Trolls on Tour! Here's a First Look at the Upcoming Interactive Musical Show
This marks the first original touring production starring some favorite characters such as Poppy, Branch and all the Trolls friends
Trolls fans, get ready for magical new experience!
In a PEOPLE exclusive first peek, fans of the 2016 blockbuster animated film can now see their favorite characters in a tour called Trolls LIVE!
This marks the first original touring production starring some favorite characters such as Poppy, Branch and all the Trolls friends.
The story follows Poppy and Branch as they enlist the help of their friends when their beloved tradition Hug Time is unexpectedly put at risk.
Full of singing, dancing, rainbows, glitter and plenty of hugs, the extravaganza will have a number of interactive surprises.
“We look forward to bringing this beloved franchise to life across the globe,” said Eric Grilly, CEO, VStar Entertainment Group. “Our venue partners are particularly enthusiastic about Trolls LIVE! as it delivers fresh new content, incorporates familiar music and immerses families into the lives of their favorite characters. Fans of all ages will delight in the singing, dancing and glitter-filled celebration that only the Trolls can bring.”
The tour will make its way across the country, but it is by no means the be all and end all of the franchise.
An upcoming feature film, Trolls World Tour, is set for release in the spring of 2020, as well as an original Netflix series DreamWorks Trolls: The Beat Goes On!
Pre-sale tickets are available to those who sign up to the Trolls LIVE! fan club, Trolls Hair Mail, beginning April 24.
Tickets will be available to the general public on Friday, May 3.
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