Erth’s Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure: #Pittsburgh Children’s Theater Ticket #Giveaway

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Giant swimming dinosaur puppet and the words: "Erth's Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure"

My kids loved An Elephant in the Garden. They absolutely flipped for The Magic School Bus: Live!

But of all the Pittsburgh Children’s Theater performances coming through town, Erth ‘s Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure is probably the one mom’s most excited for this year.

Why I’m excited Erth is coming to Pittsburgh.

The full name of the show is Erth‘s Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure: The Mystery of the Dinosaurs of the Deep. WIth puppets and tech supplementing the actors’ performance, Erth Visual & Physical together with Red Tail Entertainment bring you to the bottom of the ocean to show you the creatures that lived there in prehistoric times. Because the bottom of the ocean is so foreign to us — more foreign even than certain areas of space — some of these creatures may still live there.

There are two show times, but Erth will only be in town for one day: February 23, 2020. Right now, you can buy tickets to the 6p show for $12.

Win tickets to Erth’s Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure

Today, we have a ticket giveaway to this exciting show! Use the widget below to enter to win 4 tickets to see Erth’s Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure when it comes to Pittsburgh next month! You will be able to enter until 11:59p on February 11, 2020.

Remember that some of these entries can be taken advantage of not just once overall, but once everyday, so there are lots of opportunities to enter!

Best of luck to all!

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4 thoughts on “Erth’s Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure: #Pittsburgh Children’s Theater Ticket #Giveaway

  1. Victoria Lingle

    I fully agree with you about being over the moon excited about this show! We have enjoyed all the children’s shows that we have seen, and The Magic School Bus was great. My son and I can’t wait for this one!

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  2. Victoria Lingle

    My husband loves anything in the ocean, my son loves all things prehistoric, and I love seeing things come to life. It’s the perfect show for us!

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