The SpongeBob Musical is coming to Boston this October and this is your chance to purchase tickets at up to 35% off for you and family to see this hilarious cartoon come to life!
After premiering in Chicago and a run on Broadway in 2016, the award-winning SpongeBob Musical has hit the road for its first-ever national tour across the United States. Nickelodeon brings the adorable and goofy story of SpongeBob to life through this brilliant performance. With the set just as whimsical and colorful as the series, watch as some of the world’s most beloved characters dance and perform in a hilarious live show.
In a world where the power of optimism really can save the world, you’ll fall in love all over again with SpongeBob, Patrick, Squidward, Sandy, and the rest of the musical’s cast. The actors and singers are all incredibly talented and put on a show you’re sure to remember.
The performance features a score of whimsical musical numbers, Tony-nominated orchestrations by Tom Kitt, and a storyline from a book by Kyle Jarrow.
Of course, The SpongeBob Musical offers fun for the whole family — from little kids to adults. While there are plenty of jokes your children will love, there are also visuals and content that will impress theater lovers.
Catch this comical and inspiring performance a few dates this October at the Boch Center Wang Theatre in Boston. It’s sure to be one of the best things to do in Boston during its run!
Don’t miss your chance to purchase discounted tickets for you and your family before they sell out. The SpongeBob Musical runs from October 15-27, but tickets are going fast.
Better yet, as a Boston on Budget reader, use this link to purchase your tickets through Goldstar and receive your exclusive 35% discount to see The SpongeBob Musical!
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