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There are three distinct variations of Velociraptor which were cloned by InGen, not counting sexual dimorphism seen within each individual version. However, despite the surface level variations, each sub-species remains relatively similiar in terms of physical attributes. Each species is roughly 6 feet tall…

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Tickets Now on Sale for ‘Jurassic World Live Tour’ with New Look at the Show!

Tickets are now on sale for Jurassic World Live Tour, an exhilarating and unpredictable live, family entertainment experience that will bring the wonder and thrills of Jurassic World to generations of fans in their hometown arenas. The highly anticipated show will host its world premiere this fall in Chicago and continue touring the country with more than 65 stops, including major markets such as New York City, Boston, Los Angeles and Dallas.

Update: The Tyrannosaurus Rex in this image was placeholder, and the Rex in the show will be film accurate!

With unrivaled arena production quality, Jurassic World comes to life against a backdrop of captivating scenery where dinosaurs from the iconic franchise, including fan-favorite Velociraptor Blue and a Tyrannosaurus rex more than 40 feet in length, take center stage. The production features more than 24 film-accurate, life-sized dinosaurs, each custom built with the latest technology, scientific precision and Hollywood studio quality. With scale, speed and ferocity, the animatronic and performer-operated dinosaurs deliver colossal, edge-of-your-seat, live entertainment unlike any other dinosaur experience.

Jurassic World’s unmistakable score adds to the larger-than-life, immersive journey that will captivate fans of all ages. Through a combination of projection and practical scenery, the arena will transform into the dense jungles of Isla Nublar, where real Gyrospheres roll through the valley and scientists work to unravel a corrupt plan and save an all-new dinosaur from a terrible fate. With pulse-pounding stunts and an original, authentic storyline, this show is guaranteed to make memories that will last another 65 million years.

“Working with a world-class production team and Universal filmmakers, we have extended the Jurassic World canon with a new story that can only be told through this live, arena spectacular as we bring full-scale dinosaurs to generations of fans around the globe,” said Juliette Feld Grossman, Chief Operating Officer of Feld Entertainment, the worldwide leader in live, touring family entertainment. “We have maximized the power of everything we do at Feld Entertainment, pushing the boundaries of technology and innovation to ensure audiences have an authentic, awe-inspiring experience. Fans will leave with a sense of wonder, as if they’ve boarded the boat to Isla Nublar and literally stepped into Jurassic World.”

While pre-sale tickets for the upcoming arena show, ‘Jurassic World Live Tour’ went on sale last week, officially ticket sales start today. You can now buy tickets at any of the announced locations without the pre-sale code, and venues will begin to more officially advertise the show, so be sure to grab good seats while you can!

The new species of dinosaur, presumed to be a giant Compsognathus by some fans, has been confirmed as a Troodon named Jeanie by the production. Jeanie is short for ‘Genius’, as she is apparently the smartest Jurassic dinosaur to date – even more so than Velociraptor Blue! Speaking of Velociraptors, Troodons are known for their distinctive sickle claws on their feet – something Jeanie is currently missing. It is unknown if this is an error (or a genetic anomaly the show will discuss) and will be fixed before release, but we’re hoping so, as it’s a flub we don’t typically associate with Jurassic Park.

We’ll be attending a press event in New York City tomorrow morning to get our first look at the new Jurassic World arena show in person – and we will be sure to ask about Jeanies claws, and bring you all the exciting new details and images live as we learn!

Tickets are now on sale for all 2019 and select 2020 U.S. engagements. Visit for tickets and a list of shows and dates near your hometown. Stay current on the latest developments through social media, including instructions on how to access presale codes for future Jurassic World Live Tour productions!


13 thoughts on “Tickets Now on Sale for ‘Jurassic World Live Tour’ with New Look at the Show!

  1. IM GOING TO LOVE THIS SHOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! IT’S GOING TO BE ANOTHER ADVENTURE 65 MILLION YEARS IN THE MAKING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! JUST LIKE THE MOVIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. props to the author for trying to stay positive about the troodon design but this bs is too common with jurassic world and universal

    they dont care and spare plenty of expense

    they need a dedicated jurassic team who cares about the franchise and the details so much…. it’s just so hard to be a fan anymore

  3. Outside of blue those dinosaur designs are awful!!! That T-Rex is not the Jurassic World Rex why does it looks so weird and ugly????? Im passing on this show unless reviews are great its clear nobody cared about anything other than saving and making money shame what jurassic has become

    1. I think the T.rex is a repaint of Walking with Dinosaur’s arena show T.rex. It has a similar look to it. Th Troodon — apart from being grossly oversized, fat, and lacking sickle claws — looks ok (i.e. only the head and arms look fine). I disagree with Chris that this “flub” of no sickle claws is not generally associated with the franchise – I’m looking at you Hasbro Raptor squad toys!

  4. The T.rex in that pic is the same design as the Walking With Dinosaurs Live Rex, not Jurassic World. I had hoped it would have been re-designed for this show but once again they are cutting corners by the looks of it. Blue’s head is not as good as the one at Universal Studios either

  5. Not gonna lie…this looks really terrible.

    I’ve seen enough guys-legs-sticking-out-the-bottom dinosaur suit shows with my kids. They’re all terrible.

  6. Everyone’s apparently (metaphorically-speaking) spreading their rear ends open and releasing the toxic contents of their bowels all over this show based on this most recent image alone, and it hasn’t even begun officially touring yet. Now do the unfaithful designs of some of the dinosaurs (Rexy in particular) bother me? Oh yeah. But am I making a gigantic, huge deal out of it and instantly condemning the show without even seeing it in person yet? NO.

    Personally, I’m willing to keep an OPEN MIND about this show (unfaithful dino designs aside) and focus on the aspects of it that I’m sure will be the positives; mainly its story, acting from the cast, choreography, set design, use of music, etc. So how about everyone else keep an open mind and try NOT to let the physical designs of some of the dinos bother you too much?

    I swear, in this Internet culture of today, it’s so easy to make mountains out of moe-hills. Or in this case, little turds into “…ONE BIG PILE OF S$%T.” Sad, truly sad. -_-

    1. That’s your call. You are stating that others shouldn’t express any negative thoughts on this just because you haven’t. That’s not quite how it works.


    Sorry about my rant.

  8. The Troodon also has Compy hands, with one vestigial finger and two normal ones as outdated Compsognathus and the ones from JP show. It’s really obvious why this thing was thought to be a Compy tbh.

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