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The Lion King on Broadway is an award-winning musical that has been delighting audiences for over 20 years and has captivated the hearts of people of all ages. The story is based on the 1994 Disney animated film of the same name, with music by Elton John and lyrics by Tim Rice. The Lion King tells the story of Simba, a young lion cub who is to succeed his father, Mufasa, as king, but the evil Scar has other plans for him. With the help of his friends, Simba reclaims his rightful place in the circle of life.

The Lion King is an epic production that has been recognized with numerous awards and has become one of the most successful Broadway musicals of all time. Disney’s most popular show has been seen by more than 100 million people all over the world. On Broadway, The Lion King musical has been running for over twenty years. The Lion King was nominated for 11 Tony® Awards and won an impressive 6. The Broadway production is directed by Julie Taymor and choreographed by Garth Fagan.

Yes! The minimum number of people required for group tickets for The Lion King is 10.

No trip to New York City is complete without seeing a Broadway show, and seeing The Lion King with a group of friends or family members makes it even more memorable. The energy and excitement as you join with everyone else in a standing ovation at the end of the show is incredible.

The discounted rate for The Lion King Broadway tickets is available for groups of 10 people or more. Ticket pricing varies, there are different prices for different seating sections. Please check The Lion King group tickets page or contact Broadway Inbound for more information 


When you are ready to book Broadway tickets for your group, you can do so online.

The show is recommended for children ages 6 and up. It is a musical for the whole family with no inappropriate content. Please note children under the age of 4 will not be admitted into the theatre.

The musical is playing at The Minskoff Theatre, located at 200 West 45th Street, New York, NY. The theatre is one of the most famous venues in New York City. It opened its doors to the public in 1973. The theatre is one of the largest on Broadway. Arrive early to take pictures in front of the iconic Minskoff Theatre and enjoy fantastic Times Square views.

There are many great choices.
Lion King Seating Chart Minskoff Theatre

The theatre has a seating capacity of 1,621. 


Minskoff Theatre is one of the many Broadway theatres that has something for everyone. From the comfort of Orchestra seats to the intimacy of Rear Mezzanine, there is a perfect seat for just about every guest. Orchestra seats offer great views of the stage and are some of the most expensive seats. Mezzanine is a more affordable option, and you will still be able to clearly see all of the performance, unless your seats are designated as limited view and many shows do not sell limited view seats for group purchases. The best seats are Premium Orchestra seats. These tickets may be expensive but they are well worth it.

Our goal is to provide the best available seats for all guests. Customers choose their section, not the specific seats, which are assigned by the box office based on availability at the time of payment. You will know the exact seats for your group after you make a payment, so the sooner you pay for your seats the better. When you are ready to book tickets for your group, we recommend that you start by choosing a section on, e.g., Prime Orchestra, Rear Orchestra/Prime Mezzanine, Front/Side Mezzanine. Once you select a date, section, and number of group tickets, and submit your request, our Broadway Inbound group sales team will confirm the exact seat locations after you complete your purchase. 


Book The Lion King group tickets

The best way to guarantee availability and secure great seating is to purchase group tickets in advance.

The policies vary by theatre. Visit the Broadway Inbound COVID page for info on your show.

The policies vary by theatre. Visit the Broadway Inbound COVID page for info on your show.

 

 

At least thirty minutes before the show. This is something you may want to check on before attending. Many theatres currently ask guests to arrive at different times depending on where they are seated.

There is no dress code. A casual look is best. A light sweater, dress, or light wrap would be perfect for the theatre.

Broadway Inbound is your official seller of Broadway group tickets. We offer a variety of discounted group ticket options for The Lion King for groups of 10 or more people.

At Broadway Inbound, we always do our best to accommodate group requests and will do our best to have your group seated together. It will depend, however, on how heavily the date is booked and how many seats are left available.

The Lion King on Broadway is an experience unlike any other. The music, the costumes, the sets, and the performers all come together to create a truly magical production. The story of Simba and his kingdom is told through iconic and moving songs and dance, and the audience is transported to the African savanna from the first seconds of the action. The Lion King on Broadway is a must-see for any fan of the movie or musical theatre.

You and your group can go on a behind-the-scenes tour or join one of our master classes or workshops to make your trip both entertaining and educational. You may also enjoy visiting The Museum of Broadway, opening in November of 2022.

The creative team behind The Lion King on Broadway is led by the creative decisions of director Julie Taymor and includes composer Elton John, lyricist Tim Rice and choreographer Garth Fagan.

The Lion King is a musical based on the 1994 Walt Disney Animation Studios' animated feature film of the same name.