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Disney on Ice’s ‘Dare to Dream’ brings Moana, Belle and more to Spokane Arena

Moana is known for sailing the high seas, but how will she fare on ice?

In Disney on Ice’s “Dare to Dream,” which opens at Spokane Arena on Oct. 18 and runs through Oct. 21, Moana, in her Disney on Ice debut, will go on an epic adventure with demigod Maui in order to both save her island and find her true identity.

Joining Moana is “Beauty and the Beast’s” Belle, who befriends the enchanted castle staff while revealing the Beast’s gentle side, and sisters Anna and Elsa from “Frozen,” who work to bring an eternal winter to an end.

Rapunzel and Flynn Ryder from “Tangled,” Cinderella and other friends from around the Disney Kingdom will also appear in “Dare to Dream,” which finds each character overcoming obstacles to make their dreams come true.

Tickets go on sale Tuesday at 10 a.m. and are available for purchase through the box office, or by calling (800) 325-SEAT.

Tickets are $19-$76. Discount opening night tickets are available for $16 for select seating. Children two and older must have a ticket.

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