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DISNEY ON ICE SLIDER 2

Enter a fantastical winter wonderland beyond imagination at Disney On Ice presents Frozen. Your favourite icy adventure is now live on ice and skating into the Newcastle Entertainment Centre.

We have two family passes to give away to go see Elsa, Arna, Olaf, Kristoff and Sven sing, dance and skate through Arendelle but first we need to rescue the tickets from their icy prison.

Yeah, so we may have accidently frozen the tickets for safekeeping inside 4L of rock solid ice. We’re going to be thawing them out in the Power FM studio next week and we want to know how long you think it will take for the ice to completely melt. Whoever hits closest to the mark will get to keep the tickets and head off to see Disney On Ice presents Frozen with their family.

Don’t stress though if your guess ends up being way off. One lucky wildcard winner will also take home a family pass.

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