Baby Shark Live is coming to Mississauga very soon
Baaaaaaaaaabeeeeeee shark, doo doo doo doo!
Maybe you're sick of the song, but your children most certainly are not—and you can take them to see Baby Shark in person sooner rather than later.
Pinkfong and Round Room Live recently announced that that Baby Shark Live!, an immersive concert experience based off the hit song, is making its Canadian debut this spring.
The show will launch in Vancouver on March 28 and visit over a dozen Canadian cities during the month of June.
Mississauga families can check out the show on June 16 at the Paramount Fine Foods Centre.
"We're thrilled to bring Baby Shark Live! to Canada," said Stephen Shaw, producer and co-president of Round Room Live, in a news release.
"This is a cultural phenomenon! We are so pleased how families responded in the US and we can't wait for Canadians to experience the show as well."
Organizers say the show sold-out performances across the United States during its 2019 inaugural fall tour. It was seen by nearly 100,000 fans in just six weeks.
Organizers say that during the show, fans will get to watch Baby Shark and his friend, Pinkfong, enjoy an "ocean adventure" while singing and dancing through new and classic songs including, Five Little Monkeys, Wheels on the Bus, Jungle Boogie, Monkey Banana Dance and of course, Baby Shark.
The hit song about a family of sharks has become something of a worldwide phenomenon, entering the Billboard Hot 100 at #32 and spending 17 weeks in the Top 50 while topping the Kids Digital Song Sales Chart.
The Baby Shark Dance video has over 4.7 billion views, making it the second most viewed video in the history of YouTube.
The show will also be taking place in a number of Ontario cities, including Kingston, London, Hamilton, Peterborough, and Kitchener.
Cover photo courtesy of Pinkfong’s official Facebook page
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