Tickets available to ‘The Lion King’ Jan. 11

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The Broadway sensation, The Lion King, comes to the Fox Theater in January.

The Big Canoe POA’s Programs and Events Committee has secured 40 group tickets to see the Tony Award-winning Broadway sensation, “The Lion King,” on Thursday, Jan. 11 at the historic Fox Theater. Join your neighbors and friends and experience the amazing life journey of Simba along with his friends Rafiki, Timon, Pumbaa, and Nala.

The Pridelands come alive with show-stopping costumes, stunning visuals and magical music that tells the story of a young lion cub, Simba, who inherits a kingdom from his father, Mufasa, but Simba’s evil uncle, Scar, terrifies the young cub into leaving his entire pride and duty behind. The play unfolds as Simba encounters new friends, new adventures and discovers how the Pridelands need him more than he ever could have imagined as evil Scar reigns.

The matinee show begins at 1:p.m. and the bus will leave the Wildcat Recreation Area at 11 a.m. The cost of The Lion King adventure is $120 and includes bus transportation, show ticket, and all taxes and tips.

Box lunches are available for purchase through Coast to Coast Catering or you may bring your own lunch for the trip. Dinner will not be provided for this day trip. Payments can be made by cash, check or POA account charge. Tickets are non-refundable. Contact Susan Willson, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to purchase tickets or more information.

Information submitted by the Programs & Events Committee

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