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The Millennial Version of Disney On Ice Will Make a Stop in San Antonio


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First of all ... where was Disney Junior Dance Party when I was a kid ‘cause my inner 5-year-old thinks this looks pretty legit. Like I’m a little jelly this wasn’t happening in the '80s (I mean we had Disney On Ice, but this looks better).

Inspired by Disney Junior series, the interactive concert tour includes songs from Mickey and the Roadster Racers, Sofia the First, Elena of Avalor, Doc McStuffins, The Lion Guard, as well as newest series Vampirina and Puppy Dog Pals.

Hosted by the DJ Dance squad (so you know it's the real deal), the concert/dance party features Mickey, Minnie and other Disney Junior characters with performances of popular songs including "Hot Dog Dance" from Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, "Time For Your Check Up" from Doc McStuffins, "Zuka Zama" from The Lion Guard and "Happy Helpers" from Mickey and the Roadster Racers to name a few.

If you have any little ones in your life, you probably have these on repeat at home (even if it's against your will).

The event is stopping at the Majestic Theatre on March 21, 2018 with tickets going on sale this Friday, November 18. So if you're trying to get some points with the tia that's always judging your life choices, this probably the perfect event to take your little cousin to.

Tickets ($14.50 - $59.50) will be available in person at the Majestic Theatre Box Office, online at, or charge by phone at (800) 745.3000. All tickets subject to applicable service charges and fees. VIP meet-and-greet packages are also available.

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