Sing-along with Anna and Elsa from Frozen

Experience the magic of Frozen in a whole new way when it returns to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre for a sing-along on Dec. 16 and 17.

With plenty of costumes

With plenty of costumes

Experience the magic of Frozen in a whole new way when it returns to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre in an interactive sing-along style on Dec. 16 and 17.

Join Anna and Elsa in singing the film’s hit songs, including “Let it Go” and “Do You Want to Build a Snowman”, when the biggest Disney movie of the decade transforms the Chilliwack Cultural Centre into a winter wonderland.

Frozen tells the story of princesses Anna and Elsa on their quest to stop the eternal winter that has come over their home kingdom of Arendelle, and bring peace once again — but it’s not that easy. With a few evil villains, plenty of snow drifts to climb, and even a giant snow creature named Marshmallow, there are a few hiccups along the way. They enlist the help of a few friends including a reindeer named Sven and a snowman named Olaf, and find their way.

Frozen’s inspirational story and hit soundtrack won the film a Golden Globe for Best Animated Feature, two Academy Awards for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song, and two Oscar nominations for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song. The 2013 musical is also the highest-grossing animated film of all time.

This special showing lets fans of all ages join in the fun with Anna and Elsa in sing-along fashion, from duets like “Love is an Open Door,” to the humorous “Reindeers are Better Than People.”

Beautiful costumes, captivating songs, and even an appearance by Princesses Anna and Elsa themselves, Sing-along with Frozen is full of all kinds of enchanting surprises.

There will be two showings, including a matinee so that even the littlest Frozen fans can attend without having to stay up too late. Everyone can have the chance to sing along to their favourite film.

Sing-along with Frozen is coming to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on Dec. 16 at 7:30 p.m. and Dec. 17 at 2 p.m. All tickets $18 and available at the Centre Box Office, online at, or by calling 604-391-SHOW(7469).


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