Featured Event: Disney On Ice 2022

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Disney on Ice is coming to the Resch Center in Green Bay February 24-27! If you’ve never taken your kids to Disney on Ice, I highly recommend it. It’s approximately two hours of mesmerizing excitement and an experience your kids won’t soon forget! (And if you’ve never taken your kids on a trip to Disney and/or don’t have plans to in the future, this is the next best thing–and a lot cheaper)! In fact, until our kids were older and actually went to Disney World, they thought Disney On Ice WAS Disney! 😉

Each year the theme and story is a bit different. This year the theme is Into the Magic and it will lead you and your family on several exciting adventures! Seek adventure in the great wide somewhere with Belle as she explores the Beast’s enchanted castle, experience Moana’s courage to embark on a voyage with demigod Maui to save her island, and sing-along with Miguel from Coco as he follows the music in his heart. Be inspired by Anna’s devotion to her sister Elsa on her journey to the North Mountain to stop the eternal winter, and watch Rapunzel and Flynn go to great lengths to make her dream come true. Celebrate the magic of courage, love and adventure at Disney On Ice! High-flying jumps, breathtaking skating and lovable Disney friends make Disney on Ice presents Into the Magic an experience your family will never forget! 

There will be eight shows to choose from. Show times are Thursday, February 24 at 7PM, Friday, February 25 at 7PM, Saturday, February 26 at 11AM, 3PM & 7PM and Sunday, February 27 at 11AM, 3PM & 7PM.

A few other things to keep in mind if you will be attending the show are:
1) The show is just under 2 hours long including a 15-20 minute intermission.

2) If your child has a costume of their favorite Disney character be sure to let them wear it to the show! However, please note that per Disney policy, costumes for people ages 14 years and older are not allowed.

3) There will be MANY Disney souvenirs/toys and Disney-branded food items (cotton candy, slushies, etc.) for sale for cash or credit/debit. When kids see these things it’s only natural for them to get excited and want them. I think it’s good for parents to be prepared for this so you can either bring along extra cash to purchase these items or discuss with your children in advance that you will not be purchasing these items or that you will only be spending or buying a certain amount (i.e. set a dollar or quantity limit). If you plan to buy something for them, one idea is to tell them the dollar amount you will spend and they can help decide how to spend it, but when it’s gone, it’s gone, which can be a great early lesson in budgeting.

4) Doors open 1 hour before performance time. Items that are not permitted into the arena are:

  • Bags and Briefcases (Purses & diaper bags are allowed)
  • Backpacks
  • Professional cameras, detachable lenses, flash equipment or camera bags
  • Laser Pointers or Noisemakers
  • Laptop Computers, iPads, or Tablets
  • Weapons of any kind
  • Alcoholic Beverages, Illegal Drugs or Paraphernalia
  • Umbrellas
  • Strollers

5) Masks are optional.

6) Parking is available at Lambeau Field & the Blue Lot across from the Resch for $10 (cashless).
ADA parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis in the Blue Lot across the street from the Resch Center adjacent to Ray Nitschke Field. If all spaces are occupied, please drop off any persons with a disability at the front of the Resch Center and then park at Lambeau Field. Parking at both lots is cashless, so NO CASH IS ACCEPTED.

Tickets are on sale now and they sell quickly, so the sooner you get your tickets, the better! Prices start at $18. All kids ages 2 and up need tickets. Kids under 2 must sit on a lap (unless a ticket is purchased for them). All seats are reserved and tickets are available at www.ReschCenter.com, by phone at 800-895-0071 or at the Ticket Star box office in the Resch Center.

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