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Disney Junior Live on Tour is coming to Bemidji Sept. 22

Dress up and join the party with “Disney Junior Live On Tour: Costume Palooza” coming to Bemidji at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 22, at the Sanford Center, 1111 Event Center Drive NE.

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“Disney Junior Live On Tour: Costume Palooza” is coming to Bemidji at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 22, at the Sanford Center, 1111 Event Center Drive NE.
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BEMIDJI — Dress up and join the party with “Disney Junior Live On Tour: Costume Palooza” coming to Bemidji at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 22, at the Sanford Center, 1111 Event Center Drive NE.

According to a release, the all-new show features the first appearance of characters from “Marvel’s Spidey and his Amazing Friends” in addition to Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Doc McStuffins, the Puppy Dog Pals, and Alice from Disney Junior’s newest hit series “Alice’s Wonderland Bakery,” live on stage.

The immersive, interactive concert experience includes singing, dancing, acrobatics and 3D special effects. It will feature favorite songs from the hit Disney Junior series, as well as new original music, the release said.

In “Disney Junior Live On Tour: Costume Palooza,” Mickey, Minnie, and their pals are getting ready to throw a huge costume party but mysterious weather keeps interrupting the fun. Can Team Spidey help save the Costume Palooza?

“We are going to blow the minds of Disney Junior fans with all the on-stage fun and new songs we have in store for them,” Jonathan Shank, producer and CEO of Terrapin Station Entertainment, said in the release. “We are so excited to be working with the Disney Junior team again on this premier preschool production bringing back all the beloved Disney characters, and now, for the first time, ‘Marvel’s Spidey and his Amazing Friends.'”

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Tickets are on sale now by visiting thesanfordcenter.com/tickets.

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