- PJ MASKS LIVE!
TIME TO BE A HERO LIVE!
PJ MASKS LIVE: is a super-heroic, brand new live musical show, featuring the heroic trio from your favorite series: The PJ MASKS! Watch Catboy, Owlette and Gekko as they try to save the day from the sneaky villains - Romeo, Night Ninja and Luna Girl! Fluttering Feathers! Leaping Lizards! What a CAT-tastrophe!
You’ve NEVER seen the PJ Masks like this before - leaping, flipping and climbing - live on stage! Complete with your favorite music and brand new songs you’ve never heard before! Don’t sleep through it – watch the PJ Masks save the day, live on stage!
The Very Important PJ Masks Meet & Greet ticket features premium show seating, access to an after-show Meet & Greet photo opportunity with your 3 favorite Heroes, along with a PJ Masks souvenir bag!
Meet & Greet Ticket purchasers should go to the check-in table prior to the event to pick up the Meet & Greet passes, bags and after-show instructions. Each adult and child (age 1 and up) in a group must have a Meet & Greet Ticket. Patrons will be directed where to go for the after-show event. The Meet & Greet event will start shortly after the end of show and last approximately 30 minutes.
Please make sure to bring your camera, as you will want to capture every superhero moment!
Parents, please note that our Meet & Greet characters come in costume directly from the stage. While most children are excited to meet the characters up-close, others can feel frightened. If your child is scared or hesitant to meet the characters, we recommend moving to the back of the line; This will allow your child the extra time he/she may need to warm up to the characters and see how they interact with other children present.
A Meet & Greet ticket must be purchased by a Parent/Guardian along with the child's Meet & Greet ticket. Children are not allowed access without a Meet & Greet paid adult.
“After summer camp, she spent a lot of time developing plays with her friends. She was interested before, but now she thinks she’s a director and an actress and ... just anything.”
- Catherine, parent of second-grader Meg in Des Moines