Disney fans in New York are among those who are set to see their favorite characters glide in their skates as “Disney On Ice” returns this Christmas to bring memories to both children and Young At Heart. Over 700 costume pieces transported in more than 10 trailers are expected to be seen on stage, Syracuse.com reported.

Titled “Disney On Ice: Dream Big,” the spectacular show will bring together iconic princesses Ariel in “The Little Mermaid,” Belle in “Beauty And The Beast,” Tiana in “Princess And The Frog,” Jasmine in “Aladdin,” and Aurora in “Snow White.” The event will also feature the return of new characters Elsa and Anna from “Frozen.”

Disney On Ice: Dream Big” will be presented at the Oncenter War Memorial Arena in New York for a set of seven performances from January 4 to January 7.

The show usually features actors and actresses dressed up as the popular characters in intertwined stories showcasing various original full-length productions by Disney.

Around the nation

Aside from the show in New York, there will also be an event happening at the Erie Insurance Arena in Pennsylvania in December, YourErie.com reported. The show will have a banner titled “Reach For The Stars.”

This ice spectacle has been shown every holiday season in several destinations for several years already. One of the most memorable ones was Disney’s “100 Years Of Magic” that featured different characters in a show that spanned two acts. Some of those showcased then included “The Lion King,” “Cinderella,” “It’s A Small World,” and “Tarzan.”

Now that more movies are being added to the line-up, there are more reasons for families to see these shows.

Boston, Massachusetts will also host the banner titled “Dare To Dream” in cooperation with Feld Entertainment Inc., Broadway World reported.

This particular tour will introduce characters from the 2016 film “Moana” and include songs such as “How Far I’ll Go” and “Where You Are.” Moana, a teenage princess in the Pacific Islands, is the newest addition to the cast.

Her story tells about her journey to find her personal freedom along with a demi-god named Maui.

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There will also be simultaneous performances on ice in various other parts of the world. For instance, Feld Entertainment Inc. is also bringing more than 50 characters in a spectacle happening in Pasay City, Philippines from December 25 to January 3, 2018, local media ABS-CBN News reported.

The show is titled “Everyone’s Story."

Aside from the classic movies, it will have performances inspired by “Zootopia,” “Toy Story,” and “Finding Nemo.” According to producer Nicole Feld, this is by far the largest show they “currently have touring” since it will also play around 30 songs from the track.