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Disney’s Frozen on Ice and Cirque Du Soleil’s Amaluna are Top events in Atlanta this Month

October is full of Halloween magic and fun, but take a break from the spooks and enjoy these extra special events the entire family can enjoy!

The two hottest events in Atlanta to check out this October are:

1)      Disney’s Frozen on Ice will be at Atlanta’s Philips Arena October 8th through the 12th. Hosted by Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, with special guest appearances by your most beloved Disney Princesses and characters, this ice spectacular takes you into a winter wonderland to tell a story of love and friendship. The Academy Award-winning film can now be seen LIVE, with dazzling special effects and a performance of its inspirational hit-song “Let It Go.” Join Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Kristoff, and Sven as they journey to discover that true love is the most magical power of all. Tickets start at $30 and can be found at Ticketmaster, so if you are moving to Atlanta and need a break from unpacking, make an unforgettable family memory and see Disney’s Frozen on Ice.

2)      Amaluna by Cirque Du Soleil will be in Atlanta at Atlantic Station until the end of November. Inspired by William Shakespeare’s The Tempest, the story takes place on an island governed by goddesses. The storyline follows a princess who falls for a young man who has washed up on shore, and is noted for having a 70 percent female cast. Set designer Scott Pask has created a nature-inspired ambiance that is open yet draws viewers into the intimate scenery.  Amaluna premiered in Motreal, Canada in early 2012 and is now showing at Atlantic Station under the Grand Chapiteau. Tickets are on special for a limited time and priced at two for $99. Cirque Du Soleil is known for its over-the-top performances, phenomenal acrobatics, and beautiful, intricate scenery…a show so captivating it will leave you on the edge of your seat.

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