Disney on Ice returning to Spokane Arena

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Opening with what was, at one point, the highest-earning animated film of all time, “The Lion King” broke records for being the biggest stage and screen franchise to ever exist at the time, pulling in more than $11.6 billion at its combined box offices. That doesn’t mean, however, that every entry in the series is a winner—direct-to-video sequels like “The Lion King II: Simba’s Pride” didn’t fare well with critics or audiences. The 2019 live-action remake with voiceover work provided by Beyonce and Donald Glover, on the other hand, was celebrated for its incredible visual effects.

SPOKANE, Wash. — Heads up, Disney fans! Disney on Ice is returning to Spokane. 

“Dream Big” will bring Disney favorites – like Mickey, Minnie, Miguel, Moana and Elsa – to the Spokane Arena for six performances in October. 

Guests can expect all of the fun of a normal Disney on Ice performance, while also ensuring safety measures be in place. Feld Entertainment is working with venues to establish and follow all local, state and federal COVID-19 health guidelines. 

Tickets for the October shows can be purchased online at ticketswest.com