Disney Junior Live On Tour! Pirate & Princess Adventure Review

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Disclosure:  Tickets for the Disney Junior Live On Tour! Pirate & Princess Adventure were provided in order to provide an unbiased review.  All opinions are true and provided by a guest reviewer, Teacher With Class.

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Wow!  What an awesome experience my children were able to have when they attended Disney Junior Live On Tour! Pirate & Princess Adventure.  I attended this show with my almost 8 year old daughter and my sons who are 6 and 5 years old.  The show was broken up into two parts.  The first part was a story about Sophia the First.  This story had much singing and dancing.  My children participated in all that was asked of them very enthusiastically.  I was surprised that my sons liked this part as well as my daughter, but they did.  After Sofia the First, their was an intermission before Jake and the Neverland Pirates began.  Again, there was much singing and dancing which my children loved.

Disney Junior Live On Tour! Pirate & Princess Adventure Review

The Disney Junior Live On Tour! Pirate & Princess Adventure show used much lighting, smoke, bubbles, and a huge video screen to enhance the experience for everyone.  Our seats were way to the right of the stage and fairly high up.  Even though we were high up, my children could see very well.  If I would be ordering tickets for this show, I would recommend that you make sure that your seats are in the center section.  The disadvantage of sitting to the right or left of the stage is that the viewer misses some of the action of the show as the curtains were in the way of our view.

The only criticism I have is not with the show itself.  It is with the cost of everything that went with the show.  The parking was reasonably priced at $6.  No outside food or drink was allowed at the show.  Drinks, popcorn, or cotton candy were each $12 a piece.  This may not be a big deal if you only have one child, but multiply that by 3 and it becomes rather costly.  Programs for the show were $20 and the light up toys were $25.  Needless to say, we did not buy any of these items.  All in all, this event was a very memorable one for my children.

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