New York, NY
8 Performances Weekly
May. 20 - Jun. 14
Mar. 3 - Mar. 29
Mar. 31 - Apr. 26
Ticket prices for The Lion King vary by seating location, city, performance date and time. For performances schedules, pricing and links to official ticketing sites, visit our Tickets page.
You may purchase tickets to The Lion King at the box office, online or by phone. Visit our Tickets page for city-specific details. We urge guests to purchase tickets through an official ticketing source to avoid the risk of invalid tickets or fraud.
Many performances of The Lion King sell out. We encourage guests to purchase tickets in advance to ensure the best seating locations, however seats remain on sale until performance time, based on availability.
Exchange tickets with ease if you are unable to attend your originally purchased performance. Nominal fee applies. Click here for additional information.
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Discover the benefits of group tickets by visiting Disney Theatrical Sales or calling 800-439-9000 (Toll-free in the USA) or +1-212-703-1040 (Outside of the USA) weekdays from 9AM until 6PM EST. For The Lion King in New York City, the group minimum is 20 seats; for cities on the tour, group minimums vary by theater. Visit Disney Theatrical Sales for details.
In New York City, wheelchair-accessible seating is available through the theatre box office by calling 212-869-0550. Infrared assistive listening devices are available at the kiosk in the main lobby of the theatre. If you need assistance locating the kiosk, please ask any member of the theatre staff. For more information, please click here.
For venues hosting the North American Tour of The Lion King, contact your local theatre box office for more information.
For information about open caption and sign interpreted performances in New York and across the United States, find out more about TDF Accessibility Programs.
In New York City, Student Rush tickets are not currently available for The Lion King.
For touring venues, student discounts vary by city. Contact your local theatre box office for more information.
The Lion King is two hours and thirty minutes, including one intermission.
There is no dress code at the theater. For all performance, attire should be comfortable and appropriate for the occasion. The theatre is air conditioned throughout the year.
For many guests, part of the fun of going to a Broadway show is meeting members of the cast at the Stage Door. Following the performance, some actors from The Lion King may be available to sign autographs and sometimes even pose for photos. Ask an usher for directions to the Stage Door.
Our cast members love to hear from you, but we cannot guarantee that all letters will receive a response. You may send correspondence to:
New York City:
c/o The Lion King
200 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10036
North American Tour:
c/o The Lion King, Gazelle Tour
New Amersterdam Theatre
214 West 42th Street
New York, NY 10036
Please contact Disney Theatrical Guest Services to share your comments or questions.
To reach the Disney Theatrical Group press office, submit your request here.
Currently, only accredited schools are able to license The Lion King, through The Lion King Experience. Find out more information about that by clicking here. Select additional Disney titles are available to license through Music Theatre International. Please visit Disney Theatrical Licensing for more information.
Information on open casting calls as well as submission requirements can be found by clicking here.
The Lion King won six 1998 Tony Awards®: Best Musical, Best Scenic Design (Richard Hudson), Best Costume Design (Julie Taymor), Best Lighting Design (Donald Holder), Best Choreography (Garth Fagan) and Best Direction of a Musical, making Taymor the first woman in theatrical history bestowed with the honor. The Lion King has also earned more than 70 major arts awards including the 1998 NY Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Musical, the 1999 Grammy® for Best Musical Show Album, the 1999 Evening Standard Award for Theatrical Event of the Year and the 1999 Laurence Olivier Awards for Best Choreography and Best Costume Design.