Tickets for Disney’s "The Lion King" at Mandalay Bay Go on Sale February 28


Disney Theatrical Productions and Mandalay Bay have announced that tickets for Disney’s ”The Lion King” will go on sale to the public February 28. Fans will have the first opportunity to purchase tickets during a special on-sale event at the Mandalay Bay Events Center box office from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. Guest purchasing tickets will receive commemorative gifts during the special on-sale event, while supplies last. All other outlets, phone and online sales will launch at 10 a.m.

The first guest in line at the Mandalay Bay Events Center box office will receive complimentary autographed copies of “The Lion King: Pride Rock on Broadway,” and “How Does the Show Go On?” by Thomas Schumacher, president of Disney Theatrical Productions. The first 100 guests will receive a full-length CD of the musical; all purchasing guests at the box office during the event will receive a special gift, while supplies last.

Tickets will be available at the box office for $53, $86 and $113.50. VIP packages, which include premium seating, a complimentary souvenir program and a complimentary VIP show merchandise item, will be available for $168.50. Tax and service fees are included in all prices.

Beginning at 10 a.m. tickets will go on sale at all Las Vegas Ticketmaster locations (select Smith’s Food and Drug Centers, Macy’s West at the Fashion Show Mall and Ritmo Latino); via phone (with major credit card) through the box office at 702-632-7580 or Ticketmaster at 800-745-3000; and online via or Reservations for groups of 15 or more can be purchased now by calling 877-632-7505 or emailing [email protected].

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