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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The “Disney on Ice” shows that were scheduled to take place Thursday night and Friday morning at the T-Mobile Center have been canceled.

The entertainment center did not give a reason for the cancelation. The T-Mobile Center initially just canceled the Thursday night performance with hardly any notice but said all future performances would take place as scheduled.

However, hours later, organizers also canceled a 10:30 a.m. show on Friday as well. A 7 p.m. Friday show appears to still be set to go on.

Ticket holders will automatically receive refunds of their original point of purchase. Tickets can be purchased for the remaining “Disney on Ice” performances through Feb. 7.

T-Mobile Center said it apologizes for the inconvenience and thanked the public for understanding.

“We look forward to delivering the same magical experience you and your family have come to expect form Disney on Ice,” it said in a statement Thursday.

The first performance in the two-week run at the T-Mobile Center of “Disney on Ice” took place a week ago after 10 months with no events due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Masks are required at all times once guests enter the T-Mobile Arena and much like a Kansas City Chiefs game at Arrowhead Stadium, guests are seated in a pod layout after they’ve entered the arena using several different doors and hallways.