WIN: 4 tickets to Disney on Ice 2017 (Joburg & Cape Town!)

We’re a family of Disney lovers… there are so many memorable movies that we’ve enjoyed as a family time and again… it’s hard to pick a favourite!

What we do know, however, is that each year we make it a priority to go and watch Disney On Ice

This magical experience soon returns to South Africa with The Wonderful World of Disney On Ice! Families in Johannesburg, Cape Town and, for the very first time, Durban, will also be able to join in the fun!

This year expect adventures from Dory, Nemo and Marlin from Disney•Pixar’s Finding Dory. Escapades with Anna and Elsa and the hilarious snowman Olaf from Disney’s Frozen while Disney princesses Rapunzel and Snow White create their own happily ever after. There’s also Buzz and Woody as well as Simba, Timon and Pumbaa together with everyone’s all-time favourite Disney characters Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald, Goofy and the gang.

Presented by Feld Entertainment Inc and leading local promoter, Showtime Management, The Wonderful World of Disney On Ice opens on Friday, 30 June 2017 at the Ticketpro Dome, Johannesburg and runs until Sunday, 09 July 2017.  The production then moves to Durban’s ICC from Thursday, 13 July to Sunday, 16 July and then to GrandWest, Cape Town from Wednesday, 19 July to Sunday, 23 July 2017. Tickets on sale at Computicket.

Tiny tots, tweens, teens, in fact ALL members of the extended family will love Disney On Ice – an enchanting experience that brings warmth to the winter school holidays.

One lucky Becoming you reader in Johannesburg and one lucky reader in Cape Town will WIN a set of 4 family tickets to watch Disney On Ice.

 

I’m giving away the following:

One set of family tickets (4 tickets for the prizewinner – mom, dad, 2 children)  for the performance at TicketPro Dome, Johannesburg on Friday, 30 June 2017 at 6pm and

One set of family tickets (4 tickets for the prizewinner – mom, dad, 2 children) at Grand Arena, GrandWest, Cape Town on Wednesday, 19 July 2016 at 6pm

 

To enter all you need to do is complete the form below and answer the following question: What does “Hakuna Matata” mean?

 

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED.

Family packages at the Ticketpro Dome are discounted on the R275 and R375 weekend price categories and weekend discounts are valid on tickets in the R375 and R475 categories.

Durban families enjoy the added benefit of a R30 discount per ticket across three price categories, valid on R250, R350 and R400 weekday price categories while weekend discounts are available across the R300, R400 and R450 price categories.

Cape Town families can enjoy family packages at GrandWest available weekdays on the R200 and R300 price categories while weekend tickets are valid on the R250 and R350 categories.

 

To avoid disappointment, book your family package now at Computicket by calling 0861 915 8000 or visit www.computicket.com.

 

 

Terms and Conditions

Tickets are only valid for the specified date and performance time and may not be upgraded, exchanged for cash or for an alternate performance.

The prize comprises of four show tickets per prizewinner (mom, dad, 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children)

Please note that owing to safety regulations each person attending a performance, irrespective of age must have a ticket. Babes in arms and children under two years sitting on parents lap require a purchased a R50 babes in arms ticket and children two years and older must have a purchased seat ticket.

Tickets will be available for collection from the BOX OFFICE/COMPUTICKET at the venue from one hour prior to performance time, on the date of the performance.

No-shows will not receive replacement tickets.

By entering this competition the participant agrees to the terms and conditions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Kathryn Rossiter

Kathryn is a South African lifestyle blogger and mom of 2 who has been blogging daily for almost 7 years! She writes about travel, health, beauty, fashion, decor and family... but not food (unless it's food she's eaten made by someone else) as she is a hopeless cook. She only wakes up early for 2 things... a red-eye flight to somewhere exotic and early morning game drives. She has just finished an extensive home renovation and would prefer to never see another box again. She's never met a chocolate or glass of bubbles that she didn't like!

151 Comments
  1. I have never had the means of taking my two children Ethan (5) & Janeska (3) to Disney on Ice.

    I would love love love to spoil them a bit and show them the magical wonderland of Disney On Ice In Johannesburg .

  2. FINGERS CROSSED, WOULD LOVE TO TAKE MY CHILDREN TO SEE THIS SHOW IN CAPE TOWN.
    NO WORRIES…… FINGERS & TOES CROSSED.
    THANK YOU BECOMING YOU!

  3. This would be an amazing experience and Family date with my three year old son and husband 🙂 fingers crossed!

  4. I’d love to surprise a very special little lady with tickets for this show.. I took her to see Disney on ice when she was little but now she is ‘all grow up’ (7 yrs old) and she would really love this, esp if she can share this with her mommy and daddy this time 🙂
    Shared on fb, twitter (juschatagain) and instagram

  5. Wish it could be me… takeing my kids for the first ever time too see Disney on ice ???would love too win this xxx Johannesburg area#Disneyonice

  6. My daughter will go nuts to be able to go and see ALL her favourite Disney Princess characters and some………Entered and fingers crossed!!!!

  7. Hakuna Matat means NO WORRIES

    ????????????

    In my household we have a collection of diney movies .
    we love love Dory,we love Nemo and we love Marlin from Disney•Pixar’s Finding Dory.?
    We love the escapades with Anna and Elsa and the hilarious snowman Olaf ?from Disney’s Frozen and also the Disney princesses Rapunzel and Snow White especially when they create their own happily ever after.? We love Buzz? Woody? Simba, Timon and Pumbaa and our my children’s most favourite Disney characters Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald, Goofy and the gang. Sometimes i sing “It’s the Mickey Mouse Club House , come inside , come inside ” even when i am alone haha.

    No worries?

  8. It means “no worries!”

    Would love to take my 2 older daughters to this show (jhb)

    Will save the date! Holding thumbs!!!

  9. Entered and shared on Facebook, Instagram and Google mail.
    Fingers crossed. We have never been and would love for our twins to experience Disney on Ice <3
    CPT

  10. My 4 yrs old son Omphile would like to be there as he loves Mickey mouse and others wholeheartedly. Hakuna mathata

  11. Ohhh wow!!!! My twin boys and I would really appreciate such a lovely outing ???! Wooohoooo fingers crossed.

  12. My 5 years old son was admitted in Hospital last year when the show was running.He kept on telling the sisters at the pediatric that they need to let him go because he had to go somewhere.This year ‘im making sure he doesn’t miss the show. We will be there ! Looking forward to the school holidays!

  13. Hakuna Matata! What a wonderful phrase… Hakuna Matata! Ain’t no passing craze…
    It means no worries, For the rest of your days! It’s our problem-free philosophy – Hakuna Matata!
    Would love to go with my sister and take our two boys to the CPT show 🙂
    *And now you can have the song stuck in your head for the rest of the day 🙂

  14. It means no worries …. for the rest of your days 🙂 My niece will be super excited and that will make me the best aunt EVER!!!!!

  15. Would love to take my sons, they are crazy about Disney on ice. Will be the first experience super excited and fingers crossed. Cape Town please!

  16. It means “No worries”.
    It would be fantastic if I could take my four-year-old daughter to this fantastic show!

  17. ‘no worries’

    We are from PE and never have such fun, looking forward to taking my family to the show.
    Will travel 800km to see Disney on Ice… WE LOVE ALL DISNEY CHARACTERS, CHANNEL 309 Rocks!!!

  18. It means no worries??? My boys have never been on anything this phenomenal! !!! Fingers crossed.❤❤❤

  19. Duduetsang Khunou
    Johannesburg
    It means no worries for the rest of your days. It’s a problem it’s our problem free philosophy.
    Hakhuna mathata means there’s not trouble or problem. There’s not flaw. It is mostly used when someone has thanked you. Instead of saying you’re welcom, you can say Hakhuna mathata.

  20. Duduetsang Khunou
    Johannesburg
    It means no worries for the rest of your days. It’s a problem it’s our problem free philosophy.
    Hakhuna mathata means there’s not trouble or problem. There’s not flaw. It is mostly used when someone has thanked you. Instead of saying you’re welcom, you can say Hakhuna mathata.

    1. Duduetsang Khunou
      Johannesburg
      It means no worries for the rest of your days. It’s our problem free philosophy.
      Hakhuna mathata means there’s not trouble or problem. There’s not flaw. It is mostly used when someone has thanked you. Instead of saying you’re welcom, you can say Hakhuna mathata.

      1. Duduetsang Khunou
        Johannesburg
        It means no worries for the rest of your days. It’s our problem free philosophy.
        Hakhuna mathata means there’s no trouble or problem. There’s no flaw. It is mostly used when someone has thanked you. Instead of saying you’re welcome, you can say Hakhuna mathata.

  21. It means “No Worries” for the rest of your daaays. It’s our problem freeee philosophyyy…
    Could sing the entire song haha
    Fingers crossed x

  22. It means NO Worries :

    “Hakuna matata” is a Swahili phrase; roughly translated, it means “no worries”. It is formed by the words hakuna (there is not here) and matata (plural form of problem).”

    Please please please give my family this opportunity to go to the Dome in Johannesburg. We would greatly appreciate it.

    Thank you Kathryn

  23. My daughter is a major fan of any Disney character.
    The to the question is : NO WORRIES!
    Living in Cape Town

  24. “Hakuna matata” is a Swahili phrase; roughly translated, it means “no worries”. It is formed by the words hakuna (there is not here) and matata (plural form of problem).

  25. It means no worries for the rest of your days- oh now om typing the song as well! We would love to win the jhb tickets, i could never take my 2 kiddos to see it and now they constantly asking! Please, please help me grant them there wish

  26. Good day Kathryn….I hope it’s not too late to enter. I’m a working mom from Cape Town and would love to treat my little ones to this outing.
    The meaning of this Swahilli saying is….’no worries’

  27. It means :No Worries: For the rest of our Days!!!!!!
    Akuna means(there is no here) Matata means( no Problem).

  28. Hakuna Matata means “No worries”. Its a Swahili phrase. Hakuna means there is not here and Matata also being used in South Africa problems. My children would be so happy to attend and this will be our first time as we have never had a privilege to this :).

  29. Answer: “No Worries”!

    I would love to win these tickets, it will mean so much to my girls. I have promised them so many times that I will take them. but always end up disappointing them cause I cant afford to buy tickets. This will be such an amazing experience for them to go and watch the show. They are huge fans!!!

  30. it means no worries for the rest of your days……my sons birthday is on the 9th July and this would be an awesome present for him #holdingfingersandthumbs

  31. It means ” no worries for the rest of your days” it thier problem free philosophy . It is a Swahili phase mostly used in Zanzibar and Kenya which is roughly transtated to “No Worries”

    Hakuna : (there is not here)
    matata : (plural form of problem)

  32. Means no worries ?
    would absolutely be a blessing to win tickets and take my two dearest kids and their daddy to the show would be a great and lovely experience for all of us to see how their faces would light up for this event! I am entering every competition I possibly can to be a winner kindly make this one dream come true ?? and Karen ABSOLUTELY LOVE YOUR BLOG always Very inspirational??‍?

  33. “No worries” for the rest of your days.

    Dear God.

    There is two under privileged kids and their mother I would love to
    bless with these tickets.

    Amen.

  34. It means no worries…I really want to let my little twin sisters to go and see frozan and every Disney characters ?

  35. “Hakuna matata” is a Swahili phrase; roughly translated, it means “no worries”. It is formed by the words hakuna (there is not here) and matata (plural form of problem).

  36. It means no worries … it would be a great pleasure to give my kids the joy of attending this event Ttey have been singing all akuna matata Timon and pumbaa what a free philosophy ?

  37. Hakuna Matata means “NO WORRIES”. Please could you consider us getting tickets, I wanted to take me baby boy but we really cannot afford it at the moment, please consider us 🙂
    Then we will have Hakunana Matata…..

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