Disney on Ice shows have been such a huge part of my childhood that when I got to take Buttercup for the first time I actually teared up. There she was, sitting on my lap, clapping and giggling and in love with the magic. And I got sappy. Like I was passing on some kind of torch or something.
We’ve gone to every show that has come to Tucson since moving here when she was just 18 months. And every time, I promise myself I am going to take her to every show from here until her 18th birthday and that I will drag her kicking and screaming to that last one, if need be. Because dammit, it’s all about the magic, people.
And the magic is coming back, y’all. She doesn’t know it yet, but my sweet girl and I will be heading out on opening night, courtesy of Feld Entertainment, to see Disney on Ice presents Dare to Dream on October 11 at the TCC (The show runs from the 11th through the 14th). And thanks to some really good marketing, a phenomenal charity event that made me wish I had hair long enough to cut (I’ll tell you about THAT tomorrow), and the fact that I actually remembered to check my email, SOMEBODY gets to win a family pack of four tickets to see the show, too.
Don’t worry if you don’t win because there’s a special discount code available for readers to get $4 off per ticket for the following shows.
- Saturday 11:00 a.m.
- Saturday 7:00 p.m.
- Sunday 1:00 p.m.
I am supposed to legally tell you that all opinions are my own and the free tickets thing and more stuff about how I would never promote something I didn’t truly enjoy or believe in but I won’t bother. You’ve probably been here before. If you are new, this is the post where I don’t say bad words.
Now for the contest. I’m making this an easy one because I need to get back to that other job that doesn’t pay me. To enter:
* be 18 or older
* leave me a comment on this post by no later than midnight (Eastern Standard) on September 26.
Just make sure you fill out the portion of the comment form with the email address. I’m the only one that can see it and I can’t contact you without it.
PS-come back tomorrow. You’ll kind of hate yourself if you don’t.