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Disney's The Lion King at the Mandalay Bay Las Vegas


The Lion King in Las Vegas - CLOSED DECEMBER 31, 2011
Disney's The Lion King at the Mandalay Bay Las Vegas

Marija Juliette Abney, Jeremiah Tatum, and Derrick Spear in the opening number “The Circle of Life” from THE LION KING Las Vegas.

©2009, Disney. Photo Credit: Joan Marcus
The Mandalay Bay Theater comes alive before the show as the sights and sounds of anticipation filter throughout the crowd. You'll feel the magic of this popular musical from the minute the lights go dark straight through the final number. Disney's THE LION KING will dazzle your imagination.

Disney's THE LION KING can be seen at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino and the show will take you through the African Savannah in the stage adaptation of the animated feature that, if you have kids, you might be very well acquainted with. The music is catchy, the sets are glorious and the costumes will dazzle your imagination. There is no passport needed but you will be transported to another world with Disney's The Lion King in Las Vegas.

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If you are a fan of the Lion King you won't want to miss the Lion King Wax figure at Madame Tussaud's at the Venetian Las Vegas. It's like you are right there with Rafiki.

Las Vegas locals get a special treat when combining dinner and a show at the Mandalay Bay Hotel. The dinner and show package includes a choice or four restaurants, Rick Moonen's RM Seafood, Charlie Palmer’s Aureole, Michael Mina’s STRIPSTEAK and Hubert Keller’s Fleur de Lys as well as a ticket to Disney's THE LION KING for $109 per person. Call 877.632-7400 or Visit the Lion King Website for more info.

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