August 1, at 7 p.m.
Thursday, August 2, at 7 p.m.*
Friday, August 3, at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Saturday, August 4, at 11:30 a.m and 7 p.m.
Sunday, August 5, at 1 p.m.*
signed for the hearing impaired
return to the earth in Walking With Dinosaurs –
The Live Experience, based on the award-winning BBC
Television Series. After playing for ten sold-out
weeks in five cities in Australia, where it was seen
by an audience of over 300,000, Walking With Dinosaurs-
The Live Experience now comes to North America for
a two-year arena tour and will perform seven performances
at Scottrade Center.
show is approximately 90 minutes long, not including
a short intermission.
are $79.50, $69.50, $49.50 and $39.50 and may be purchased
at the Scottrade Center Box Office, all Ticketmaster
Ticket Centers, by phone at 314-241-1888 for an automated
line or 314-421-4400 or 618-222-2900 for sales rep,
or online at ticketmaster.com.
There is a facility fee on all tickets purchased at
all locations, including at the Scottrade Center Box
Office. Additional Ticketmaster service charges and
handling fees apply to all tickets purchased through
Ticketmaster outlets, by phone or online. For disabled
seating, call 314-622-5420.
group sales information, please click
species are represented from the entire 200 million
year reign of the dinosaurs. The show includes the
Tyrannosaurus Rex, the terror of the ancient terrain,
as well as the Plesiosaurus and Liliensternus from
the Triassic period, the Stegosaurus and Allosaurus
from the Jurassic period and the awesome Cretaceous.
The largest of them, the Brachiosaurus is 45 feet
tall, and 75 feet from nose to tail. It took a team
of 50 – including engineers, fabricators, skin
makers, artists and painters, and animatronic experts
– a year to build the original production.
seated in the lower seats are all but overwhelmed
by the dinosaurs, while those seated in higher seats
view the entire spectacle and panorama of the production.
show depicts the dinosaurs’ evolution, complete
with the climatic and tectonic changes that took place
allowing them to survive for so long. With almost
cinematic realism, Walking With Dinosaurs has scenes
of the interactions between dinosaurs, and the audience
sees how carnivorous dinosaurs evolved to walk on
two legs, and how the herbivores fended off their
more agile predators.
history of the world is played out with the splitting
of the earth’s continents, and the transition
from the arid desert of the Triassic period is given
over to the lush green prairies and forces of the
later Jurassic. Oceans form, volcanoes erupt, a forest
catches fire — all leading to the massive comet,
which struck the earth, and forced the extinction
of the dinosaurs.
Still cameras including point and shoot, digital and
disposable are permitted, but no professional or detachable
lenses are allowed. Our camera policy defines professional
lens cameras as a camera with a lens greater than
200 mm. A camera with a lens greater than 200 mm will
never be allowed at Scottrade Center. Video cameras
and audio recorders are prohibited.