With years of Disney Princess movies, there is no shortage of hit songs that you and the family have seen on the screen.  Now, see them live with "Disney Princess - The Concert" comes to the Adler Theatre on Saturday, March 26.

Reserved seat tickets and VIP packages are on sale now online at Ticketmaster.com and in person at the Adler Theatre Box Office (136 E. 3rd St.).

The tour will feature Tony®-nominee Susan Egan (Broadway’s original ‘Belle’ in Beauty and the Beast, ‘Meg’ in Disney’s animated feature Hercules), Arielle Jacobs (Broadway’s ‘Jasmine’ in Aladdin, In The Heights), Disney Channel icon Anneliese van der Pol (That’s So Raven, Raven’s Home, Broadway’s final ‘Belle’ in Beauty and The Beast), and BroadwayWorld Award-winner Syndee Winters (Broadway’s ‘Nala’ in The Lion King, Hamilton).

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Fans can get a sneak peek of the show, when Egan, van der Pol, Winters, and Grammy®-nominee Courtney Reed (Broadway’s original ‘Jasmine’ in Aladdin) perform as part of Philadelphia’s Thanksgiving Day Parade which will stream via Hulu between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day.

Fans are encouraged to dress up when coming to the Adler Theater in their best royal attire for an unforgettable evening, where you will hear more than 30 favorite Disney Princess songs, including classics like “Part of Your World,” “Let It Go,” “A Whole New World,” “Colors of the Wind,” and “A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes.”  The performers will share exclusive, hilarious, and heartfelt behind-the-scenes stories from their time on the stage and screen. Larger-than-life animations and visuals accompanying the music will immerse the audience in pure Disney magic.

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