Sesame Street Live: When Elmo Grows Up
Wouldn’t your kids absolutely flip for a chance to see Elmo live and in person? I know my kids would!!!
We love Sesame Street in our house (that’s probably an understatement)! We watch it nearly every morning and have numerous DVDs, including the recently released 40 Year of Sunny Days celebration DVDs. So I am completely confident when I say that my girls would go crazy if they ever saw Elmo in person!!!
This is why I am so excited that we are offering our readers a chance to win tickets to see Sesame Street Live: When Elmo Grows Up in New York City!!!
My four year old loves talking about what she wants to be when she grows up. Of course each day it is something different, but it is fun nonetheless! And your family will have fun as you watch Elmo and his Sesame Street Live friends as they explore what it is they want to be when they grow up!!!
As the musical show-and-tell unfolds, Bert dreams of being a forest ranger, Telly longs to be a cowboy, and Abby Cadabby, fittingly, wants to be a fairy godmother just like her mommy. But what will Elmo want to be?
Sesame Street Live: When Elmo Grows Up will be playing from February 4 – February 15 at the Theater at Madison Square Gardens. If you live in the New York area or are planning a trip there during that time, consider making a trip to The Theater. With tickets starting at just $15 this will be an affordable and unforgettable experience to share with your family!!!
As I mentioned earlier we are giving away tickets to this fabulous event to one of our readers. Here are the details*:
- We have a family four pack of tickets to the February 13th performance of “When Elmo Grows Up” to give away to one reader who lives in the New York area or is planning to be in the area. Transportation is not included.
- To enter, leave us a comment below answering this question: How do you feel Sesame Street helps teach compassion?
- The total prize is valued at $176 and the contest is open until Friday, February 5
Why are we asking about compassion? Well, this contest isn’t just about one of our readers winning this fabulous prize. It is also about bringing the love and fun of Sesame Street to a few kids who might not otherwise get to experience the show.
We love that Madison Square Garden is committed to working with The Garden of Dreams Foundation to “make dreams come true for kids in crisis”. To join in with their dedication to children and because we love extending our good fortune to less fortunate families, we will also be giving FOUR tickets to “When Elmo Grows Up” to either the Big Brothers/Big Sisters organization or the Make a Wish foundation. The lucky receiving charity will be determined by our contest winner.
When leaving your comment to enter the giveaway, tell us which charity you would like to receive the other four tickets and, if you’re the winner, you will get to pass the good fortune on to another deserving family!
To recap: To enter please leave a comment below answering this question: How do you feel Sesame Street helps teach compassion?
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*Transportation is not provided as a part of this giveaway. Both packs of tickets are being generously provided for this giveaway by Madison Square Gardens. We did not, however, receive any tickets for review purposes or other incentives for writing this post and all opinions stated are the writer’s personal opinions.