But the main attraction is "The Lion King: Concert in the Wild," which combines scenes from the movie with a live orchestra, singers, dancers and a celebrity narrator, Viola Davis at the premiere event. Here's a review, plus a video with some of the sights and sounds of the evening.
Harambe Nights runs on Saturday evenings through August 9, with tickets $119 for adults and $79 for children, which includes park admission and complimentary parking, but for the event only.Tweet
Either way, the live orchestra is a nice upgrade to the regular show, and surely accounts for a good chunk of the cost.
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Beside all that, I guess it is worth it if you enjoy The Lion King in just one more incarnation.