Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour is the one and only live fusion of songs, dance and team-spirited fun inspired by the smash hit Disney Channel Original Movie "High School Musical" and this summer's highly anticipated "High School Musical 2." Get'cha head in the game and celebrate the sounds, the songs, the bop and the pop in this all-new ice show starring a cast of world-class skaters. Experience the Wildcat frenzy and rock the house in Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour!
1. Is the cast of the Disney Channel Original Movie "High School Musical" performing in Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour?
No. Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour stars a cast of world-class ice skaters in the roles of all the characters in High School Musical including Troy, Gabriella, Sharpay, Ryan, Chad and Taylor.
2. Will I hear songs from the Disney Channel Original Movie High School Musical in Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour?
Yes. Music from the Disney Channel Original Movie "High School Musical" and the highly anticipated High School Musical 2 will be featured in the show.
3. How can I e-mail my comments directly to the producers of Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour?
You may send your e-mail to contactus@HSMTheIceTour.co.uk
4. How can I purchase tickets?
Use the "Buy Tickets Now" function below to locate a Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour show in your area. Select zip code, country, or show, then click on the link provided under "More Details" for all the specific information you need to order tickets. You may also contact your local ticket agency (e.g. Ticketmaster or Tickets.com) or their outlets, or visit the arena box office. To purchase tickets the day of the event, please go directly to the arena box office.
5. Do I need to purchase a ticket for my infant child who will sit on my lap for the entire show?
In most arenas, children under 2 are admitted free provided they sit on a parent or guardian's lap. However, public event laws vary nationwide from county to county, and some arenas may require all patrons, regardless of age, to have a ticket. Please contact your local arena to confirm their specific policy.
6. Do you have special ticket pricing for young children?
Ticket prices are the same for children two years of age and older (please refer to FAQ #4 above) and adults alike. Please contact your local ticketing agency (e.g. Ticketmaster or Tickets.com) or your arena box office to find out about any special ticket savings that may be available.
7. Do you offer any special ticket pricing for large groups?
Yes. You can obtain additional information from a qualified Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour Group Sales Representative. To obtain a Group Sales contact number, use the "Buy Tickets Now" search function below to locate a Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour show in your area, then click the "More Details" link for your specific city in the search results page.
8. Are cameras allowed in the arena?
Still cameras are permitted, provided that they are non-professional cameras and the photos are intended for personal use only. No video cameras of any kind are allowed in the arena. Digital camera policies are different from arena to arena, so if you have concerns, please contact the specific arena in your area to verify policy details.
9. What is the running time of the show?
Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour production is approximately two hours and 15 minutes in length. This time includes a 15-minute intermission.
10. Does Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour present any Spanish-language performances?
Yes. In selected cities, we present Spanish-language performances. Please note that these are all-Spanish performances, not bilingual performances, and therefore are recommended for patrons fluent in Spanish. To find out if there's a Spanish-language performance in your city, use the "Buy Tickets Now" search function below to locate a show in your area, and then click the "More Details" link provided for additional city-specific information. Spanish-language performances will be marked "Spanish performance."
11. What Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour shows are on tour worldwide?
Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour is currently only touring the United States. For complete schedule information, use the "Buy Tickets Now" search function below to locate a Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour show in your area, then click the "More Details" link provided for additional city-specific information. Please note that this site displays confirmed performance dates only -- new cities are being added to our show schedules on a regular basis, so be sure to check back often.
12. Why isn't my city on your performance schedule?
We try our best to perform in as many cities as possible over the course of any given year, and we vary our tour routes from time to time. Unfortunately, changes in routing sometimes make it impossible to get to cities in which we have previously played. For the most up-to-date schedule information, use the "Buy Tickets Now" search function below. Please note that this site displays confirmed performance dates only -- new cities are being added to our show schedules on a regular basis.
13. How can I get on a mailing list to receive reminders Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour is coming to my city?
For information about becoming a Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour preferred customer, please click here.
14. Who is Feld Entertainment?
Feld Entertainment, Inc. is the worldwide leader in producing and presenting live entertainment experiences that lift the human spirit and create indelible memories, with 25 million people in attendance at its shows each year. Feld Entertainment's productions have appeared in 46 countries on six continents to date and include Disney On Ice, which has been delighting families worldwide since 1981.
15. How can I purchase Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour souvenirs other than at the performances?
You can find out about the availability of Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour souvenirs by phoning Feld Entertainment Consumer Products toll-free at (866) 295-2706.
16. Who do I contact regarding a question or comment about Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour merchandise?
You may contact us directly by phoning Feld Entertainment Consumer Products toll-free at (866) 295-2706.
17. How can I become a performer in a Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour production?
If you are interested in joining an elite group of figure-skating professionals, love ice-skating, and dream of traveling the world, contact us to learn more about the audition process. Please send a resume and photo to: Talent Director and Production CoordinatorDisney's High School Musical: The Ice TourFeld Entertainment, Inc.1313 17th Street EastPalmetto, Florida 34221
18. How can I contact a performer?
You may send your letter to the address below, and it will be forwarded directly to the performer. While performers like to hear from their fans, please be aware that they have a busy travel and performance schedule and may not be able to respond back to you. The address is: Performer's Namec/o Disney's High School Musical: The Ice TourFeld Entertainment, Inc. 8607 Westwood Center Drive Vienna, Virginia 22182
19. Who do I contact regarding a question or comment about Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour?
You may contact us directly by email at contactus@HSMTheIceTour.co.uk, by mail at: Customer Relations8607 Westwood Center DriveVienna, VA, 22182Or by phone at (703) 448-4000.]]>
(Vienna, Va., March 13, 2007) - The cultural sensation "High School Musical" reaches a whole new level of "cool" with Disney’s High School Musical: The Ice Tour. This ice spectacular is premiering September 29th, it was announced today by Thomas Schumacher, president of Disney Theatrical Productions, and Kenneth Feld, chairman and CEO of Feld Entertainment.
Tickets for the U.S. tour will go on sale at www.highschoolmusicaltheicetour.com on Monday, April 2, while the European and Canadian dates will be released later this spring.
The ice tour will feature a live fusion of songs, dance and team-spirited fun to celebrate the music of the original Emmy Award-winning Disney Channel movie, and its sequel "High School Musical 2," which is set to debut on the Channel this summer. Disney’s High School Musical: The Ice Tour is being produced by Feld Entertainment and Kenny Ortega and mounted in cooperation with Schumacher and his team at Disney Theatrical Productions.
Commenting on the announcement, Schumacher said, "‘High School Musical’ has been a smash hit in virtually every area of the entertainment spectrum from television and home entertainment to soundtracks, and live concert tours. The ice tour celebrates the fun and music in a whole new and exciting way. Feld Entertainment is the undisputed expert in its field, and we’re working closely with them and the movie’s original creators to make this a fantastic experience for audiences of all ages."
Kenneth Feld, a Tony® Award-winning producer, said, "We brought together a creative dream team who will deliver a top-notch production that celebrates moments from the movies in an ice spectacular that will fill arenas with lights, music, dancing, and spirit. Kenny Ortega has pumped incredible genius into this production and we’re thrilled to be collaborating with him."
The global tour, comprised of three companies, is expected to play more than 100 cities in its first year alone, including the worldwide premiere at Madison Square Garden (on September 29th and 30th) and the Staples Center in Los Angeles (on October 4th and 5th) in addition to cities in Europe, Canada and Mexico.
Feld Entertainment’s award-winning creative team includes some of key talent associated with the original "High School Musical" films and concert tour:
"We’ll be recruiting some of the world’s most talented skaters to play East High School’s own Troy, Gabriella, Ryan, Sharpay, Chad and Taylor," said Nicole Feld. "They’ll be heating up the ice performing chart-topping tunes and signature choreography, and with the ice as the dance floor, this event will be an unprecedented twist on a fan favorite."
Disney’s High School Musical: The Ice Tour will feature music from the popular "High School Musical" soundtrack, including "We’re All in This Together," "Get’cha Head in the Game," "Start of Something New," "Stick to the Status Quo," along with new music from "High School Musical 2."
Rich Ross, president, Disney Channel Worldwide, said, "We are so proud to have introduced ‘High School Musical’ to the world and to see its popularity continue to grow in so many ways. The ice tour is a fantastic way to build upon the experience for its millions of fans worldwide while introducing the music and dancing to a new audience."
"High School Musical," an Emmy Award-winning Disney Channel Original Movie, premiered in January 2006 in the U.S. and through the year, on 25 Disney Channels and free-to-air broadcasters, reaching over 100 countries and over 100 million unique viewers worldwide. In the U.S., its soundtrack was the #1 album of the year in 2006 (certified quadruple Platinum by the RIAA), and broke records on the Billboard charts with an unprecedented nine original songs making the "Hot 100." It was the #1 TV movie on DVD for the year and sold 7.2 million units have been sold around the world. In fall 2006, Disney Theatrical adapted the teleplay for local school productions, and it is anticipated that 2000 schools will produce stage versions in the first year alone.
Schumacher added, "The first of our regional professional theatre licensed productions was a huge success earlier this year during its five-week run in Atlanta’s Theatre of the Stars, and we’re currently in discussions on how to tour that production starting later this year. Additionally, by June of this year, more than 1,000 schools will have licensed and staged the show, representing an unprecedented 5,000 performances."
Internationally, "High School Musical" has aired on Disney Channels (26 worldwide) and free-to-air broadcasters, reaching over 100 countries. For the September 2006 premiere in India, the music was re-recorded in Hindi with Indian instrumentation and more rhythmic beats to achieve a "Bollywood" sound.
Adding to its success, "High School Musical" has spawned a #1 New York Times bestseller – "High School Musical – The Novel," which has sold over 1.2 million copies. "High School Musical" was also the first TV movie to be offered on the iTunes Music Store. "High School Musical" themed shows have also proven to be popular at the Disney Theme Parks and Resorts, including Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, and an upcoming production at Disneyland Paris.
About Feld Entertainment
Feld Entertainment, Inc., is the worldwide leader in producing and presenting live family entertainment that lifts the human spirit and creates indelible memories, with 25 million people in attendance at its shows each year. Feld Entertainment’s productions have appeared in 50 countries and on six continents to date and include Disney On Ice, Disney Live!, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey® and Doodlebops Live!
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