PAW Patrol LIVE coming to Tucson - Tucson News Now

PAW Patrol LIVE coming to Tucson

(Source: PAW Patrol Live) (Source: PAW Patrol Live)
ARIZONA (Tucson News Now) -

PAW Patrol Live is on a roll, and it's heading to Tucson.

The two-show run will be at Centennial Hall Tuesday, April 17 and Wednesday, April 18

Tickets, which are $24, $30 and $40, are available Ticketmaster.

The “Race to the Rescue" show is based on hit preschool series PAW Patrol, which airs on Nickelodeon.

No job is too big, no pup is too small and all paws will be on deck for the live version of the popular children's show featuring a team of young pups that each have a job to do, from fighting fires to recycling.

They go on missions to help others, using their unique talents and working as a team to accomplish the mission.

"When Mayor Goodway goes missing during the day of The Great Adventure Bay Race, the pups come to the rescue," the VStar Entertainment Group said in a news release. "Join Ryder, Chase, Marshall, Rocky, Rubble, Zuma, Skye and Everest when they visit Tucson!"

You can follow the pups as they tour by liking their Facebook page.

Tickets can also be purchased by calling 1-800-745-3000.

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