HOLIDAY & SEASONAL
ICE! featuring Dreamworks' Shrek The Halls
November 16, 2012-January 1, 2013
Gaylord Opryland's popular ICE! event is returning this year with an all-new theme! Our ICE! artisans will be bringing DreamWorks Animation's Shrek the Halls to Nashville in the form of 2 million pounds of larger-than-life colorful ice sculptures and incredible 20-foot-tall ice slides!...
Gaylord Opryland's popular ICE! event is returning this year with an all-new theme! Our ICE! artisans will be bringing DreamWorks Animation's Shrek the Halls to Nashville in the form of 2 million pounds of larger-than-life colorful ice sculptures and incredible 20-foot-tall ice slides! Relive the heartwarming story as you stroll through this amazing attraction featuring your favorite characters: Shrek, Fiona, Donkey, Gingy and Puss in Boots as they celebrate Christmas in their own special way. When Shrek tries to plan the "perfect Christmas" for Fiona and the kids, his plans are disrupted by chaos and commotion. But, in the end, Shrek learns the true meaning of the holiday.
ICE! is hand carved by 40 artisans from Harbin China who will be arriving in Nashville early fall. They are very excited to be working with our new Shrek the Halls theme, and so are we! ICE! – presented by Coca-Cola and sponsored by Delta Dental and NovaCopy – will be bigger than ever in the new 40,000-square-foot Gaylord Opryland Events Center. There's even an exciting new pre-show experience where you can get a behind-the-scenes look at how ICE! is created.
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