The Lion King Tickets
Minskoff Theatre | New York City, NY
Today’s the day to get your tickets and see the incredible The Lion King, the hottest new Musical that’s coming to the Minskoff Theatre in Manhattan, New York on Wednesday 22nd September 2021. This outstanding musical will bring the ultimate musical performers of this magnificent theater company for a awe-inspiring show. Disney’s award-winning musical will explode with glorious colours, breathtaking effects and enchanting music as it follows Simba’s powerful story. Fans are already rushing to get their tickets, so if you want to join a capacity crowd in experiencing this show, you need to act soon. So ensure you are in the audience to experience The Lion King live on Wednesday 22nd September 2021 at the Minskoff Theatre. Click the Buy Tickets button below to secure your tickets now!
Experience the stunning artistry, unforgettable music and exhilarating choreography of this musical theatre phenomenon right here at Minskoff Theatre in Manhattan on Wednesday 22nd September 2021. The Lion King is a dramatic coming of age story. The young Simba a Prince among animals, spends his days in the sprawling Savannah watching his father, Mufasa the King of the jungle, while doing as little as lionly possible. But Tragedy strikes when Simba’s dreadful uncle, Scar, assassinates Simba’s father! Simba flees into the jungle leaving everything and everyone he’s ever known behind. How will our young Prince survive out in the Badlands? What will become of his great kingdom? Well, get your tickets to the Lion King at Minskoff Theatre to find out! Newsday called it “A jaw-dropping magnificent spectacle”, and it truly is one of the top shows ever! Since opening on Broadway in November 1997, THE LION KING has become the most successful musical in history, winning over 70 major theatre awards including the Tony Award for Best Musical, the Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Musical and a Grammy for Best Musical Show Album. This truly is a theatre production phenomenon, and you absolutely have to see it for yourself!