The Lion King Tickets

Lion King Tickets
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Lion King Tickets for the Whole Family

In 1994, Disney released a new animated movie. Featuring music by Elton John, lyrics by Tim Rice, and African rhythms by Lebo M, a stage adaptation of The Lion King opened in Minneapolis, MN, in the summer of 1997 at the Orpheum Theatre.

A few months later, Julie Taymor directed the Broadway hit at the New Amsterdam Theater.  Lion King tickets were actually pretty hard to get in those early days because of the popularity of the show across the country.

Today getting tickets to The Lion King is a lot easier as they producers have added tons more shows to their schedule.

Before you go to get your Lion King tickets check out this great playlist that I created for your viewing and listening pleasure.

There are a couple video’s on the playlist that give you a short glimpse at what you are going to see at the show.

There are also a couple video’s that take you behind the scenes of the show and you get to see some of the work that is involved in putting on a quality production like the Lion King onto the stage.

Finally I close is out with a complete audio track of the show.  The official Lion King soundtrack if you will.  Enjoy!

The musical won several Tony Awards, including Best Choreography, and included a wildebeest stampede, puppetry, and animal characters.  This only goes to show the quality of the production that your buying tickets for.

The musical is currently playing at the Minskoff Theatre on Broadway and on tour around the world.

Children of all ages appreciate tunes like “Hakuna Matata” and characters such as Zazu, Rafiki, Timon and Pumbaa.  Who will rule the African Pride Lands? Find out with The Lion King tickets.


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