Grab your mouse ears and get ready for when Disney On Ice celebrates Mickey and Friends skates into Newcastle.
This year's skating and singing extravaganza will include Disney's Moana for the first time.
The 2019 tour celebrates 90 years of Mickey Mouse and honours Walt Disney's legacy by bringing his acclaimed stories to life on the ice.
Australian television and radio personality and Disney On Ice fan Tom Williams said he was "thrilled": to be named as the ambassador for the 2019 tour.
"My family and I have always been huge fans of the show, and [wife] Rachel and I will be able to share our childhood Disney memories with our girls," Williams said
"I may not be pitch perfect, but I'll be singing along loudly to Let it Go and How Far I'll Go."
Produced by Feld Entertainment, Disney On Ice celebrates Mickey and Friends opened in Perth on May 31 and will travel to Adelaide, Wollongong, Canberra, Brisbane, Melbourne, Newcastle and Sydney through to July 23.
There will be eight performances of Disney On Ice celebrates Mickey and Friends at Newcastle Entertainment Centre between July 12 and 14.
In this year's Disney On Ice production, Mickey Mouse is joined by Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy on a journey to discover his favourite memory of all time.
Using Mickey's 'Mouse Pad', the show's hosts encourage fans to be part of the action and help the gang venture though Disney stories, sharing memorable moments from treasured tales.
Along the way, families sail away with Moana as she displays courage to save her island on a high-seas adventure with the demigod, Maui.
Families will continue the journey to the wintry world of Arendelle as royal sisters Anna and Elsa from Frozen discover true love and experience the mysterious magic of Fantasia as a Sorcerer's Apprentice makes brooms come to life.
Follow the unforgettable Dory through the unexplored seas of the Pacific Ocean, join the Toy Story pals on an exciting adventure and experience the emotional roller coaster of Inside Out.
Live Your Story alongside Disney princesses as they use perseverance, determination and hard work to inspire Mickey and children around the world to share their favourite Disney memories.
Tickets to the Newcastle entertainment Centre shows, available through Ticketek, start at $33.
The Examiner has three passes of four tickets to give away to the 1.30pm show on Friday, July 12.
To win one of the passes, send your name, daytime contact number and a reason why you would like to win in an email titled "Disney" to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The winners will be notified by 5pm on Wednesday, July 3.