Disney Sing-Alongs at Dendy Cinemas Portside

Catch some Disney Sing-Along movies at Dendy Cinemas Portside. You still have time to catch Frozen and Frozen II which will be shown every Saturday over the school holidays.

Sing along to the classic Disney songs such as “Let it Go”, “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” and “Into the Unknown” as Dendy Cinema Portside screens Frozen and Frozen II on 24 September and 1 October 2022, respectively, at the Dendy Cinemas – Portside for just $8 a ticket.

Each song’s lyrics from these animated films will be displayed on the screen, so you can just sing along with Elsa, Anna and other beloved characters from Frozen.


Stars: Kristen Bell(voice), Idina Menzel(voice), Jonathan Groff(voice), Josh Gad(voice)

Directors: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee

Rating: PG | Some scenes may scare very young children

Screening Date and Session: 24 September 2022 | 10:30 AM


Elsa has the power to create ice and snow. During her coronation, she lost control of her powers, upon learning that Anna wanted to marry a prince that she had just met at the party, and accidentally froze her entire kingdom. Distraught, Elsa flees to the mountain and it is now up to her sister to find and bring her back.


“The animation is simply superb. Ice has never looked so good, except as the real thing. Technical precision and innovation is expected nowadays in computer animation but Frozen combines that with a gorgeously rich design. The colour scheme is highly saturated, the Snow Queen’s palace is an architectural wonder, even the snow has that crunchy blue quality of real snow. In 3D, it’s quite breathtaking, and made with ultimate attention to detail.” – The Sydney Morning Herald

“Parents need to know that Frozen is a Disney animated musical that’s likely to appeal to families with children of all ages. As in many Disney movies, the parents die, here leaving orphaned princesses who must find a way to survive. There are a few other violent scenes that involve men with weapons, snarling wolves, a scary snow monster, a severe storm, and a character who nearly freezes to death. A character falls in love — twice — and ends up sharing two kisses at the end of the story. Messages include unconditional love between sisters after a long estrangement, being true to yourself, recognizing your gifts, and not being afraid of your power.” –  Common Sense Media

Frozen II

Stars: Kristen Bell(voice), Idina Menzel(voice), Jonathan Groff(voice), Josh Gad(voice)

Directors: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee

Rating: PG | Some scenes may scare very young children

Screening Date and Session: 1 October 2022 | 10:30 AM


Elsa hears mysterious voices calling out to her from beyond Arandelle which unintentionally awakened the elemental forces that threaten the kingdom. And so, Elsa and the rest of the crew set out on a journey to the enchanted forest to find the source of the voices. But the quest soon turned into a journey of self-discovery.


“Frozen II feels like a more grown-up film, with plenty of thrilling scenes lifting the film from its more emotional moments.” – Kids News

“Frozen II pushes all the right buttons. It works as a stand-alone picture if you’re one of the six people in the country who hasn’t seen the original. But seeing the first instalment can only create a richer experience.” – The Blurb

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Dendy Cinemas Portside | Portside Wharf, Remora Rd, Hamilton QLD 4007

Disney+ Drive-In Cinema Popping Up In Hamilton this September

2020 has been met with a mixed bag of emotions by almost everyone so perhaps a dose of feel-good movies, like Disney classics, might help things seem brighter. For a whole month beginning 17 Sept 2020, a Disney+ drive-in cinema featuring popular movies — including Marvel, Star Wars and Pixar — is popping up at the Northshore Riverfront in Hamilton. 

Presented by OpenAir Cinemas, the movies you grew up on or repeatedly enjoyed with families and friends will be beamed on the big screen and you can watch it safely inside your vehicle. Here’s your chance to relive the magic of Disney despite the limitations due to the pandemic.

The drive-in cinema will run until 18 Oct 2020. This event coincides with the launch of the Disney+ streaming service in Australia by November.

Photo Credit: Disney+

Disney+ Drive-In Movie List

Here are just some of the films you can expect to watch at the pop-up drive-in theater:

  • 10 Things I Hate About You
  • 101 Dalmatians (Animated)
  • Aladdin (Animated)
  • Aladdin (Live Action) w/ captions
  • Beauty and the Beast (Animated)
  • Beauty and the Beast (Live Action)
  • Black Panther
  • Captain Marvel
  • Cars
  • Cool Runnings
  • Edward Scissorhands
  • Finding Nemo
  • Frozen II Sing-Along
  • Frozen Sing-Along
  • Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Hocus Pocus
  • Inside Out
  • Lady and the Tramp (Animated)
  • Moana Sing-Along
  • Monsters Inc
  • Mrs Doubtfire
  • Ratatouille
  • Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens
  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi
  • Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
  • The Greatest Showman Sing-Along
  • The Incredibles
  • The Jungle Book (Animated)
  • The Jungle Book (Live Action)
  • The Lion King (Animated)
  • The Lion King (Live Action) w/ captions
  • The Little Mermaid Sing-Along
  • The Mighty Ducks
  • The Princess Diaries
  • Thor Ragnarok
  • Toy Story
  • Up
  • Wall-e

OpenAir Cinemas will set up state-of-the-art audio-visual technology to enhance your viewing experience. Operations at the drive-in theater are fully contactless with a QR code system for ordering and customer service. 

Check the dates and times of the viewing and book a ticket online. Take note of the movie theme nights to scale down your choices: Marvel Mondays, Star Wars Wednesdays, Throwback Thursdays, Fan Friday, Sing-a-long Saturdays and Pixar Sundays.