Music Hall at Fair Park Coupons and Deals
Everyone's favorite nanny is floating into Dallas to charm children and adults alike with the magic, music and adventures she brings. "Mary Poppins", the Tony-winning musical adaptation of Disney's Academy Award-winning film is coming to Music Hall at Fair Park. It's the story of the mischievous Banks children, whose lives are changed forever when Mary Poppins blows into town on a strong wind and becomes their new nanny. She takes the children on fantastic adventures with her friend Bert the chimney sweep and in the process helps heal a family at the breaking point. This magical musical will be filled with childhood memories for those who grew up with the film's timeless songs, such as "Chim Chim Cher-ee" and "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious."
They may have different opinions about bedtimes, but kids and parents can both agree on today's deal for exclusive pre-sale tickets: Pay $25 for one Price-Level 3 ticket, pay $35 for one Price-Level 2 ticket, or $45 for one Price-Level 1 ticket to see Yo Gabba Gabba! Live! at The Music Hall at Fair Park on Friday, March 15. Use your tickets to attend a 3 p.m. matinee show or a 6 p.m. evening show. Starring DJ Lance Rock, the whole Gabba Gang, and rap star Biz Markie, this live-action stage show features a mix of singing, dancing, outlandish costumes, and ultra-creative video with one goal in mind: to get your sillies out. Want more? Check out Yo Gabba Gabba! on Facebook.
See Tony Award winner Idina Menzel when she graces the Music Hall at Fair Park stage next week with the Dallas Pops Orchestra, and save up to 40%.Tickets to the show on Wednesday, June 13, at 7:30 p.m., are now available in the following seating levels:• Third Balcony seats … $30 (reg. $50)• Rear Orchestra and First Balcony seats … $42.25 (reg. $65) The New York Times calls the Broadway star "Diana Ross with 10 times the stamina and lung power." After making a name for herself on Broadway in the original productions of "Rent" and "Wicked," Menzel has found continued success in TV ("Glee") and movies ("Enchanted").