Deprecated: Assigning the return value of new by reference is deprecated in cache.php on line 99
NWI Parent
NWI Parent

How To Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular Comes to Chicago

July 18th, 2012 - By Stephanie Precourt

Hiccup (Rarmian Newton) and Toothless, photo credit Lisa Tomasetti

Dreamworks presents a dynamic live show of How To Train Your Dragon at the United Center July 26-29. Twenty-three enormous fire-breathing dragons come to life, and kids (and parents!) will love watching a young dragon hunter become a dragon friend. The animated movie is one of my kids’ favorites. We can’t wait to see the live show!

Parking is free, and tickets for the show are on sale now and start at $26.50. A limited number of special premium Dragon Hot Seats, VIP and family packages are available.

Disclosure: we have been provided four complimentary media passes to attend opening night.

Stephanie is Mom to three boys & a girl in Valparaiso, IN and blogs daily at Adventures In Babywearing . Follow her on Twitter- she’s babysteph And be sure to like Your Family on Facebook..

Filed under: parent.

Leave a Reply

Newsletter

Coming to your email inbox every Wednesday morning, "New Arrivals"  is your connection to the very latest parenting news and blogs, plus local events, destinations and resources.

Meet our Bloggers

Close To Home

Close To Home

Stephanie is a stay-at-home mom to three boys and a baby girl, but don't let that fool you. She'll keep you in style and in-the-know with this thing called parenthood. Even though none of us know what we're doing.

Food with a Dash of Fun

We've all gotta eat-might as well have some fun in the kitchen! Check here for recipes, cooking with kids, food finds, and more.

Father Knows Nothing

Rick Kaempfer's business card says author/writer/blogger, but his real job is "stay-at-home-dad."

Laptops to Countertops

Photographer and writer mom of two, Beth always brings a new twist to the suburban mundane.

Party of Two

Join newly married Julia, former single mom, as she and her daughter transition into the nuclear-family life.

Oh, the Places We Will Go

Experiencing the South Shore one little moment at a time