Disney On Ice Presents: Let’s Celebrate!

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Grab your Mickey Mouse ears and get ready for non-stop fun when 50 of your favorite Disney friends come to life through world-class ice skating at Disney on Ice: Let’s Celebrate!

At this live show, February 17-21, 2022, at Capital One Arena, guests will be asked to help Woody, Buzz, Jessie, and the Toy Story 4 gang help Forky realize what it means to be a toy. Plus, they can sing along with Elsa at the coolest adventure in town, as well as Hakuna Matata with Timon and Pumbaa from The Lion King, and so much more!


Feb 17-21, 2022

Capital One Arena | Washington, DC (Map)

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