By Dawn Betza, Marketing Coordinator
On February 24th, Shopkins Live! made a stop at the historic Warner Theatre and entertained fans of all ages. The Shoppies and Shopkins characters took the stage for a live, interactive show that featured original pop music, state-of-the-art video and set designs and the favorite Shoppie friends Jessicake, Bubbleisha, and Peppa-Mint.
As a special treat, VIP Party packages were available for purchase. The party package gave fans exclusive access to an after-show VIP party where they had the opportunity to meet and take photos with some of the Shoppies. The party began promptly after the show and lasted for over an hour. Some of the fun activities included sing-alongs, dancing, coloring and the chance to mingle with the characters.
Each package included the following:
* One premium ticket in the first ten rows
* Meet & greet photo opportunity
* Exclusive Shopkins Live! merchandise
* Exclusive Shopkins Live! VIP lanyard
So how much would you pay to rub elbows with your favorite artist? Purchasing a VIP package can either be an investment in a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity or a complete waste of money….make sure to read the fine print, not all packages include an appearance by the artist.
Check out the cost of these VIP packages for some of today’s hottest stars ~
Black Sabbath $2,500
You get to go into Ozzy’s dressing room & ask him whatever you want.
A reserved front-row seat & pre-show reception with food & drinks, but no Beyonce.
Justin Timberlake $1,076
One stage bar ticket (watch from your own barstool, up against the center stage), but no schmoozing with JT.
A ticket in the first five rows & a professionally taken photo with Drake
Guns N’ Roses $1,750
A spot in the general admission pit & a backstage tour. No seat and no access to the band.
Taylor Swift $892
A general admission pit ticket & a tour themed collector’s box. No photo with Tay-Tay.
Nick Jonas and Demi Lovato $10,000
You & three friends get a dressing room backstage. Jonas & Lovato will both visit, sign items & take photos.
Pretty cool, but I would hate to be the mom writing that check!