Note from the mamas: Danika Dingman won the eight tickets. Congratulations, Danika!
Just in time for the Winter Olympics in Russia, the Walton Arts Center stage will transform into an ice skating rink for the show Broadway on Ice.
There will be four performances from Friday, Jan. 17- Sunday, Jan. 18 — and we’re giving away EIGHT TICKETS to see the show. Woo-hoo!
FYI, there will also be a special sneak peek at the Jones Center for Families on Sunday. Professional skaters from the cast of Broadway on Ice will be at the Jones Center on Sunday, January 12 from 2-3 pm for a “Sneak Peek” Exhibition. The Ozark Figure Skating Club will also have an exhibition and along with prizes, an open skate and more, this event will make a great afternoon outing for the whole family!
ABOUT BROADWAY ON ICE: The show celebrates the artistry of figure skating and embraces the magic of classic Broadway musicals like A Chorus Line, Cabaret, Rent and The Phantom of the Opera. Broadway on Ice features Davis Gaines, the longest running actor to play the mysterious opera ghost in The Phantom of the Opera, and Ira Lauren, a soprano of international renown.
HOW TO ENTER: If you’d love to win these eight tickets, just click on the comment button below and tell us about one of your recent excursions on ice — or snow — this winter season in Northwest Arkansas. Have you and the kids enjoyed sledding? Built a snowman together? Did you slip on an icy water hose like Shannon did? 🙂
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If you want to make sure you don’t miss the show, tickets range from $29-$63 and can be purchased by clicking HERE or calling the Walton Arts Center box office at 479-443-5600. Good luck!