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19 Dec - 20 Dec

Baby Shark Live: The Hidden Treasure

By Localiiz 12 November 2020

Event Information

START DATE 19 Dec 2020
END DATE 20 Dec 2020
Star Hall, 3/F, Kitec, 1 Trademart Drive, Kowloon Bay
$323–$493 (early bird)
$380–$580 (regular)

Header image courtesy of Klook

Pre-emptive apologies to all parents of young children: Baby Shark—the ridiculously catchy children’s song that took over the internet last year—is returning to the Hong Kong stage this December with a brand-new musical. Following a successful run of Baby Shark stage shows across 200 international cities, Pinkfong—the South Korean educational brand that popularised Baby Shark—has adapted the franchise into a new 65-minute musical, entitled Baby Shark: The Hidden Treasure.

Baby Shark will be joined by his parents, Mommy and Daddy Shark, as well as Pinkfong (the company’s mascot), Hogi, Hettie the Hermit Crab, Shimmer the Octopus, and other “fishy friends.” The show, which takes place during a treasure hunt, will require the merry cast of characters to put their heads together and solve five rhyming riddles before the sun goes down.

Through the show, which will be staged eight times over two days, Pinkfong promises to take Baby Shark’s friends (and by extension, his fans) on an “ocean adventure” to learn about friendship and family and “to discover that true treasure might just be inside of us all”. Visit the event’s Facebook page to learn more or buy tickets now on Klook—you can get 15 percent off on early-bird tickets from now until 18 November 2020!

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