Giveaway: Tickets to see Cinderella at Walton Arts Center + U.S. Pizza!

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Who can resist Cinderella?

It’s definitely one of our favorite musicals ever and we’re giving away 4 tickets to see the show at Walton Arts Center on March 1st! The lucky winner will also receive a gift card to have dinner at U.S. Pizza before the show!

Cinderella_Web_700x300ABOUT THE SHOW: Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella is the Tony Award®-winning Broadway musical from the creators of The Sound of Music and South Pacific that’s delighting audiences with its contemporary take on the classic tale.

Cinderella features an incredible orchestra, jaw-dropping transformations and all the moments you love—the pumpkin, the glass slipper, the masked ball and more—plus some surprising new twists!

We’re ready to be transported back to our childhoods with songs like “In My Own Little Corner,” “Impossible/It’s Possible” and “Ten Minutes Ago”. The show is both hilarious and romantic.

This video will give you a little taste of what this beautiful show will be like:

ABOUT THE FOOD: We love U.S. Pizza! It’s right on Dickson Street — just down the street from Walton Arts Center — USpizzaand they have parking right outside the doors. Of course, the pizzas/salads/sandwiches are amazing.

U.S. Pizza is seriously a Fayetteville legend and we know you’ll love it!

HOW TO ENTER: To throw your name in the online hat to win tickets to see this show, click on the words “post a comment” below and tell us about a time in your life when everything simply felt magical. Was it while you were on a dream vacation? The first date with your husband? Your wedding day?

You can also email your answer to us at giveaways@nwaMotherlode.com.

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The Royal Palace restaurant has a Cinderella theme.If you don’t want to miss out on getting tickets, CLICK HERE to buy them now. The show runs March 1-6. We’ll choose the a winners on Friday. Good luck!

 

116 Comments

  1. When we took our kids to Disney World for their first time it truly was MAGICAL! You really feel like all your worries are gone and you can just live in the fairy tale moments:)

  2. Any day that we can spend together as a family just relaxing and having fun are magical days for me. It doesn’t necessarily have to be anything grand, just peaceful 🙂

  3. Of course every bride feels magical on their wedding day!! My husband and I will celebrate 28 years this July!! I had the big dress, long train….when the doors opened and I had a hold of my Dad’s arm…..I don’t know if I was holding on to keep from falling or if he was doing the same!! That was a breathtaking moment that I will never forget!

  4. When my husband proposed was the most magical day of my life. It’s not often that I enjoy getting up at 6:30 am, but when I was woken up by my soon to be fiance singing “Good Morning, Beautiful”, the clock stood still.

  5. The first Christmas in which my daughter really grasped the concept of Santa and the Christmas magic. It is just so sweet an innocent.

  6. Our family enjoyed a magical time together when we vacationed at Disney World a little over a year ago. It was everyone’s first time, except for me. I enjoyed watching my kids and even my husband in all of the Disney magic.

    I’m an email subscriber, follow on Pinterest, follow on Twitter, and I commented on Facebook.

  7. probably the adoption of our little girl…magical and a whirlwind as it happened so incredibly fast. best fairytale ending ever. xoxo

  8. The night my husband and I reconnected after going our separate ways following high school graduation was a very magical moment. We hadn’t seen each other in almost ten years but when our eyes met, everything else seemed to disappear. All I could focus on were his eyes. We’ve been married for 25 years and his eyes still mesmerize me!

  9. When my husband and I married while on a mission trip to Honduras, he fell very ill. We had to cancel our honeymoon to get him back to the states. A year later, we were blessed with a week stay in a home in Cabo San Lucas. It was a beautiful, private home with the most gorgeous view. It was definitely magical.

  10. When my daughter was 3 we took a vacation to Disneyworld. My son and daughter were so excited. When we arrived in Florida the coach bus came and picked us up. It was rainy and stormy that day. The bus driver was being funny and told all of us not to worry it never rains at the park. As we went through the gates to the resorts we looked out the windows to see the clouds part and the sun came out. A full rainbow appeared over the park. The bus driver started laughing and said see I told you it never rains at the park. Lol. Best magical moment ever.

  11. Disney world was definitely a “magical” moment for me! I couldn’t believe I was there seeing all the Disney characters! I was 16 the first time I went. I never got to go inside Cinderella’s castle, but it’s one of my favorite Disney movies!! I would love to take my daughter to see this live performance!!

  12. When my 4 year old daughter won the top prize at a natural pageant competition, and they called her on stage and placed this giant tiara on her head, THAT was magical for us both! We were shocked! Such a wonderful moment I’ll never forget. I was so proud.

  13. Magical….I’m not sure i can think of any time that I’ve felt magical. Maybe that’s why i need to win tickets. 🙂

  14. Three years ago, when my sweet granddaughter was born! It was the best moment ever! She loves everything Disney!

  15. Watching my children as they grow up is pretty magical. They grow up so fast! My girls 12&7 would love to see Cinderella!!:)

  16. I saw Roger and Hammerstein’s Cinderella when I was 10 and I dressed up in my fanciest outfit and saw it with my mom and sister. It was the most magical play ever and such an amazing memory for me.

  17. Whenever my family goes to the beach- it’s magical! Time just doesnt seem to matter and there is no rushing around.

  18. The most magical time in my life was when after 5 years of fertility I finally got pregnant. When I took that test and it was positive, I was in Awe!

  19. I felt magical on my 10 year anniversary. We went to Mexico and my husband surprised me with candlelight dinner on the beach. My biggest dream for our three girls is they find their true loves who will support them and make their lives magicial, like their dad has done for me over the last 15 years of our marriage.

  20. My wedding day was hands down the most magical day for me. Barefoot in the sand on the beach walking towards my future. It was just like I had always dreamed it would be.

  21. Last year when my husband surprised me with out 10 year anniversary trip to NY. It was on my bucket list to see a Broadway play and he planned it all out to surprise me.

  22. When my kids and I drove cross country on our first vacation after my divorce. I felt like I could do anything as a person and as their mom!

  23. The day I gave birth to my two children was the most magical and happiest day of my life. My heart was exploding!

  24. Everything felt magical as we watched our two kids splash into the ocean for the first time last summer.

  25. Years ago, before we had kids, my husbands’ parents took us on an Alaska cruise. I think it was the first real vacation I’d ever been on (family vacations growing up were always just driving to visit grandparents) and I had an amazing time!

  26. I love theme parks, so any time I’m in a theme park, really any theme park but especially any Disney theme park, I feel like it’s magical.

  27. One of my magical times was traveling to a winery in Sonoma and watching the Doobies play as the sun set over the vineyard. Heaven on earth…..

  28. We went to Santa Rosa beach a few years ago, and it was our first ever only “us and the kids” type of vacation (our family is really spread out so our vacations always consist of visiting family). It was so awesome to be able to relax with the kids, and do what we wanted without having to go somewhere or do things we didn’t really want to do. We hunted for crabs on the beach, went parasailing, boogie boarding on the waves, and built sandcastles. I will always treasure that trip because it was magical and peaceful. As much as I love our families, sometimes it’s great to get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life and spend quality time with my husband and kids.

  29. A time I felt was truly magical was on a vacation with my husband to Royal Plantation in Jamaica. It was a week of perfection and I dream about going back there some day.

  30. The most magical day was finding out I was pregnant after trying for five years. I felt like my dreams finally came true.

  31. When we took our kids to Disney Land and they got to hug there favorite princesses. Cenderella, Snow White, and Aurora(sleeping beauty).

  32. I was homecoming queen my Sr year of high school and the entire day felt magical .. It was such a great memory — a beautiful dress, a crown, roses, a kiss to the basketball captain .. 🙂 All magical for a day ..

  33. We took a group of 21 kids to a place called Camp Barnabas many years ago, to work and to serve. A “missions trip”. It’s a special needs summer camp located near Purdy, MO.
    The entire place was magical. The transformation in the kids we took, seeing the campers with special needs “soar” in their accomplishments, and seeing God do His “thing”…simply magical!!! Best. trip. ever.

  34. There have been many magical moments in my life but I will never forget taking our oldest granddaughter to Cinderella’s Castle for breakfast when she was 4. She dressed up as a princess and was selected as princess of the day. She led all of the guests up the staircase to the breakfast hall. She had her picture made with Cinderella and was able to meet all of the other princesses. She wore a tiara and had her wand. I had center stage watching it all unfold through her eyes. Magical and enchanting for her mother and I. Can’t wait to do it with her little sister.

  35. It was purely magical for me when I first laid eyes on my sweet granddaughter, Bailey Grace! Sure would love to take her to see Cinderella!

  36. I would say that my wedding day was probably my most magical day. Even though there were a few hiccups it was still an amazing day.

  37. My most magical moments were watching each of my four grandchildrenbeing born- and anything we do together any time!! I love making magical moments with each of them!!

  38. Any morning that I have awakened at the beach (especially with my kids) is magical. Thank you so much for doing this giveaway! Fingers Crossed!!

  39. The birth of both of our daughters was truly magical, one of which was just 1 week ago! The best feeling in the world is holding your baby for the first time!
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  40. I would have to say the day my children were born. Peace, joy, hope, excitement all together in a wonderful life moment!!

  41. Each year for the past 6-7 years, Christmas morning has been magical as I get to see if through the eyes of my two young girls. (Who would LOVE to see Cinderella!)

  42. My husband and I took a cruise to Alaska years ago and I remember standing in awe at the sight of the massive land glaciers. I could look at the for hours. Truly magical!!

  43. We have been to Disney World and it was truly magical when I stepped onto Main Street and saw Cinderella’s castle for the first time. What is even more magical though is when all of my family is together just doing something normal and being together. Just taking a moment to step outside and really look into the faces of my husband and two kids laughing and having fun is better than any vacation I could plan and makes all of the sacrifices worthwhile. It makes me appreciate all that I have and makes my love for them grow by leaps and bounds.

  44. This past April, I drove from Springdale to Ashland, OR and back by myself…. My marriage was in it’s final days and life as I previously knew it was disintegrating…. but I had experiences I could never dream or fully explain on that trip.

    Scenery, people, discovering things about myself…… I wouldn’t change going for anything I lost when I got back.

  45. A magical time in my life would have been summers with my grandmother and great-grandmother. I’d spend 2 months a year with them up north in a cabin and it was like being removed from reality and living in a bubble. No traffic or trains or tons of people. No rush or hustle and bustle.

    I miss those years being able to get away like that.

  46. There has to be two:
    When the weather was perfect and I was so close to the ocean watching my little girl laugh and play. There was not a care in the world. Just joyful and indeed magical.
    Just watching from the Disney sidewalk after the parade, music and fireworks and lightshow above Cinderella and Prince Charming’s castle. My little Prince Charming to this day sees the Disney castle on tv and says, ‘there’s my castle!!!’

  47. Finding out we were finally pregnant and how completely in love my husband and I were and still are. But that moment will always be one of most favorite, magical moments.

  48. Our Disney cruise 2 years ago was pretty magical. We had a GREAT family trip and it was so amazing to see our 3 year olds face light up!

  49. I turned 25 while living in Hawaii, my friends and I each planned special ways to spend what seemed like such a “big” birthday. For my day we drove to a mountaintop observatory to see the stars over the Pacific Ocean. We had a cake that we shared with strangers at the park; and I remember thinking it was such a laughter-filled, warm, memorable, magical day. I hope my children will experience days like that in their adulthood!

  50. When my husband saw me in my gown the day of our wedding. And the picture the photographer got brings back the magic every time I see it. So thankful!

  51. Everytime each of my children were born was a magical moment. It’s just such an overwhelming moment bringing a child into the world! Love my kiddos!❤️

  52. In 2011 we took our two grandchildren on a trip through Canada & the Yukon up the Alaskan Hiway to Fairbanks. The scenery of the canadian rockies and the lakes of British Columbia were breathtaking….THEN we took the western Hiway 1 route from Fairbanks to Anchorage and realized the best was yet to come…. we will never forget the majestic scenery , wild animals, streams, lakes and experiences of that wonderful trip. My grandaughter is turning 11 this spring…. would love to take her to see Cinderella !

  53. The first time I got to hold my daughter! She was sent to the NICU directly after birth so I had to wait a few days before I could hold her. Once she got down to only a few tubes- they let me hold her and it was more than magical! We weren’t in the NICU long thank The Lord. But I’d rock her at night there and tell her about all the girly things we’d do together.

  54. Playing dress up with my 3 year old EVERY night…as soon as she comes home from school she rushes to her room and picks out her “princess” for the evening. It’s so amazing to see her play the role, so lady like, so respectful, so full of love! It’s purely magical to see her light up when we play princess.

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