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‘Disney Junior Live On Tour: Costume Palooza’ welcomes new characters

by Susan and Simon Veness

Spidey, Ghost-spider, Miles Morales, and other characters from Disney Junior television programs will join Mickey Mouse and his pals during the 80-city tour of “Disney Junior Live On Tour: Costume Palooza.”

Disney Junior Live On Tour spidey
Photos by Phil McCarten, courtesy of Disney

New photos have been released showing Spidey, Ghost-spider, and Miles Morales from “Marvel’s Spidey and his Amazing Friends,” who will make their first appearances along with Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Doc McStuffings, and the Puppy Dog Pals.

Disney Junior Live On Tour ghost-spider

Also new to the 2022 tour are Alice from “Alice’s Wonderland Bakery” and Bo from “Firebuds.”

Among the songs youngsters can expect to hear are the new original ditty, “Green Gobby Party,” written by Patrick Stump (Fall Out Boy), composer/songwriter for “Marvel’s Spidey and his Amazing Friends.”

Additional tunes from Disney Junior’s popular series’ will also be part of the tour. Find the full playlist on DisneyMusic.co.

“Disney Junior Live On Tour: Costume Palooza” is an interactive concert featuring singing, dancing, 3D special effects, and cirque-style performances, all geared toward children and fans of Disney Junior. The national tour runs from Sept. 2-December 17, 2022.

Remaining “Disney Junior Live On Tour: Costume Palooza” tour dates are:

Disney Junior Live On Tour performers

September 6 – Midland, Texas, Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center
September 8 – Austin, Texas, Bass Concert Hall
September 9 – Sugar Land, Texas, Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land
September 10 – Grand Prairie, Texas, Texas Trust CU Theatre

September 11 – San Antonio, Texas, Majestic Theatre (2 shows)
September 13 – Springfield, Mo., Juanita K. Hammons Hall
September 14 – Wichita, Kan., Orpheum Theatre
September 15 – Topeka, Kan., Topeka Performing Arts Center
September 16 – Saint Louis, Mo., The Fabulous Fox Theatre
September 17 – Des Moines, Iowa, Des Moines Civic Center
September 18 – Lincoln, N.E., Lied Center for Performing Arts
September 20 – Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Paramount Theatre
September 21 – Dubuque, Iowa, Five Flags Center
September 22 – Bemidji, Minn., Sanford Center
September 23 – Ralston, N.E., Liberty First Credit Union Arena
September 24 – Minneapolis, Minn., The Orpheum Theatre

September 24 – Minneapolis, Minn., The Orpheum Theatre
September 25—Chicago, Ill., The Chicago Theatre
September 27 – Marion, Ill., Marion Cultural and Civic Center
September 28 – Richmond, Ky., EKU Center For The Arts
September 29 – Cincinnati, Ohio, Taft Theatre
September 30 – Madison, Wis., Overture Center for the Arts
October 1 – Milwaukee, Wis., The Riverside Theater
October 2 – Midland, Mich. Midland Center for the Arts (2 shows)
October 4 – Louisville, Ky., Louisville Palace Theater
October 5 – Wabash, Ind., Honeywell Center
October 6 – Indianapolis, Ind., Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
October 7 – Lima, Ohio, Veterans Memorial Civic and Convention Center
October 8 – Cleveland, Ohio, Connor Palace
October 9 – Detroit, Mich. Fox Theatre
October 11 – Columbus, Ohio, Palace Theatre
October 12 – Charleston, W. Va., Clay Center
October 13 – Greensburg, Pa., The Palace Theatre
October 14 – Lancaster, Pa., American Music Theatre
October 15 – Wallingford, Conn., Toyota Oakdale Theatre
October 16 – Lowell, Mass. Lowell Memorial Auditorium (2 shows)
October 18 – Burlington, Vt., The Flynn
October 19 – Greenvale, N.Y., Tilles Center
October 20 – Providence, R.I., Providence Performing Arts Center
October 21 – Baltimore, Md., The Lyric
October 22 – Washington, DC, Warner Theatre (2 shows)
October 23 – Albany, N.Y., Palace Theatre
October 25 – Rochester, N.Y., Kodak Center
October 26 – Wilkes Barre, Pa., F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts
October 27 – Concord, N.H., Capitol Center for the Arts – Chubb Theater
October 28 – Philadelphia, Pa., Kimmel Cultural Campus
October 29 – Morristown, N.J., Mayo Performing Arts Center (2 shows)
October 30 – Red Bank, N.J., Count Basie Center for the Arts (2 shows)
November 1 – Williamsport, Pa., Community Arts Center
November 2 – Norfolk, Va., Chrysler Hall
November 3 – Richmond, Va., Altria Theater
November 4 – Roanoke, Va., Berglund Performing Arts Theatre
November 5 – North Charleston, S.C., North Charleston Performing Arts Center
November 6 – Charlotte, N.C., Belk Theater
November 8 – Greensboro, N.C., Tanger Center
November 10 – Durham, N.C., DPAC Durham
November 11 – Columbia, S.C., Township Auditorium
November 12 – Birmingham, Ala., BJCC Concert Hall
November 13 – Nashville, Tenn., Opry House
November 14 – Chattanooga, Tenn., Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium
November 15 – Memphis, Tenn., Orpheum Theatre
November 17 – Jacksonville, Fla., Florida Theatre
November 18 – Orlando, Fla., Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
November 19 – Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Broward Center (2 shows)
November 20 – Clearwater, Fla., Ruth Eckerd Hall (2 shows)

November 22 – Greenville, S.C ., Peace Center
November 23 – Knoxville, Tenn., Tennessee Theatre
November 25 – New Orleans, La., Saenger Theatre
November 26 – Atlanta, Ga., Fox Theatre
November 27 – Mobile, Ala., Saenger Theatre
November 30 – Colorado Spring, Colo., Pikes Peak Center
December 1 – Denver, Colo., Paramount Theatre
December 2 – Salt Lake City, Utah, Kingsbury Hall
December 4 – Seattle, Wash., The Paramount
December 5 – Eugene, Ore., Hult Center for the Performing Arts
December 6 – Portland, Ore.,  Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
December 8 – San Jose, Calif., San Jose Civic
December 12 – Santa Rosa, Calif., Luther Burbank Memorial Foundation
December 14 – Anaheim, Calif., City National Grove of Anaheim
December 15 – El Cajon, Calif., The Magnolia
Dec. 17 – Los Angeles, Calif., Orpheum Theatre (2 shows)

*Dates are subject to change.

For more information about the tour and to purchase tickets, visit DisneyJuniorTour.com

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