The magic of Disney is making a stop in Evansville for Disney on Ice.  This year Mickey's Search Party will be taking over the Ford Center from March 31st through April 3rd.   What kid doesn't love the magic of Disney?

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A fun-filled adventure!  Join Mickey Mouse and his Disney friends on adventures filled with world-class skating, high-flying acrobatics, and unexpected stunts!


I mean come on, how awesome does that show look?!


Enter to Win!

103 GBF has your chance to score a family 4-pack of tickets to catch one of the Disney on Ice shows at Ford Center. To enter all you have to do is sign up below. On Friday, March 18th, we will randomly select five winners (if you win you'll be contacted by phone).  Each winner will receive a family four-pack of tickets to Disney on Ice! The best part?  You will get to choose which show you want to go to, so no worries about us giving you tickets for a date you can't make it.  Since Disney on Ice is happening for four dates at Ford Center, you'll get to choose which one works best for your family.

Enter below, and good luck!

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