Dinosaurs are coming to the Mid-South in Jurassic World Live Tour

Jurassic World Live Tour is bringing all of the action, adventure and dinosaurs to the Mid-South! Buckle up for this one-of-a-kind adventure for the entire family.

Did dinosaurs really exist?

Archaeological findings have kept us humans fascinated about dinosaurs since 1819. It was then, when fossils were found by British fossil hunter William Buckland. Piece by piece we’ve begun to understand these larger than life reptiles which roamed and ruled our land during the Mesozoic eras, millions of years ago. During this time, all of the continents were connected and it’s known as Pangea.

How many types of dinosaurs were there?

While the number of different species of dinosaurs is yet to be solidified, there are over 700 which have been identified and named. That’s an incredibly long list of x-osauruses. The most famous to be named and even dramatized are the Tyrannosaurus, or T-Rex, Dilophosaurus, and Velociraptors! But of course, these prehistoric reptiles are the perfect topic for a motion picture! Don’t settle for what you watch on the silver screen, catch the action in person!

Reserve your seat inside Jurassic World!

Families of all sizes and ages, a world filled with Jurassic reptiles makes its way to the Mid-South for an exceptional experience where you can  hear, smell and see all of the action! This adventure has so much for everyone in your life make it a part of your holiday plans.

Jurassic World Live Tour Showtimes:

December 26 & 27 | 7:00 PM
December 28 | 11:00 AM & 3:00 PM
December 29 | 1:00 PM & 5:00 PM

Click here to purchase your ticket today!

About Jurassic World Live Tour:

Jurassic World comes to life for the first time in a touring arena show! Your trip to Isla Nublar takes a terrifying turn after the Indominus rex escapes and causes chaos in the park!

THE ADVENTURE CONTINUES…

Join forces with a team of scientists to unravel a corrupt plan and save Jeanie, an all-new dinosaur, from a terrible fate. Along the way, experience some of Jurassic World’s most iconic dinosaurs including Blue the Raptor, Triceratops, Pteranodons and the mighty T. rex!