Wizard of Oz Tickets

A classic for the entire family comes to the stage. The Wizard of Oz has been captivating audiences since the motion picture release in 1939! This celebration of MGM’s iconic production will bring you right back to the moment you first experienced The Wizard of Oz. From the moment the tornado touches down, you will be transported to the enchanting land of Oz, along with the yellow brick road, the lovable munchkins, and of course, the flying monkeys. This show is a must see for Wizard of Oz fans of all ages. RazorGator has your Wizard of Oz tickets for all show dates around the country.

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The Wizard of Oz Theater News and Updates

2014 Season

One of the best films of all time is taking a tour across the country: September 2013 to June 2014. The Wizard of Oz will be sticking to the west coast throughout October – playing dates in Las Vegas, L.A., Seattle, and San Francisco. Then the show takes a full month off in November, reconvening in December at the Ordway Center in St. Paul. The Wizard of Oz will be performed at that particular venue until the end of 2013. And there is even a show scheduled for Christmas Day. Wizard of Oz Christmas tickets start at $307 for balcony seating, but in fact that is the going rate for the venue.
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The start of the new year will bring eight shows in Greenville, SC. Then a run of sixteen shows at the Broward Center Au Rene Theater in Fort Lauderdale. Tickets for most of the Florida dates start at $75, but the show on January 12 starts at $152. In February, The Wizard of Oz will be performed in Tempe, AZ and Costa Mesa, CA, then another eight shows in Tucson. Wizard of Oz tickets for Centennial Hall start at $102. Another chunk of sixteen shows will be performed at the Hobby Center in Houston. Ticket starting prices are $75 or $90.

April of 2014 has shows scheduled for Arkansas, North Carolina, and Michigan. There will be another two-week break at the beginning of May, and the final performances will take place in St. Louis and Philadelphia at the Fabulous Fox Theatre and the Academy of Music, respectively. Don’t miss your chance to see Dorothy and her three beloved cohorts live on the stage!
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