The Lion King at Pantages Theatre

The Lion King Tickets

The Hollywood Pantages Theatre

Have you heard the news that has Los Angeles California marking their calendars in anticipation? Then you must know that on Wednesday 28th July 2021 the Pantages Theatre is proud to host The Lion King for a live musical show. This marks the only time this July that you can see the unforgettable talent, limitless passion, and relentless energy of this incredible musical. Disney’s award-winning musical will explode with glorious colours, stunning effects and enchanting music as it follows Simba’s intense story. Is it any wonder why there’s already hype and buzz surrounding this opening night? If you haven’t already ordered your seats to watch this limited-time event, then what are you waiting for? Because the previews are in, and critics are calling this the must-see event of 2021 and fans of unforgettable Broadway Musicals have taken notice and are already rushing the ticket stands. But you can get your tickets first by clicking the Buy Tickets button below. But don’t delay, because once these tickets are gone, they are gone for good!

The Lion King at Pantages Theatre

Fans of Broadway Musicals are already queuing up and waiting for the box offices to open to secure their tickets experience one of the best Broadway Musical productions from the most breathtaking venue in Los Angeles, California? Then now’s the time to book your ticket to see Disney’s – The Lion King for a live show on Wednesday 28th July 2021 only at the Pantages Theatre. Not only will this be your one and only chance to see this world famous show, but it will be your only chance to savour the many perks and benefits that are available only to ticket holders. The Lion King event will fully take over the venue, delivering stunning colours and enchanting music. So if you want to see Simba journey from a young cub to the King of the Pridelands, make sure you don’t miss out and click the Buy Tickets button below to order your tickets here!

The Lion King at Pantages Theatre

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