The Hollywood Bowl Will Come Alive With Sounds of The Little Mermaid
Image via Disney Music Group
Gather your whozits and pack your whatzits because the Hollywood Bowl is throwing a lovely Little Mermaid soiree.
And it will be a star-studded affair as well.
Singer Sara Bareilles will join the likes of Rebel Wilson, John Stamos, Alan Menken and Tituss Burgess in a celebration of the Disney animated classic “The Little Mermaid.”
If you are lucky enough to grab a ticket then you can expect to be inundated with frivolity on Saturday, June 4 with what is described as a live showing of the movie.
Rather than simply sit back and re-watch the film for the hundredth time, you will get a vocal rendition from the above cast that will fill the Los Angeles night with sounds of familiar characters.
If that sounds like your kind of great time then you don’t have much in the way of time to deliberate.
Tickets will go on sale through Ticketmaster this Saturday, April 9 at 10 a.m. PT.
Bareilles will play the role of Ariel who has had just about enough of swimming around with her roughly 20 thingamabobs.
The artist had this to say about the opportunity: “I suppose this is the part where I say ‘dreams do come true.’ I am truly honored and excited beyond words to be a part of a performance of one of my favorite scores and stories of all time. I've been pretending I was Ariel in swimming pools since I was a little girl, and now I get to pretend on a bigger stage. This is just fantastic.”
The Hollywood Bowl remains one of the more enjoyable and iconic Los Angeles institutions.
There is something refreshing about cooling outdoors in the summer as a live concert unfolds before you.
On June 4, you will also have the complement of fireworks to adore, as promised via press release.
Wilson, who will be playing Ursula, will be in the same situation you tourists might be that night: “I've never been to the Hollywood Bowl so for my first time there, to actually be invited to sing, is such an incredible honor.”
Thankfully, you won’t be tasked with singing in front of thousands.
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