Disney’s Phineas and Ferb LIVE Show

Do your kids like the Disney Phineas and Ferb television show? Than they will LOVE the Phineas and Ferb: The Best LIVE Tour Ever!

I took my twelve-year-old daughter and my son who is three, last weekend. The show is a high-energy live show, complete with some great songs (some of which are still stuck in our heads!), humor, and even some audience interaction. All of the cartoon characters come to life in the part rock concert, part adventure show. Some of the songs were familiar and some were new, but they all helped to move the show along in a fun way.

The Danville Tri-State kids try to make the last day of summer the best day ever by building the best invention ever, while Perry the platypus battles Dr. Doofenshmirtz to save the Danville Tri-State area from the evil scientist’s latest scheme.

The show is really fun and great for all ages. Even though the television show is geared toward a tween audience (9-14), my three-year-old had a lot of fun. He really loved the scenes with Perry the platypus as well as the marshmallow song, which he loved because the scene had a gigantic monster truck that rolled on stage; my daughter and I thought the “Squirrels in My Pants” number was funny.

The closer you sit to the stage the better the chance that you could be pulled into the action! Giant beach balls are tossed into the audience at one point in the show and are bounced around by the crowd, and during another song, prizes are shot out into the audience. Then, at intermission dancers come out to take pictures and if you are lucky you can be part of the live action show when intermission ends and the dancers choose you to go up on stage to sing a song with Phineas and Ferb. When we went, about twelve kids got to sing and dance on stage!

I would highly recommend the show as a great family event. The show is only two hours from start to finish so heading out to lunch or dinner before or after would really complete the day! My other daughter had to miss the show but it is playing in November at the Hanover Theater in Worcester, MA so we may just go again!

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