Good news Frozen fans! Disney has announced that Frozen: The Broadway Musical will set off on a North American Tour tour in Fall 2019. Fans around the country will get to experience the breathtaking sights and sounds of the Broadway stage production as it travels to cities all across the nation.

Frozen National Tour

What’s happening:

  • Disney Theatrical Productions has announced that Frozen: The Broadway Musical will set out on a North American tour in the Fall of 2019.
  • The show will being performing in Schenectady, NY prior to its official tour premiere at The Hollywood Pantages theater in Los Angeles, CA.
  • Itineraries and dates will be announced at a later time.
  • Fans can follow Frozen on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and at for announcements and updates and ticketing information.
  • The cast for the Frozen national tour will be announced next year.
  • The creative team behind the Broadway production will collaborate once again to bring the magic of the show to fans around the country. Those involved include:
    • Kristen Anderson-Lopez
    • Robert Lopez
    • Jennifer Lee
    • Michael Grandage
    • Rob Ashford
    • Christopher Oram
    • Natasha Katz
    • Peter Hylenski
    • Finn Ross
    • Michael Curry
    • Stephen Oremus
  • Frozen will be the third Disney Theatrical Productions show touring the country along with predecessors The Lion King and Aladdin. 
Frozen National Tour

Frozen on Broadway

ICYMI–more Frozen news:

  • Walt Disney Records has released the digital version of the Original Broadway Cast Recording. Alex reviews of the soundtrack which includes several original songs written for the theatrical production as well as favorites from the 2013 film.
  • Anxious to see Frozen before the 2019 tour? Fans headed to New York City can purchase tickets to the show currently peforming at the St. James Theatre.
  • Frozen was nominated for 3 Tony Awards including Best Musical. Nominees were announced on May 1st. Winners will be revealed at the 2018 Tony Awards on June 10th.
  • Frozen set a house record for the St. James Theatre during its opening week of performances.