The Lion King [CANCELLED] Tickets
Minskoff Theatre | New York City, NY
Have you heard the news that has Manhattan New York marking their calendars in anticipation? Then you must know that on Wednesday 2nd June 2021 the Minskoff Theatre is excited to host The Lion King for a live musical show. This marks the only time this June that you can experience the magnificent talent, endless passion, and relentless energy of this incredible musical. Disney’s award-winning musical will explode with glorious colours, stunning effects and bewitching music as it follows Simba’s powerful story. Is it any wonder why there’s already hype and buzz surrounding this opening night? If you haven’t already booked your seats to see 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 magnificent Broadway Musicals have taken notice and are already rushing the ticket stands. But you can get your tickets now by clicking the Buy Tickets button below. But don’t wait, because once these tickets are gone, they are gone for good!
This June is your only opportunity to experience the greatest Broadway Musical of the decade, when Disney’s – The Lion King comes to the Minskoff Theatre stage! This venue has everything you could need from a theatre, as well as loads of awesome features that you can’t find anywhere else, and marks another in a long line of stunning 5-star premieres and shows that they have booked to bring the very best in theatrical productions to the state. Before experiencing the glorious colours and enchanting music that only Disney deliver, you can savour a dinner at one of the stunning restaurants and bars located nearby. Friendly staff will greet you once you arrive and help you find your seat. Then once the show begins, you’ll be close to the action on any seat in the house, because the Minskoff Theatre has been designed with world-class acoustics and lighting. So join us, and watch Simba journey from a wide-eyed cub to his destined role as King!