Are you taking your child to see Thomas & Friends Live?

@Dana5881 (609)
United States
April 11, 2007 1:57pm CST
My son is 3.5 years old and a die hard fan of Thomas & Friends. He knows every engine and has a lot of stuff with Thomas & Friends. We want to take him see the Thomas & Friends Live show but the "good seat" tickets are close to $50 a piece. Is it worth it? It would cost $150 for all 3 of us to go. I haven't never spent that much on a concert, show or what not. What to do?
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• Canada
11 Apr 07
I would love to be able to take my children to something they would love to see such as Dora or something but nothing ever comes to our area . If Dora were to come to our area , I would seriously consider it . It doesn't make sence that they want so much money for the tickets thought to a child's concert . I would have thought this would be cheaper . It would be a once in a lifetime thing for your child and you could get some beautiful pictures . I believe if there was any way I could swing the money to take my child to see someone that they loved and had the opportunily , that I would probably do it as you may never get the chance again . Best of luck with whatever you decide :)
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@Dana5881 (609)
• United States
11 Apr 07
They have cheaper tickets but they are not good seats and I know that if he can't see what is going on stage well he will get bored and want to leave and then I would have wished I would have spent the extra money. We will most likely go since he loves Thomas so much but I was just trying to get others' opinions.
@4cuteboys (4102)
• United States
11 Apr 07
We were just talking about that. I am probably not doing it, because cam is too young and won't sit still at age 2, and he's the big Thomas fan here. Even so, I'm not sure I could bring myself to spend that kind of money on it. I did see the one where you can buy tickets and "ride" thomas, that seems like it would be more fun but not sure what it entails. I know you have to go to specific railroads to do it.
@Dana5881 (609)
• United States
11 Apr 07
I took Jayden to Sesame Street Live when he was around 2 and he liked it but got bored after the first 20 mins or so. Plus we did not have very good seats because I was cheap and got the cheapest one then. I learned my lesson. That's why I am either buying the $50 seats for this or we don't go at all. I think Madonna was cheaper than $50 a ticket. HAHA!!!!