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10:30 hrs / 14:00 hrs / 17:30 hrs


No access to the event for children under the age of 3. Access for children from age 3 to 14 only in company of a primary carer or custodian.

Olympic Hall
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PGM Promoters Group Munich Konzertagentur GmbH
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Postponed! PAW PATROL


Postponed! PAW PATROL

"Concert rescheduling due to Corona virus regulations: Due to the current development of the corona virus, the local health authorities of several federal states have imposed event bans for events with more than 1,000 visitors, which we as organisers of the PAW Patrol Live! tour will of course comply with. The following PAW Patrol Live! events in Munich are also affected: 28.03.2020, Olympic Hall, all 3 shows at 10:30 a.m. + 2 p.m. + 5:30 p.m. In general, we will make every effort to offer alternative dates for all affected events. In this case all tickets will remain valid. The health and safety of our young and old guests, artists and staff are our top priority, which is why we understand the recommendation of the policy and decision of the authorities. Nevertheless, we regret for our customers that the long-awaited events will have to be postponed for the time being - and we ask for your understanding", says the official statement of the organizer.

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The popular Nickelodeon and Spin Master “PAW Patrol” animation series is a hit with kids all around the world. Since it was originally broadcast on German TV in 2016, it has become a huge success in children’s entertainment.

Now repackaged as a live show, the highly successful TV series is on its way to Germany, with its canine stars plunged into the action-packed “PAW Patrol: The Big Race” live stage production. In the story of the annual competition between the town of Adventure Bay and its neighbour, the Mayor of Adventure Bay, Gutherz, goes missing – a clear case for the PAW Patrol! Full of thrills and spills, the story revolves around the four-legged heroes of the show setting out to solve the mystery (with a little help from the audience).

Along with their vehicles and gear, the four-legged heroes of PAW Patrol Live! “The Big Race", the cartoon story is brought to life using innovations borrowing heavily from Japanese Bunraku puppetry. The one hour-long show is divided into two acts with a short break in between, with catchy music. With a display of audio-visual effects, the varied educational show also serves to introduce children to the theatre as they enter the world of the PAW PATROL, visiting various locations seen in the TV series including Adventure Bay, the PAW Patrol Headquarters, Seal Island, Yumi's Farm and Jakes Mountain.