but hundreds of Glasgow youngsters are preparing to enter The Snow Queen's Palace.
As part of Glasgow UNESCO City of Music family day, a special percussion event is to be hosted by Children's Classical Concert's Owen and Olly at the Royal Concert Hall.
Two youngsters dressed up in their favourite costumes to publicise the event on Saturday, and Olly said: "The Glasgow UNESCO City of Music family day will give people a great introduction to the world of percussion.
"We'll have almost every different type of percussion instrument there on the day and everyone will get a chance to play.
"Our performance, Into the Ice Palace, will involve 50 people playing in unison creating an atmospheric, wintery sound scape - straight from The Snow Queen's Palace."
On Saturday from 10am until 5pm a host of free and paid-for musical events, including silent discos and treasure hunts, are on offer in the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall and City Halls, which will be transformed into fairytale wonderlands.