Disney On Ice presents
Worlds of Enchantment Tickets

Disney On Ice presents Worlds of Enchantment Tickets
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Disney On Ice presents Worlds of Enchantment Tickets at Charleston Coliseum & Convention Center

Overall Rating

4.4

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Great Show!

Capital One Arena - Washington

My 3 year old enjoyed the show and was engaged the entire time. We had great seats for the price although concessions and souvenirs were outrageously priced ($16 for cotton candy) so come prepared to spend extra money. I loved how the show targeted both boys and girls.

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Worlds of Enhancement

Capital One Arena - Washington

Fantastic show. The show was entertaining for both children and adults. I plan to attend next year.

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Solid show with room for improvement

Capital One Arena - Washington

The first session - Toy Story and Little Mermaid were a little long and the story line a little complex (and strayed far from the actual stories our kids know and love). The second session was much better (Cars and Frozen). Disney can do much better planning for and story-lining the first part. Other than that, it was good and a fun experience for the kids.

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Very well done

Capital One Arena - Washington

The opening is a little long but after you get out over that 1st segment it is great!

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Great show for both kids AND adults.

Royal Farms Arena (formerly Baltimore Arena) - Baltimore

Very well done. Very talented and athletic skaters. Loved the snow during Frozen. Very professional and classy production.

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It was cute

Capital One Arena - Washington

The show was very cute but each story was drawn out. Instead of doing a very short synopsis of each story and showing more stories, they basically did a shortened version of an entire movie and only did 3 stories. It would have been way better if they did more stories at shorter lengths.

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Somewhat disappointed.

Royal Farms Arena (formerly Baltimore Arena) - Baltimore

The first segment which was Toy Story was entirely too long. The emphasis in Barbie and Ken was boring, out of place and not really age appropriate for the audience. The other three story lines with The Little Mermaid, Cars, and Frozen were great, just the right length with enough action to keep your attention.

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OK

Royal Farms Arena (formerly Baltimore Arena) - Baltimore

Wouldn't recommend going every year. Saw their 'Frozen' show last year...unfortunately a lot of that show was recycled into the show this year, too. Kids were entertained though.

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Wonderful show, defentely would do it again.

Royal Farms Arena (formerly Baltimore Arena) - Baltimore

Paid for parking and no one seemed to know where it was so had to pay to park somewhere else. Would not recommend paying for the parking.

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Unfortunately lackluster...

Royal Farms Arena (formerly Baltimore Arena) - Baltimore

I've been taking my family to these since the kids were old enough to sit through the show and we've kept coming back time after time but the switch in structure has me questioning if pre-sale front row seats are worth the cost anymore. In previous performances there were easily 10+ different Disney stories with multiple characters and costumes throughout. This performance was limited to 4 stories; Toy Story, Little Mermaid, Cars, and Frozen. The bulk of the show was dominated by Toy Story (I get the new ones coming out so they're pushing it hard...) and the bulk of the acts within Toy Story involved Barbie/Ken. The kids come to see their favorite characters; which typically involves extravagant costumes and as many characters as possible. Not 2 humans skating around. At least when it was done with Little Mermaid/Frozen they're happy to see Ariel/Anna/Elsa but we couldn't get behind the human portrayal of Andy/Barbie/Ken. I'd be happy to see it go back to multiple shorter acts instead of 4 long ones; I was over Toy Story 20 minutes in but it dragged out for another 25 minutes. I can't imagine you're keeping the children's attention either in this type of setup. My school of thought here is the more characters and the more Disney the better! Bring back the ENCHANTMENT!!!