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The Lion King On Broadway in New York City

November 22, 2022 @ 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM EST

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Treat yourself to a visual feast at the Tony award-winning ‘The Lion King’ on Broadway. This acclaimed stage adaptation of the Disney classic brings the story of Simba and friends to life with music by Elton John and Tim Rice, paired with dazzling stage direction and costumes courtesy of Julie Taymor. Kids and adults both will love the extravagant animal puppetry and familiar songs like ‘Hakuna Matata.’
Tickets to ‘The Lion King’ at the Minskoff Theater, New York City.
The show includes the Oscar-winning song “Can You Feel the Love Tonight.”
Appeals to adults and children alike.
Choice of matinee or evening shows.

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95% of the people who watched the show gave it 4/5 or 5/5 stars.

Many people especially travel to New York City to watch this classic on Broadway.

Here are some of the reviews from April 2022 on the Viator website:

“Just being brought back to my childhood and how great this show was it was my first time watching a Broadway show, and will be sure to attend again!”

“A fantastic show! I was pleasantly surprised by the seats we had been allocated. Picking up the tickets was really easy. I can’t recommend booking theses tickets enough.”

“I’m not one to usually leave reviews but I felt in this particular experience I have to. This show was absolutely incredible. The most amazing show I have ever saw and would highly highly recommend to any one visiting New York. This show is a MUST.”


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November 22, 2022
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
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Minskoff Theatre, NYC
200 W 45th St
New York City, NY 10036 United States
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