It’s time to play the music. It’s time to light the lights. It’s time to meet the Muppets at their first ever full-length concerts. Kermit and the rest of the beloved puppet gang have announced that they will be performing three shows at the Hollywood Bowl on September 8-10. The gang promises a few special guests and appearances from all your favorite Muppets, including ”some of who have not been seen in over 35 years.” This is guaranteed to be an epic event, so if you are wanting to see the Muppets live, you are going to want to get your tickets as quickly as possible.
While these are the biggest live performances the Muppets have ever done, this isn’t their first time live on stage. In 2001, the MuppetFest celebration at the Hollywood Palace included The Muppet Show Live, a live performance that featured tons of special guest stars, including Jon Voight, Brooke Shields, Joe Pasquale, and Paul Williams. Dr. Teeth & the Electric Mayhem also played a set at last year’s Outside Lands, wowing the crowd with fantastic covers of “With a Little Help From My Friends,” “Home,” and other beloved songs. The Muppets did not dissapoint.
The Muppets’ three-night stay at the Hollywood Bowl aims to be their biggest spectacle yet. In case you needed any more convincing, listen to the ringing endorsement from Miss Piggy herself, who says, “This will be moi’s greatest performance ever, and I guarantee that all of you who are there at the Hollywood Bowl will rave and brag about it for the rest of your lives.”
Tickets, which can be bought for as little as $14, are already going fast, so head to the Hollywood Bowl’s website and get yours while they’re still available.