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Nickelodeon's Go, Diego, Go Live! Sets Out on Adventurous Trek in 2008 Across US and CanadaAmong 40 Stops Include: Boston, Atlanta, RaleighTour Begins January 22 and will Return to Radio City Music Hall After Record Breaking Run in 2007 (December 10, 2007)
"We're excited to continue last year's successful run with the second leg of the Go, Diego, Go Live! Tour," said
"We are extremely proud that so many families across the country enjoyed this fantastic production," says
The live-action stage show, Go, Diego, Go Live!, follows Diego, his sister Alicia and cousin Dora on an action-packed, special mission to get Baby Jaguar's growl back from the Bobos. Every child in the audience gets a jaguar mask to help on the interactive adventure to rescue animals, navigate through the rainforest and pass a giant waterfall to get to the Animal Carnivale. Featuring the familiar songs and characters from the award-winning Nick Jr. television show that fans have come to love, this live-action theatrical will take preschoolers on a high-stakes journey inspired by the rich environments of Latin America and by the animals that make their homes in those habitats.
Go, Diego, Go Live! The Great Jaguar Rescue comes on the heels of Nickelodeon Recreation and Live Nation's most recent project, Dora the Explorer Live!, which sold close to three million tickets during its domestic run and was the highest grossing project to-date for the Nickelodeon/Live Nation partnership. Dora the Explorer Live! first debuted at Radio City Music Hall in 2003 to sold-out audiences and broke box office records for a live family show run. Based on the hit Nick Jr. series, Dora the Explorer, the show experienced continued success at Radio City through 2006, recently wrapped its third touring season, and made its debut in
State Farm will serve as the title sponsor of the Go, Diego, Go Live! tour.
In Fall 2005, Nick Jr. spun off Dora the Explorer's wildly popular cousin Diego into his own action-adventure series with the animated preschool show Go, Diego, Go! Currently in its second season, the series airs at
About Live Nation
Live Nation is a leading live event and venue management company focused on creating superior experiences for artists, performers, corporations and fans. Live Nation owns, operates and/or has booking rights for more than 150 venues worldwide and produced more than 29,500 events in 2005. Headquartered in
Other Live Nation family productions include touring productions of Nickelodeon's Dora the Explorer Live!, Blue's Clues Live! and Mattel's Barbie Live in Fairytopia!
Nickelodeon Recreation is one of the leading producers of top quality theatrical and touring shows for kids and their families. Strategically leveraging Nickelodeon's hits into high quality Broadway level stage productions that tour both domestically and in international markets, the division has executive produced 14 unique multimillion dollar theatrical stage productions that have grossed in excess of
Nick Jr. is a specially designed programming block airing on Nickelodeon weekdays from
Nickelodeon, in its 28th year, is the number-one entertainment brand for kids. It has built a diverse, global business by putting kids first in everything it does. The company includes television programming and production in the
DATE CITY VENUE January 22-23 York, PA Pullo Performing Arts Center January 25-26 New Brunswick, NJ State Theatre January 30- February 3 Atlanta, GA Fox Theatre February 5 Ashland, KY Paramount Arts Center February 7 State College, PA Bryce Jordan Center February 9 Syracuse, NY Landmark Theatre February 11 Portland, ME Merrill Auditorium February 13 Burlington, VT Memorial Auditorium February 15-17 Providence, RI PPAC February 21-22 Hoffman Estates, IL Sears Center February 23-24 Ft. Wayne, IN Embassy Theatre February 25-26 Champaign, IL Assembly Hall February 27 Cape Girardeau, MO Show Me Center February 29- March 2 Memphis, TN Orpheum Theatre March 7-9 Washington D.C. Warner Theatre March 11-12 Salem, VA Civic Center March 15-16 Wallingford, CT Chevrolet Theatre March 17 Red Bank, NJ Count Basie Theatre March 19-20 Norfolk, VA Chrysler Hall March 21-22 Raleigh, NC Progress Energy Center for PA March 26-30 New York, NY Radio City Music Hall April 3 Glen Falls, NY Civic Center Arena April 4-6 Boston, MA Opera House April 8 Elmira, NY First Arena April 10 Springfield, MA Symphony Hall Additional Dates for May-July will be announced shortly.
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