Lion King Calgary Tickets
It all started 18 years ago and thanks to the visually stunning and breathtakingly beautiful savanna stage, it’s still making waves. The Lion King has returned to Calgary once again and will dazzle the audience when it brings the African Pridelands to life. One of the hottest Broadway musicals, The Lion King brings the epic story of love and salvation to the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium in Calgary. People want The Lion King Calgary tickets again and again because this smash hit musical is a lot more than just a onetime watch. Catch the spellbinding wild action that director and set designer Julie Taymor crafted just for you.
Lion King Roars On
The Lion King has entertained more than 70 million people around the world, been translated into eight languages and is successfully running in six continents across the globe. The musical enjoys being the highest-grossing box-office hit across all genres including film and stage. The stage production is now slated to tour Calgary from August 11 to September 6, 2015 at the Southern Alberta Jubilee Stadium. Tony Award winning impresario Julie Taymor, together with choreographer Garth Fagan, has created larger-than-life animal characters that will whisk away the audience into the feral world of Africa. Based on a book by Roger Allers and Irene Mecchi, The Lion King has inspirational music scores by the legendary Elton John and Tim Rice. Get The Lion King Calgary tickets soon and delve into the classic tale of the savannas.
A Creative Spectacle
The stage of The Lion King is a spectacular work of art built with a technology that impressively moves the Pride Rock and the sets. Together the crew brings to stage an epitome of creativity that has been wowing the audience for years. The crowd is sure to marvel as zebras strut, birds fly down and gazelles jump around to perfect the ultimate experience of the wild. Don’t miss this beloved musical as it fascinates the audience with exceptional performances by actors Jelani Remy, L. Steven Taylor, Tshidi Manye and Patrick R. Brown.