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About  Jurassic World

Join forces with a team of scientists to unravel a corrupt plan and save Jeanie, an all-new dinosaur, from a terrible fate. Along the way, experience some of Jurassic World’s most iconic dinosaurs including Blue the Raptor, Triceratops, Pteranodons and the mighty T-Rex!

Jurassic World Live Tour is a live arena show. Twenty-four dinosaurs will be included in the show with seven species in total. These dinosaurs include a 43-foot long T. rex that weighs 8,000 lbs., Blue, the Velociraptor from the Jurassic World franchise, and Pteranodons that will swoop down and pick performers up during the show. There is an exclusive, environmental seating section on the arena floor that puts you and your family in the middle of the adrenaline-pumping adventure!

The show follows an original storyline that takes place at some point between the first two Jurassic World movies. The story is written by Shawn Thomas and Steve Jarczak and directed by Dan Shipton and Ross Nicholson. The story begins on the day Jurassic World falls and ends before the beginning of the adventures shown in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. The story  focuses around a team of scientists led by Dr. Kate Walker that have been working on a "Dino-Decoder," a device that allows humans to understand dinosaur emotions. After the Indominus rex escapes on Isla Nublar, the team becomes separated. It is not until later on when the "Dino-Decoder" sends out a signal that the team discovers that Jeannie - a Troodon that the team had been testing the device on - is still alive. As the team sets out on a quest to save her, they discover that InGen still intends to weaponize dinosaurs and that they are intrigued by the "Dino-Decoder" and Jeanie. The adventure moves to an InGen facility in Chile, where conflict breaks out featuring dinosaur-on-dinosaur and dinosaur-on-human battles. The story then circles back to Isla Nublar.

The dinosaurs move through animatronics (for the larger dinosaurs) and live acting (for the smaller dinosaurs) in which "dinoteers" walk the dinosaurs around the arena while wearing dinosaur costumes. The show also features stunts using props such as a Jurassic World Jeep, motorcycles and a Gyrosphere. There’s always something to look at on stage: perhaps it’s two duelers on motorbikes, or an exciting (kid-friendly) fight, or a dinosaur chase, or a character doing a dance.

The show is canon. The production crew consulted with Steven Spielberg, Colin Trevorrow and Frank Marshall during the creation of the show, ensuring that there were no continuity errors between the show and the Jurassic World story, as well as ensuring that the dinosaurs, props and tone of the show aligned with that of the Jurassic World franchise. The show features the original score from the movies.

If you’re looking for a fun night out with your family (or friends) that’s a departure from the click-and-watch entertainment we’re so used to, Jurassic World Live will definitely be a fun experience for everyone.

Jurassic World tickets now available for purchase. Be there for a wild experience and get Jurassic World tickets before it is too late.