The Wiggles are coming to the Ryman August 7, 2012! Tickets go on sale Friday, May 11 at 10:00 a.m. and will be available via this link.
*$77.50 ticket package includes:
• One (1) premium seat
• Exclusive gift
• Activity sheet
• A chance to dance on stage with The Wiggles
Children ages one and up will require a ticket. Children under the age of one will be admitted without a ticket.
Come and wiggle in the aisles for Getting Strong – The Wiggles! Live in Concert. The Wiggles are strong advocates for a healthy lifestyle and are excited to bring this positive message, on the importance of fitness and exercise for all ages, to Nashville! Audience participation features include:
• Start the fun at home by creating a giant wiggly sign.
• Having fun with your favorite wiggly pal as they sing and dance through the audience.
• Dress up as your favorite character.
• Yelling “Wake up, Jeff!” whenever the loveable Purple Wiggle falls asleep onstage.
Children can have even more wiggly fun while they wait for the show by visiting WiggleTime.com, The Wiggles’ very own virtual world created specifically for preschoolers and their parents. Parents can monitor their child’s progress and have access to premium promotional offers, contests, merchandise discounts and presale Wiggles tickets! You can also follow the gang on Twitter or become a fan of the group’s official Facebook page.
The Wiggles are proud to announce that the U.S. school readiness initiative Reach Out and Read will be the official charity partner of their 2012 Tour. Reach Out and Read prepares America’s youngest children to succeed in school by partnering with doctors to “prescribe” books and encourage families to read together. Together, Reach Out and Read and The Wiggles will work to raise awareness about the importance of parental involvement and reading aloud to young children. Reach Out and Read doctors and nurses serve more than 3.9 million children and their families annually at 4,779 pediatric practices, hospitals, clinics and health centers in all 50 states. Parents who participate in the research-proven program read to their children more often, and their children enter kindergarten with larger vocabularies and a six-month developmental edge. A portion of the proceeds from all ticket sales will be used to support Reach Out and Read Programs across the United States.