The Crown Center main box office is located at the Crown Coliseum and is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  

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