It's worth the 2 hour drive from Texarkana to take the family to see Disney on Ice Mickey's Search Party from June 23-27 at Simmons Bank Arena in North Little Rock.

Mickey's Search Party fun-filled adventure will take you on a journey through some of Disney's most beloved classics with world-class-skating, amazing acrobatics, and spectacular stunts. The magic of Disney will come alive as you look for clues for Tinker Bell, explore the colorful spirit world of Coco. set sail with Moana to save her island, sing-along with Elsa from Frozen and see Belle in the sky with the enchanted chandelier from Beauty and The Beast. The celebration doesn't stop there though you'll be enchanted by The Little Mermaid, spellbound with Aladdin, and have fun with characters from Toy Story.

Pod seating will be utilized for this show in order to maintain social distancing. Pods must be purchased in their entirety and may not be divided. Pods are available in groups of 1-8, where applicable. Sitting in any seat outside your pod is not permitted and violation of ticketing policies will void your tickets. All pods are subject to availability.

Visit DisneyOnIce.com for more ticket information and policies. Visit DisneyOnIce.com for COVID-19 information and venue safety standards.

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