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Disney Junior ready for holiday party in Pittsburgh

Mary Pickels
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Disney Junior Holiday Party will bring its tour to Pittsburgh.

The all-new “Disney Junior Holiday Party! On Tour,” presented by Pull-Ups, will get the Christmas season started with a 6 p.m. Nov. 7 appearance at Pittsburgh’s Heinz Hall.

An extension of the popular Pollstar-nominated “Disney Junior Dance Party On Tour,” the 46-date interactive show features favorite Disney Junior characters, including Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Vampirina and Bingo and Rolly from “Puppy Dog Pals.”

Characters perform live on stage to Disney Junior hits and other holiday classics such as “Jingle Bells” and “Deck The Halls.” The show also includes a special appearance by characters from Disney Junior’s upcoming animated series, “T.O.T.S.,” and culminates with a special visit from Santa Claus.

Tickets are available at disneyjuniortour.com.

A variety of VIP packages are available, including pre-party and after-party experiences with character greetings, as well as the opportunity to take pictures with Santa.

“Disney Junior Holiday Party! On Tour” is written by Amy Tinkham, directed and choreographed by Scotty Nguyen, produced by Red Light Management’s Jonathan Shank and represented by Creative Artists Agency (CAA) and Shore Fire Media.

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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