In May 2021, The Walt Disney Company announced that a Disney Princess concert tour would be hitting the road in late 2021.
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Broadway star Susan Egan — well-known as the original Belle in the Broadway musical version of Beauty and the Beast and the voice of Megara in Hercules — originally announced the concert, posting:
This has been a hard secret to keep, but for the last YEAR+, we’ve been working with @disneyconcerts to co-produce an expanded, embellished and exultant new version of our beloved Broadway Princess Party now titled ‘Disney Princess – The Concert’ sponsored by @theofficialpandora ! Thousands of hours (yes, mostly on @zoom !), brilliant new creative & business partners, and our core family at BPP LLC have all come together to create something we are VERY proud to now share with you!! We are touring to more than 85 cities, starting November 1, 2021, so find us in a kingdom near you!! It’s our dream come true and we can’t wait to see you there!
2021 Cast: Susan Egan, Aisha Jackson, Laura Osnes, Courtney Reed, Benjamin Rauhala, Adam J. Levy
2022 Cast: Christy Altomare, Susan Egan, Courtney Reed, Syndee Winters, Benjamin Rauhala, Adam J. Levy
Now, unfortunately, the concert tour has been postponed as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Per an official post by Disney Concerts:
Out of the best interests for the health and safety of our ticket buyers and their families, Disney Princess – The Concert shows scheduled to take place between November 1 and December 12, 2021 are being rescheduled to 2022. While purchased tickets will be honored for any rescheduled shows where possible please contact your point o purchase for all options, including refunds. If your show has unfortunately not been rescheduled at this time, please contact your point of purchase for a full refund.
Shows scheduled between February 1 and April 16, 2022 remain as planned.
— Disney Concerts (@Disneyconcerts) October 5, 2021
Although the news of the cancelation recently broke, some fans are already taking to social media to express their disappointment but also understanding about the situation. Carol M Vazquez posted:
Turns out it isn’t just PA/NJ as I had thought.
So sorry to the entire cast of Disney Princess Concert for the delays. We love you. For now we’ll be living vicariously through the Saudi Arabia audiences this week. Break legs!
The show is still set to open in Saudi Arabia as scheduled this week.
Turns out it isn't just PA/NJ as I had thought.
So sorry to the entire cast of Disney Princess Concert for the delays. We love you. For now we'll be living vicariously through the Saudi Arabia audiences this week. 💜 Break legs! https://t.co/kj5VUaRCiw
— Carol M Vazquez (@Songbird1172) October 4, 2021
For the latest details, visit the official Disney Princess – The Concert website.