Feld's 'Marvel Universe Live' Tickets Go on Sale
The Avengers, Spider-Man and Wolverine team up for the "game-changing" live show that'll bring Marvel's heroes to 85 cities across the U.S. over the next two years.
The next stage of the ever-ongoing battle between Loki and the Avengers will unfold right in front of your face -- as long as you're somewhere close to one of the 85 different stops on Feld Entertainment's Marvel Universe LIVE! tour. Tickets are on sale now.
Dates have been announced for the first leg of the live spectacular through April 2016, with the tour beginning on July 10 of this year in Tampa Bay, Florida, before continuing through North Carolina, New Jersey, Texas, California and multiple other locations during the almost two-year period. An additional 15 dates have yet to be announced, according to the newly released official tour schedule.
In addition to characters from Marvel's The Avengers, the show also features appearances from characters in Amazing Spider-Man and X-Men franchises, including Wolverine, Doctor Octopus and Electro, as the heroes try to piece together the Cosmic Cube and prevent Loki from controlling the universe.
"This is the most ambitious undertaking in the more than 40-year history of Feld Entertainment," said Feld CEO and Marvel Universe LIVE! chairman Kenneth Feld. "We know this is going to be game-changing for the live entertainment industry as a whole, and [we] are making a tremendous investment to surpass the audience’s expectations at every performance."
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