Kids' Night on Broadway is returning August 29, and tickets are now available for purchase. A program of The Broadway League and presented by The New York Times, the program sends kids 18 and under to Broadway shows for free as long as they're accompanied by a full-paying adult.
Shows participating this August include A Beautiful Noise, The Neil Diamond Musical; Aladdin; Back to the Future; Chicago; The Cottage; Hadestown; Harry Potter and the Cursed Child; Here Lies Love; Kimberly Akimbo; The Lion King; MJ The Musical; Moulin Rouge! The Musical; Once Upon a One More Time; Shucked; SIX: The Musical; Some Like It Hot; and Wicked. Six's participating performance will be August 30 due to its performance schedule.
Along with the ticket program, Kids' Night on Broadway also includes restaurant discounts, in-theatre activities (including talkbacks), activity books, and more—find a list of participating restaurants here. Audience members attending their first-ever Broadway show can get a "My First Broadway Show" sticker.
"It’s going to be a lively summer in the city as we present Kids’ Night on Broadway this August. We look forward to welcoming kids, teens, and their families to visit one of New York City’s most iconic neighborhoods, the Theatre District for a fun-filled evening of dining and attending a Broadway show,” said Broadway League President Charlotte St. Martin in a previous statement. “Since 1996, Kids’ Night on Broadway has welcomed 190,000 kids and families to experience the thrill of live theatre, many for the very first time and what we hope will turn into a lifetime love of Broadway.”
For more information, including ticket access, visit KidsNightOnBroadway.com.