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Kids' Night on Broadway week launches February 25

There are still tickets left for Kids' Night on Broadway performances, which give a free seat to an accompanying child with the purchase of adult admission.


Wicked Photograph: Joan Marcus

Though the Broadway League's Kids' Night on Broadway was announced two months ago, there are still seats left for certain shows of the annual weeklong event, which kicks off on Tuesday, February 24, and runs through Sunday, March 2. The promo gives away a free ticket for an accompanying child (ages 6 to 18) with the purchase of an adult ticket. We just checked online, and it looks like families can still score tickets to Pippin, Newsies, Mamma Mia and Wicked this week, though there are no longer seats available for mega-hits The Lion King or Matilda. Click here to reserve tickets.

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Perks don't stop at the theater tickets either. You'll get free passes to Madame Tussauds, discounted restaurant and parking discounts, a Kids' Night on Broadway activity book provided by the New York Times and the chance to enter a KidzVuz Broadway video contest. Last but not least, the sweet shop Schmackary's (362 W 45th St between Eighth and Ninth Aves) is giving away a free Funfetti, the official Kids' Night on Broadway cookie, with the purchase of any other cookie for the duration of Kids' Night on Broadway. Good luck scoring tickets, and enjoy the show!


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