The princesses from “Frozen” are in the spotlight in “Disney On Ice presents Passport to Adventure!” (Courtesy Feld Entertainment)

The princesses from “Frozen” are in the spotlight in “Disney On Ice presents Passport to Adventure!” (Courtesy Feld Entertainment)

‘Disney On Ice’ brings ‘Frozen’ to Bay Area

It’s time to gather up the kiddies for the newest skating spectacular: Disney On Ice presents Passport to Adventure!” is about to hit the Bay Area.

This time around, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse lead a tour through magical and moneymaking Disney properties including “The Lion King,” “The Little Mermaid” and “Peter Pan.”

Even better, the princesses (and pals) from “Frozen,” apparently the No. 1 animated film of all time, will be on hand, too. Let it go!

Performances run Oct. 19-26 at SAP Center in San Jose and Oct. 26-30 at Oracle Arena in Oakland. For tickets, call (800) 745-3000 or visit Ticketmaster.com.


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