Celebrating 10 years of Frozen fun!

Frozen, the beloved Disney film that first captured the hearts of audiences a decade ago, continues to weave its magical, frosty spell around the world with Disney On Ice. This enchanting tale of sisterly love and the power of true friendship has become a timeless classic, delighting fans of all ages.

Each time Elsa, Anna, Olaf and other Frozen favorites take center stage in a Disney On Ice production, it reminds us that the bonds of love and adventure can span generations, creating a heartwarming and unforgettable experience for families everywhere.

Elsa’s “Let It Go” Disney On Ice sing-along in multiple languages brings the magic of Disney to a global audience; as her powerful anthem transcends borders, spreading joy and inspiration worldwide.

Learn more about the incredible impact Frozen has had over the last decade with these 10 Disney On Ice Frozen Fun Facts.

  1. Frozen made its official Disney On Ice debut on September 4, 2014, less than a year after the film’s record-breaking release. 
  2. Over the last decade, Frozen has been featured in 12 different Disney On Ice shows.
  3. Frozen has been included in a whopping 16,000 performances over the last 9 years!
  4. An estimated 65 million guests (and counting!) have experienced Anna, Elsa, Olaf and other Frozen favorites live on ice in their hometowns.
  5. Since 2014, Frozen has been featured in Disney On Ice shows around the world; 64 countries and counting! 
  6. Feld Entertainment has translated the Frozen soundtrack into 34 different languages, to the delight of fans around the world. 
  7. To date, the debut of Disney On Ice presents Frozen has been the most successful show Disney On Ice’s 42-year history! 
  8. Frozen is the only Disney property that’s currently featured in all Disney On Ice productions globally.
  9. Frozen 2 made its highly-anticipated Disney On Ice debut on September 1, 2023 
  10. With a little Elsa-inspired magic, it takes nearly 24 hours to set up an ice floor for a Disney On Ice engagement.