Everyone's favorite preschool-age pig is officially going on tour across the U.S. Starting next month, 'Peppa Pig Live! Peppa Pig's Adventure' will make its way to a stage near you, so go grab your wallet and your family calendar and start planning!
Round Room Live and Hasbro will bring the "loveable, cheeky little piggy" to live audiences across the country beginning March 16, 2022. The musical adventure is fun for the whole family, old and young. The show will follow Peppa Pig on an exciting camping trip in the woods with her dinosaur-loving little brother, George, as well as her best schoolmates Pedro Pony, Suzy Sheep, and Gerald Giraffe.
With Daddy Pig driving the bus (naturally), Peppa and friends will be singing, dancing, playing games and throwing in a surprise or two for audiences for 60 minutes.
“We can’t wait to bring this delightful and captivating show, featuring such beloved characters, to audiences across the country,” says Stephen Shaw, tour producer and co-president of Round Room Live. “We’re proud to offer the most engaging and memorable family experiences for live entertainment fans of all ages.”
'Peppa Pig' first aired in May 2004, believe it or not. It's been a hit ever since, and now broadcasts in over 180 countries. Because of the show's popularity, Hasbro announced the creation of a Peppa theme park at Legoland in Florida last year. The park officially opens on Feb. 24, 2022, and will feature rides, attractions, live shows and meet-and-greets with Peppa and her friends. There park also has water play areas—so yes, muddy puddles are a must.
Between the live show and the Florida theme park, there are plenty of opportunities to say "Oink!" to the Pig family this year. Parents can visit peppapigliveus.com now for tour dates and locations, ticket information and follow Peppa Pig Live! on social media for exclusive tour content.
Thanks to my own kids, I've been intimately familiar with Peppa Pig for many years now. So it only makes sense to leave you all with the most savage, hilarious, cutthroat scene in television history—the episode where Peppa lets Suzy Sheep know exactly what she thinks about her ability to whistle.
BRUTAL. You're welcome.