We’re Bringing Baby Shark to Hawai‘i! (Doo doo doo doo doo)
Here's where your kids can watch the wildly popular Baby Shark in person in November.
The song is catchy and inescapable. Baby Shark burst into viral video territory in 2018 and although parents rue (or doo doo doo doo) the day, keiki across the nation still have the fun version on their hit lists. Then, Baby Shark announced a live tour this fall, but it wasn’t coming to Hawai‘i.
So HONOLULU Family teamed up with Pinkfong and Koba Entertainment to bring the show to O‘ahu. Baby Shark and friends will hit the stage at the Neal Blasidell Concert Hall for four performances only on Nov. 23 and 24. And we’re making sure it is family friendly. No scary special effects. No two-hour long show without intermissions. No performances that go past bedtime.
Baby Shark runs 60 minutes. Popular animated characters Max and Ruby will kick off the fun followed by a selection of keiki songs featuring Pinkfong, Baby Shark and friends in a high-energy sing-a-long with eye-catching videos playing on a giant LED screen.
Prices start at just $15 for balcony seats, $25 for the floor. Kids younger than 2 are free. And if your kids definitely need that selfie, there are a limited number of tickets for a meet-and-greet session for an extra fee.
Tickets go on sale to the public through Ticketmaster on Sept. 19. But subscribers to HONOLULU Family’s free eNewsletter will be able to start saving their spaces on Sept. 16. If you do not yet receive our free listing of things to do every weekend, sign up now for early access to ticket sales.
And if you bring earplugs to use while your kids dance in their seats, we understand.