The dry and wonderful Indian Summer we experienced in the Pacific Northwest has finally left. Leaves are changing and falling to the ground. With the warm weather gone so does some of the outdoor activities we can do with our families. Coming to town next week is a Disney event fun for all ages and a great way to get the kids out of the house.


This year’s production features three stories mixed together and performed on ice, Rapunzel, Tiana, and Cinderella combined as “Dare to Dream.” Scenes from each story and performed by ice skaters to the Disney music from the animated classics. Colorful costumes and special effects will treat your kids to a magical and entertaining time. Lots of audience participation is included to keep your kids attention from wandering to far from the ice. Guests are encouraged to dress up -even adults, in your favorite Disney character costumes.

Drop down in the article for information on HOW TO GET FREE TICKETS.

Performance Dates:

Everett: Comcast Arena in Everett from November 1st – 4th

Kent: ShoWare Center in Kent from November 7th – 11th

Tickets range from $12 – $70 - For Tickets Click Here:

Parking: EVERETT: Free parking is available at Everett Station; 3201 Smith Avenue. Everett Station is only four blocks away from the Everett Events Center. A number of public and private lots provide event parking and are within walking distance of the Center. The Port Gardner Garage is located at 1712 California Street. Rates vary and are established by individual lot operators. KENT: Free parking is available onsite and in several lots within close walking distance. 90 parking stalls are reserved in the ShoWare Center’s west parking lot for drivers of hybrid vehicles and/or carpools of four or more. All free onsite parking is on a first come, first served basis. There is an additional free parking lot to the SW of the building.

Additonal Info – WANT TO GET FREE TICKETS? see press release below:

Disney On Ice is partnering up with Wigs for Kids
to make dreams come true!

In honor of the new skating production Disney On Ice presents Dare to Dream featuring Disney’s newest princess, the long golden-haired Rapunzel from Tangled, Disney On Ice is inviting the Puget Sound community to participate in a heartwarming hair donation campaign to benefit children suffering from medically-related hair loss.  Join us and donate your hair (at least 10” inches long; either braided or in a ponytail) to Wigs for Kids.  Every year WFK helps hundreds of children who are in need of their services, and you can help too!

In appreciation for the kind-hearted gesture, each person donating hair will receive two free tickets* from Feld Entertainment toDisney On Ice presents Dare to Dream playing in either Everett or Kent. Donations will be accepted at participating salons listed below from October 18th through November 6th and all donators are welcome to either get their hair cut at participating salons or get their hair cut at a salon of their choice and drop off at one of the mentioned locations.                                              *Tickets available while supplies last

Disney On Ice presents Dare to Dream will take your breath away at the Comcast Arena in Everett from November 1st – 4th and at the ShoWare Center in Kent from November 7th – 11th.  Audiences will behold an alluring aerialist act with Rapunzel’s golden locks, shimmering gowns that twinkle and twirl during Cinderella’s royal ball, a lighting display that illuminates all the fireflies in Tiana’s New Orleans bayou and a grand finale with all the Disney princesses.
Participating Salons

Salona Azur – 900 Lenora St, Seattle 98121 – (206)623-1461

Absolut Hair – 7439 Beverly Blvd., Everett 98203 – (425)438-8737

Salon Bella Dea – 502 16th St NE #302, Auburn 98002 (253)333-6785

When cutting hair to be donated to Wigs for Kids, please follow these simple steps:

1. Make sure hair is a minimum of 10-12 inches. Pull curly hair straight for a more accurate measurement.
2. Hair must be clean and dry.
3. Hair cannot be permed, color-treated, or highlighted. Temporary coloring or highlights that washout are acceptable.
4. Tie hair into at least four sections (six are even better) around the head for a more generous donation. Hair that is pulled into one ponytail or braid results in a loss of up to four inches of hair.
5. Make sure each ponytail or braid is tightly secured. Hair that is loosely wrapped tends to become loose when shipped, making it unusable. PLEASE be sure hair is tight and secured with several rubber bands.
6. Cut hair above rubber band.
7. Place the hair in a plastic bag or wrap it in tissue paper.

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About Wigs for Kids

For over 30 years, Wigs for Kids has been providing Hair Replacement Systems and support for children who have lost their hair due to chemotherapy, radiation therapy, Alopecia, Trichotillomania, burns and other medical issues at no cost to children or their family’s hair loss can erode a child’s self-confidence and limit them from experiencing life the way children should. With an injured self-image, a child’s attitude toward treatment and their physical response to it can be negatively affected also. Wigs for Kids helps children suffering from hair loss look themselves and live their lives.


Community Disney's Dare To Dream Comes To Everett and Kent