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‘Baby Shark’ is launching a 100-date tour

Steven Adams
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PinkFong via YouTube
Baby Shark Live is coming to 100 North American venues starting this fall.

In case you don’t already get enough “Baby Shark” in your life, the viral video has spawned a live stage show.

The viral video with the annoyingly catchy song has been viewed more than 2.9 billion times on YouTube and is the soundtrack for some households with young kids.

SmartStudy, the South Korean producers of the two-minute PinkFong earworm, are bringing the video to life with a 100-date North American tour.

“They will be on an adventure to find new friends, both by land and by sea, taking families in the audience on that journey with them,” show producer Stephen Shaw tells Billboard. The show is aimed at preschool age kids as young as two years old and will feature a ten person cast and a large video component.”

No dates have been announced but fans can sign up to be notified when the Baby Shark Live schedule goes live.

In the mean time, go ahead and give it another listen.

Steven Adams is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Steven at 412-380-5645 or [email protected].

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