Walking With Dinosaurs Portland Tickets
Don’t wait another sixty-five million years, Walking with Dinosaurs Portland tickets will bring dinosaurs back to life in a stunning theatrical event. For two hundred million years the dinosaurs dominated life on earth. Visit the Moda Center in Portland this winter and enjoy watching twenty life size dinosaurs perform before your eyes. Watch them walk, hear them roar and enjoy as they fight for supremacy and survival. The audience can expect to be thrilled and amazed as the terror of the ancient terrain, Tyrannosaurus Rex walks on stage with ripples on the skin and glint in the eye that gives a realistic effect. Globally renowned designers have worked in collaboration with the scientists to create this mind-blowing twenty million arena spectacle.
Walking with Dinosaurs Portland tickets will take you to a world where dinosaurs once again roam the earth. The remarkable live production is based on the award winning BBC TV series Walking with Dinosaurs produced in 1999. The series changed the perspective of the audience about dinosaurs. It took the viewers to a world so real that it actually seemed as if the extinct species were still alive and that the series were shot in the wild. The show covered the entire period of dinosaur’s existence in the most tech-savvy manner with the use of state of the art technology.
Given the success of the TV series, the live show was created in 2007. Since its production, the show has been conducted in over two hundred cities and sold over eight million tickets, all around the globe. The show illustrates the evolution of the dinosaurs with cinematic naturalism. No wonder the critics have regarded the show as “spectacular” and “awesome”. Walking with Dinosaurs – The Arena Spectacular features twenty species from the entire reign of dinosaurs spanning over two hundred million years. Visit the Moda Center at the Rose Quarter in Portland and enjoy the breathtaking live experience of dinosaurs such as Plateosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex and Stegosaurus come to life. Opened in 1995, the arena is owned by Vulcan Inc.
Towards the end of the performance, the history of the world is played out showing the splitting of the earth’s continents, volcanic eruption, and forest catching fire, all leading to massive changes that resulted in the extinction of dinosaurs. It’s a must watch.