Tickets Now on Sale for Annual Kids’ Night on Broadway

Tickets Now on Sale for Annual Kids’ Night on Broadway

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The annual Kids’ Night on Broadway will take place on Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2018.

It's time to buy your tickets for the annual Kids' Night on Broadway! The event, taking place on Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2018, allows children ages 18 and younger to obtain a free ticket to participating Broadway shows with a paying adult. It's advised to book your tickets now because this event will sell out.  

Participating shows include Aladdin, Anastasia, The Lion King, SpongeBob SquarePants, Wicked, A Bronx Tale The Musical, The Band's Visit, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Chicago, Come From Away, Farinelli and The King, Kinky Boots, Once On This Island, The Phantom of the Opera, and School of Rock the Musical. For more information, visit kidsnightonbroadway.com/shows.

The program also offers families restaurant and parking discounts. In the past, many restaurants in the Times Square area have offered free dinner entrees for Kids’ Night on Broadway ticket holders. A list of participating restaurants for 2018 will be soon be available online at kidsnightonbroadway.com/restaurants.

According to a press release from the Broadway League, select shows will host in-theater activities including talkbacks, distribution of Kids’ Night Activity Books, and other events still to be announced.

This year’s Kids’ Night on Broadway ambassadors are Anastasia star Christy Altomare, Tony Award-winning Once on This Island star Lea Salonga, and SpongeBob SquarePants star Ethan Slater.

Tickets can be purchased through the Kids' Night on Broadway website. Tickets can also be ordered by phone or by visiting the shows' box offices. All tickets must be purchased in pairs—one for an adult and one for a child age 18 and younger. Visit kidsnightonbroadway.com for more details.


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Main image: Todrick Hall the 2017’s Kids’ Night Ambassador, and Kids’ Night on Broadway attendees.
Courtesy Kids' Night On Broadway 

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