Indianapolis-area dinosaur lovers, get ready. Jurassic World Live Tour is coming to Bankers Life Fieldhouse on December 6-8!
This is the first time Jurassic World is in a touring arena show. The show kicks off in September in Columbus, OH. Indianapolis is one of the 28 cities lucky enough to host the performance. They’re here for three days only – and tickets are expected to sell fast. Get in-the-know before purchasing your tickets.
How scary is the show? Is there a recommended age for the show?
Jurassic World Live Tour was created for fans of all ages. Parents are best suited to determine what is age appropriate for their children. The show features special effects, including strobe lights and a safe theatrical fog, along with the wonder and thrills that the Jurassic World brand is known for. The show is about 1 hour and 50 minutes long and includes a 15-minute intermission, so that should factor into your decision.
With unrivaled arena production quality, Jurassic World comes to life against a backdrop of captivating scenery where dinosaurs from the iconic franchise, including fan-favorite Velociraptor Blue and a Tyrannosaurus Rex more than 40 feet in length, take center stage. The production features more than 24 film-accurate, life-sized dinosaurs, each custom built with the latest technology, scientific precision and Hollywood studio quality. With scale, speed and ferocity, the animatronic and performer-operated dinosaurs deliver colossal, edge-of-your-seat, live entertainment unlike any other dinosaur experience.
Jurassic World’s unmistakable score adds to the larger-than-life, immersive journey that will captivate fans of all ages. Through a combination of projection and practical scenery, the arena will transform into the dense jungles of Isla Nublar, where real Gyrospheres roll through the valley and scientists work to unravel a corrupt plan and save an all-new dinosaur from a terrible fate. With pulse-pounding stunts and an original, authentic storyline, this show is guaranteed to make memories that will last another 65 million years.
“Working with a world-class production team and Universal filmmakers, we have extended the Jurassic World canon with a new story that can only be told through this live, arena spectacular as we bring full-scale dinosaurs to generations of fans around the globe,” said Juliette Feld Grossman, Chief Operating Officer of Feld Entertainment, the worldwide leader in live, touring family entertainment. “We have maximized the power of everything we do at Feld Entertainment, pushing the boundaries of technology and innovation to ensure audiences have an authentic, awe-inspiring experience. Fans will leave with a sense of wonder, as if they’ve boarded the boat to Isla Nublar and literally stepped into Jurassic World.”
How many characters can I expect to see at the show?
Jurassic World Live Tour will feature more than 20 characters including 9 dinosaurs – the mighty T. rex, Blue the Raptor, Triceratops, Pteranodons, Baby Stegosaurus – as well as hero and villain characters.
I’m curious about the production. How will they make the dinosaurs so real?
What’s the ticket price? Is there a discount code?
Generally, tickets start around $20 depending on demand, seat location, date, and time. See ticket prices here or call 317-917-2727 (the box office cannot sell tickets over the phone, but they can answer general ticket questions). You can also purchase tickets in person directly at the box office.
Are there special ticket prices for kids? What age does a child require a ticket?
Ticket prices are the same for children two years of age and older and adults alike. Tickets start at $20. According to Banker Life Fieldhouse’s ticketing office, the nighttime shows are a bit more affordable than the 11am and 3pm daytime shows. For groups of 15 or more (get a couple families together to experience all the fun and discounted pricing together) with this handy online order form and NO Ticketmaster fees. Children under two years old are admitted free provided they sit on a parent or guardian’s lap. All children two years and older must have a ticket.