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Elmo and his friends are no longer just an hour long show on televison, now children of all ages can enjoy Sesame Street LIVE. Like many Disney performances, Sesame Street has come alive and are producing kid-friendly concerts. Sesame Street Live, a licensee of Sesame Street, is in their 33rd season of tours. They offer shows like Can't Stop Singing, which display all of the Sesame gang belting out tunes while teaching valuable lessons. Kids will be entertained and amazed as their favorite characters come to life by dancing and performing live in front of their eyes.
Before the show families are invited to attend the Play Zone which is hosted by Murray. The Play Zone offers children a chance experience their favorite street. The best part is The Play Zone is completely free with a paid admission ticket.
Sesame Street is celebrating their 43rd anniversary and show no signs of slowing down. Many of us can remember growng up with Sesame Street during our childhood and now our children have the pleasure of enjoying the same educational fun.
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Cookie Monster aka Sid
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