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Disney Junior Live: Pirate and Princess Adventure Review

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I recently took my daughter and niece to the Disney Junior Live Pirate and Princess Adventure.  As you might know, my household is big time Disney fans and we try to hit all the Disney shows/movies/events that come to the St. Louis area!  But truth be told, I was not super stoked about seeing this show.  I know, I know, how can I call myself a Disney fan but not be excited to see Mickey and Mickey?  Who by the way, DID make an appearance!  Well, I guess my lackadaisical attitude has something to do with never having watched Sofia the First and who are these Jake and the Never Land pirates, by the way?

Before the show even started, Doc McStuffins did make a quick 10 minute appearance.  Now that was a name I recognized!  It was a very cute little skit which really got the kids all worked up for the real fun!
Sofia the First and her crew came out first as they prepared for a royal celebration!  There was even an appearance by Cinderella, woohoo!  Now, I told you I have never seen any Sofia the First shows before but somehow my daughter and Niece have because they knew and sang along to many of the songs!  How did they know them?  I do not know but they certainly seemed to enjoy themselves!
About 45 minutes later and a brief intermission, Jake made the stage…
Jake and the Never Land Pirates that is.  Jake and his friends, with the help of Peter Pan, battled Captain Hook to find the treasure.  The show was very interactive, exciting and what I really appreciated was the fact that it appealed to both boys and girls.
Disney Junior Live is still touring throughout the U.S., go check out the schedule and book your ticket today.  It is worth a see!
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