The all-new Disney Dance Upon a Dream (www.DisneyDanceTour.com), starring singer, actress, and dancer Mackenzie Ziegler will appear in Atlanta at the Fox Theatre on Friday, March 13. The show takes the cast on an electrifying journey to find their own beat in a fast-moving world that features a soundtrack of Disney’s greatest hits remixed and reimagined. The original story unfolds around a present-day heroine and steps into the magical world of Disney that includes video and music from the most beloved films, including Beauty and the Beast, Moana and Cinderella.
Tickets are on sale now at FoxTheatre.org, the Fox Theatre Ticket Office, and 855-285-8499. Ticket prices start at $29, plus applicable fees. Single-event access to the Marquee Club presented by Lexus will be available for purchase on top of the price of a show ticket. Marquee Club passes are $40 per person and include an enhanced pre-show through post-show experience with complimentary food and non-alcoholic beverages. Additionally, there will be a $10 Marquee Club pass price available for patrons 10 years of age and under. For more information, please visit FoxTheatre.org or DisneyDanceTour.com.
“I am so excited to join the Disney family and create a new show that is driven by my passion for dance and music,” says Mackenzie Ziegler. “I grew up loving all things Disney, so the opportunity to tell an inspiring story through dance and the greatest Disney music of all time is a dream come true. The show will be everything magical we love about Disney, with a modern dance twist that you have to come and see live. I can’t wait!” At just 15 years old, Mackenzie Ziegler has become one of the most influential rising stars of Generation Z. She has made a splash in the entertainment industry garnering a massive social media presence of over 30 million followers across several platforms, and her music videos have collectively received over 200 million views. In August 2019, she was nominated for a Teen Choice Award in the category of “Choice Fashion/Beauty Web Star,” and the previous year she won a Teen Choice Award for “Choice Muser.”