‘Disney Princess – The Concert’ is Coming to Cities Across the U.S.

by | Sep 27, 2023 | Disney News, News Outside the Parks

See your favorite princess stories come to life in a special concert series performed by incredible musicians and a cast of stars.

Disney Princess fans, you’ve got plans in 2024: Plans to see Disney Princess – The Concert, that is! This incredible experience, which will kick off a 39-city run in March 2024, will bring your favorite characters and stories onto the stage with some of the most beloved songs at the center of each performance. What’s in store? Find out everything you need to know about this concert series below.

What is Disney Princess – The Concert?

Disney Princess – The Concert Snow White

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If you’ve always loved the music of classic Disney Princess movies, Disney Princess – The Concert is a show you’ll absolutely adore. This stage show, which is designed to celebrate the songs from films like The Little Mermaid, The Princess and the Frog, and Frozen, combines larger-than-life animation, theatrical effects, and acclaimed Broadway and television stars to create a show that’s immersive and totally magical.

Disney Princess – The Concert actually started as the Broadway Princess Party back in 2015 at New York City’s Feinstein’s/54 Below. It began traveling soon after, and has since morphed into a much larger production featuring some of Broadway’s biggest stars (and even more princesses, of course!). The show officially became Disney Princess – The Concert in 2021/2022, and since its inaugural tour has visited 18 countries and 5 continents, performing with legends like the Boston pops and the National Symphony Orchestra.

At the heart of every show are the powerhouse vocal talents who sing princess, hero, and villain songs audiences have loved for years. Plus, you’ll also get the chance to hear some behind-the-scenes stories from those who’ve been part of the films and their music to learn what it was like offscreen.

Each performance runs 1 hour and 45 minutes, with a 20-minute intermission. The song list includes staples like “A Whole New World,” “Just Around the Riverbend,” “Part of Your World,” and “Let It Go.”

Who is Disney Princess – The Concert For?

Audiences of all ages and any Disney Princess fan will love Disney Princess – The Concert. It’s best for ages 6 and up. 

Keep in mind that while audience members are encouraged to wear their best regal attire, this concert doesn’t feature costumed characters. It’s Broadway performers who appear as themselves, so there are no meet and greets held before or after each performance. 

Where to See Disney Princess – The Concert

Disney Princess – The Concert Frozen

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In 2024, Disney Princess – The Concert will be hitting the road and visiting 39 cities across the U.S. for performances. Tickets go on sale at 10 AM local time on September 29, 2023! 

The first performance of the 2024 concert series will take place on March 5, 2024 in Memphis, Tennessee. The remaining 38 shows will take place throughout the months of March and April. Here’s a look at all of the concert dates, cities, and venues:

  • March 5 – Memphis, TN – Orpheum Theatre
  • March 6 – Springfield, IL – UIS Performing Arts Center
  • March 7 – Appleton, WI – Fox Cities Performing Arts Center
  • March 8 – Cincinnati, OH – Taft Theatre
  • March 9 – Kalamazoo, MI – Miller Auditorium
  • March 10 – Chicago, IL – Rosemont Theatre
  • March 12 – Fort Wayne, IN – Embassy Theatre
  • March 13 – Detroit, MI – Fox Theatre
  • March 14 – Indianapolis, IN – Clowes Memorial Hall
  • March 15 – Milwaukee, WI – Riverside Theater
  • March 16 – St. Louis, MO – Fox Theatre
  • March 17 – Oklahoma City, OK – Civic Center Music Hall
  • March 19 – Denver, CO – Buell Theatre
  • March 21 – San Jose, CA – San Jose Civic Center
  • March 22 – Anaheim, CA – City National Grove Anaheim
  • March 23 – Mesa, AZ – Mesa Arts Center
  • March 24 – Long Beach, CA – Terrace Theater
  • March 26 – Eugene, OR – Hult Center
  • March 27 – Spokane, WA – First Interstate Center for the Arts
  • March 28 – Seattle, WA – McCaw Hall
  • March 29 – Boise, ID – Morrison Center for the Performing Arts
  • March 30 – Salt Lake City, UT – Eccles Theater
  • April 2 – San Antonio, TX – Tobin Center
  • April 3 – Austin, TX – Long Center
  • April 4 – New Orleans, LA – Saenger Theatre
  • April 5 – Birmingham, AL – BJCC Concert Hall
  • April 6 – Clearwater, FL – Ruth Eckerd Hall
  • April 7 – Fort Lauderdale, FL – AuRene Theater
  • April 8 – Orlando, FL – Steinmetz Hall at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
  • April 10 – Greensboro, NC – Tanger Center
  • April 11 – Columbus, GA – RiverCenter
  • April 12 – Charlotte, NC – Ovens Auditorium
  • April 13 – Atlanta, GA – Fox Theatre
  • April 14 – Durham, NC – Durham Performing Arts Center
  • April 16 – Schenectady, NY – Proctors
  • April 17 – Red Bank, NJ – Count Basie Center for the Arts
  • April 18 – Providence, RI – Providence Performing Arts Center
  • April 19 – Rochester, NY – Kodak Center
  • April 20 – Buffalo, NY – Shea’s Buffalo Theatre

So, what’s in store for the 2024 Disney Princess – The Concert tour? The cast will feature new performers, like Lissa deGuzman (who played Jasmine in Broadway’s Aladdin and performed in Wicked), Syndee Winters (who played Nala in Broadway’s The Lion King and performed in Hamilton), and Anneliese van der Pol (Broadway’s final Belle in Beauty and the Beast and star of Disney Channel’s That’s So Raven and Raven’s Home). Music Director Benjamin Rauhala (from Fiddler on the Roof and The Secret Life of Bees) and Adam J. Levy (of Moulin Rouge and Waitress) will also be part of the cast.

To buy tickets for any of the 2024 concert dates, visit DisneyConcerts.com!

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Heather is a lifelong Disney fan who grew up at Disneyland and loves spending as much time as possible in the parks. As WDW Magazine’s Content Operations Manager, Heather is a content creator and strategist with experience at a wide variety of different outlets. She’s written for publications including Clean Eating Magazine, Fatherly, The Drive, Task and Purpose, Healthversed, Nation.com, and Car Bibles. Heather also authored the book Fidget!: 101 Ways to Boost Your Creativity and Decrease Stress.
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Heather is a lifelong Disney fan who grew up at Disneyland and loves spending as much time as possible in the parks. As WDW Magazine’s Content Operations Manager, Heather is a content creator and strategist with experience at a wide variety of different outlets. She’s written for publications including Clean Eating Magazine, Fatherly, The Drive, Task and Purpose, Healthversed, Nation.com, and Car Bibles. Heather also authored the book Fidget!: 101 Ways to Boost Your Creativity and Decrease Stress.
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