Disney Princess – The Concert, presented by Disney Concerts, has released a first look of the show from its world premiere in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.  The clip, which premiered on People.com this morning, is available here.

Today the tour announced the cast of the spring 2022 leg, which will perform from the tour’s kickoff on January 30th in Wichita, KS, through April 16th in Lancaster, PA, presented by Pandora Jewelry. Tickets and VIP packages are available for both the spring and the fall 2022 legs here.

The 80+ city U.S. tour launches its first spring leg with Tony®-nominee Susan Egan (Broadway’s original ‘Belle’ in Beauty and the Beast, ‘Meg’ in Disney’s animated feature Hercules), Arielle Jacobs (Broadway’s ‘Jasmine’ in Aladdin,In The Heights), Disney Channel  icon Anneliese van der Pol (That’s So Raven, Raven’s Home, Broadway’s final ‘Belle’ in Beauty and The Beast), and BroadwayWorld Award-winner Syndee Winters (Broadway’s ‘Nala’ in The Lion King, Hamilton).

Music Director, Benjamin Rauhala (Fiddler on the RoofThe Secret Life of Bees) and enchanting Prince, Adam J. Levy (Waitress) will also join the featured quartet this spring.


Fans will get another sneak peek of the show, when Egan, van der Pol, Winters, and Grammy®-nominee Courtney Reed (Broadway’s original ‘Jasmine’ in Aladdin) perform as part of Philadelphia’s Thanksgiving Day Parade which will stream via Hulu between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day.  The quartet also performed last weekend as part of Chicago’s Magnificent Mile Lights Festival.

Concertgoers in every city are encouraged to dress up in their best royal attire for an unforgettable evening, where the acclaimed cast will perform more than 30 favorite Disney Princess and Frozen songs, including classics like “Part of Your World,” “Let It Go,” “A Whole New World,” “Colors of the Wind,” and “A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes.”  The performers will share exclusive, hilarious and heartfelt behind-the-scenes stories from their time on the stage and screen.  Larger than life animations and visuals accompanying the music will immerse the audience in pure Disney magic.

Disney Princess – The Concert is based on the established touring production Broadway Princess Party®, which began as a cabaret show at Feinstein’s/54 Below in NYC in 2015. It garnered critical success and a loyal fan base, including more than 20 million views on YouTube. This new venture is co-produced by Disney Concerts with Broadway Princess Party, LLC.

About Disney Concerts 
Disney Concerts is the concert production and licensing division of Disney Music Group, the music arm of The Walt Disney Company.  Disney Concerts produces concerts and tours, and licenses Disney music and visual content to symphony orchestras and presenters on a worldwide basis.  Disney Concerts’ concert packages include a variety of formats, such as “live to picture” film concerts and themed instrumental and vocal compilation concerts, and range from instrumental-only symphonic performances to multimedia productions featuring live vocalists and choir.  Current titles include the Star Wars Film Concert Series (Episodes IV-VIII), Toy StoryAladdinThe Muppet Christmas CarolDisney Princess – The ConcertCocoThe Lion KingUp and The Nightmare Before Christmas, which in 2019 accounted for over 900 performances in many of the world’s top concert venues.

About Pandora
Pandora designs, manufactures, and markets hand-finished jewelry made from high-quality materials at affordable prices. Pandora jewelry is sold in more than 100 countries through 7,400 points of sale, including more than 2,700 concept stores. Headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, Pandora employs 28,000 people worldwide and crafts its jewelry at two LEED certified facilities in Thailand using mainly recycled silver and gold. The company plans to be carbon neutral by 2025 and has joined the Science Based Targets initiative to reduce emissions across its full value chain. Pandora is listed on the Nasdaq Copenhagen stock exchange and generated sales of DKK 21.9 billion (EUR 2.9 billion) in 2019.


All January – April 2022 dates feature Susan Egan, Arielle Jacobs, Anneliese van der Pol, Syndee Winters

Cast for November – December 2022 dates to be announced.

*denotes matinee and evening shows


30 Wichita, KS The Orpheum Theatre


1 Enid, OK Stride Bank Center
2 Lubbock, TX The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences
4 Sugar Land, TX Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land
5 Dallas, TX State Fair Music Hall
6 Austin, TX Bass Concert Hall
7 McAllen, TX McAllen Performing Arts Center
8 San Antonio, TX Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
9 Midland, TX Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center
10 El Paso, TX Abraham Chavez Theatre
12 Phoenix, AZ Orpheum Theatre Phoenix
13 Tucson, AZ Centennial Hall
15 Bakersfield, CA Mechanics Bank Theater
18 El Cajon, CA The Magnolia – by Live Nation
19 Thousand Oaks, CA Kavli Theatre (Bank of America Performing Arts Center)*
20 Modesto, CA Gallo Center For the Arts
23 Las Vegas, NV Smith Center
25 Reno, NV Grand Theatre at Grand Sierra Resort
26 San Jose, CA San Jose Civic*
27 Anaheim, CA City National Grove of Anaheim*


MARCH 2022

1 Santa Rosa, CA Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
3 Eugene, OR Hult Center for the Performing Arts
4 Boise, ID Morrison Center
5 Spokane, WA First Interstate Center for the Arts
6 Seattle, WA Paramount Theatre
8 Salt Lake City, UT Kingsbury Hall
10 Albuquerque, NM Popejoy Hall
11 Pueblo, CO Pueblo Memorial Hall
12 Denver, CO Bellco Theatre
13 Fort Collins, CO The Lincoln Center
15 Des Moines, IA Des Moines Civic Center
17 Minneapolis, MN State Theatre
18 Cedar Rapids, IA Paramount Theatre
19 Rosemont, IL Rosemont Theatre
20 Omaha, NE Orpheum Theater
22 Indianapolis, IN Clowes Memorial Hall
23 Detroit, MI Fox Theatre Detroit
24 Cleveland, OH KeyBank State Theatre
25 Kalamazoo, MI Kalamazoo State Theatre
26 Davenport, IA Adler Theatre
27 Fort Wayne, IN Embassy Theatre
28 Cincinnati, OH Aronoff Center for the Arts
30 Chattanooga, TN Soldiers and Sailors Auditorium

APRIL 2022

1 Memphis, TN Orpheum Theatre
2 Atlanta, GA Fox Theatre
3 North Charleston, SC North Charleston Coliseum
5 Durham, NC Durham Performing Arts Center
6 Knoxville, TN Tennessee Theatre
7 Nashville, TN Grand Ole Opry House
9 Danville, KY Norton Center for the Arts
10 Charlotte, NC Belk Theater
12 Philadelphia, PA Kimmel Cultural Campus
13 Newark, NJ New Jersey Performing Arts Center
14 Medford, MA Chevalier Theater
16 Lancaster, PA American Music Theatre*


1 Macon, GA Macon City Auditorium
2 Sarasota, FL Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
3 Jacksonville, FL Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts – Moran Theater
4 Tallahassee, FL Ruby Diamond Concert Hall
5 Birmingham, AL Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex
6 Huntsville, AL Mark C. Smith Concert Hall
8 Orlando, FL Dr. Phillips Center
11 St. Petersburg, FL Mahaffey Theater
12 Miami, FL Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts
13 Melbourne, FL The Maxwell C. King Center
15 Savannah, GA Johnny Mercer Theatre
17 Wallingford, CT Toyota Oakdale Theatre
19 Reading, PA Santander Performing Arts Center
20 Brookville, NY Tilles Center Concert Hall
25 Baltimore, MD The Lyric Theatre
26 Red Bank, NJ Count Basie Center for the Arts*
27 Rochester, NY Kodak Center



1 Branson, MO The Mansion Theatre for the Performing Arts
2 Peoria, IL Peoria Civic Center
3 Sioux City, IA Sioux City Orpheum
4 Kansas City, MO Arvest Bank Theatre At The Midland
6 Columbus, OH Palace Theatre
7 Louisville, KY The Louisville Palace
8 Oshkosh, WI Menominee Nation Arena
9 Milwaukee, WI Miller High Life Theatre
10 St. Louis, MO Fabulous Fox*