Disney toons to perform live across six Indian cities

MUMBAI: Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy and Chip 'n Dale are a coming to India!!!! Disney Channel will be presenting its stars in ‘Disney Magic’ - a musical extravaganza to take the Indian kids on a magical journey packed with songs, dance and a lifetime experience.

The stars touch the Indian soil on the 4 January, 2006 and will entertain kids and their families with a series of live performances across six cities - Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Kolkata, Hyderabad and Bangalore.

India is the first country where ‘Disney Magic’ will enthrall audiences as part of their six nation tour in the Asia Pacific region.

Schedule for ‘Disney Magic’




7 January


11 January

New Delhi    

14 January


21 January


26 January


29 January

In every city, a select number of kids will get special invites to meet and shake hands with the Disney stars by participating in a simple contest. Promotion for the contest has commenced this week and will continue till 24 January, 2006.

Disney Channel, as part of its school contact programme will also visit schools in various cities to promote the contest. Also, in the days leading up to the event in the malls where the shows will eventually take place, a Disney Channel stall will be set up for kids to facilitate participation in the contest.

Viewers get this opportunity to witness the ‘Disney Magic’ by watching Disney Channel and sending in the names of the Disney stars who are visiting India. They can send in their entries by logging in to the channels’ website ( or SMS the correct answers to 4646 or just leave a message on the IVRS numbers specially designated for this contest - 125 011 1444 (for Mumbai and Delhi) and 1250144 (for Calcutta, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Kanpur, Noida, Pune, Gurgaon, Jaipur, Ludhiana, Indore). The rest of India needs to Dial 95 + the nearest city STD code and 1250144.

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