Mean Girls [POSTPONED] at Pantages Theatre

Mean Girls [POSTPONED] Tickets

The Hollywood Pantages Theatre

EVENT POSTPONED (date TBA). Hold on to your tickets! They will be valid for the new date once announced.

Following Tina Fey’s infamous book and movie from 2004, it’s time for Mean Girls to make a spectacular come-back in the form of a mind-blowing musical! The unmissable event will hit the stage of the most illustrious theatre in Los Angeles on Thursday 23rd September 2021. Of course we’re talking about Pantages Theatre, and the top-professional hosts will team up with the cocky teenagers Regina and Cady to take the visitors on a hilarious adventure filled with bold humour and catchy one-liners. So clear your schedule on Thursday 23rd September 2021, hit the Buy Ticket button below, start the car and tell your close friends or family members to “get in, losers, because we’re going to Pantages Theatre”!

Mean Girls [POSTPONED] at Pantages Theatre

Are you ready for an exciting world-class musical adventure? Then you’re in luck. The most renowned musical theatre in Los Angeles is cooking up something special for the local and traveling musical-minded patrons alike. The program of Pantages Theatre is always on point including a steady series of lush performances, and one of its brightest highlights this September will be the internationally renowned Mean Girls. The patrons will be offered the exclusive chance to experience this mesmerizing performance live, but the good news doesn’t end here. The hosts will go the extra mile in delivering the most authentic musical experience for the guests by offering an incredible mix of conveniences, including carefully crafted acoustics and lighting, authentic decor, top-notch customer service in the face of the welcoming staff and, of course, convenient parking spots just a stone’s throw away from the front doors. Secure your seat today to get the best viewing experience and enjoy an unforgettable Thursday evening with your close ones!

Mean Girls [POSTPONED] at Pantages Theatre

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