Just as it did with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Feld Entertainment is taking Jurassic World off of movie screens and into arenas across the United States with a tour that will come to the Alamodome on August 20-23, 2020.
The tour began in September 2019 and will travel to more than 65 cities through the end of 2020. In addition to the San Antonio stop, the tour will come to Houston from July 24-August 2, Dallas from August 6-9, and Fort Worth from August 13-16.
During the show, a trip to Isla Nublar takes a terrifying turn after the Indominus rex escapes and causes chaos in the park. Audiences will join forces with a team of scientists to unravel a corrupt plan and save Jeanie, an all-new dinosaur, from a terrible fate. Along the way, they'll experience some of Jurassic World’s most iconic dinosaurs, including Blue the Raptor, Triceratops, Pteranodons, and the mighty T. rex.
The production features more than 24 film-accurate, life-sized dinosaurs, both animatronic and performer-operated. The show will also include composer Michael Giacchino's film score and a combination of projection and practical scenery.
Although the dates have been announced, tickets for the Texas stops are not yet on sale. Those interested can sign up at jurassicworldlivetour.com for alerts for the presale, which will take place sometime in January.