DreamWorks’ How To Train Your Dragon Live Show

This summer, audiences across North America will experience the magic of fire-breathing dragons that soar through arena skies in DreamWorks’ How To Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular.

DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc. (Nasdaq: DWA), Global Creatures and S2BN Entertainment today announced How To Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular will embark on a worldwide tour following its debut in Australia and New Zealand.

The tour will be produced by RZO Dragon Productions to deliver 23 dragons, some with wingspans of up to 46 feet, Viking warriors and world-class circus artists and acrobats, to perform against a state-of-the-art, wall-to-floor immersive projection measuring more than 20,000 square feet.

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How To Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular was created by DreamWorks Animation, producers of the Academy Award-nominated film, How to Train Your Dragon, which grossed approximately $500 million at the worldwide box office and opened as the #1 film in over 30 countries and Global Creatures, the masterminds behind the international phenomenon Walking with Dinosaurs, a top world tour of 2010.

How To Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular’s worldwide tour is exclusively promoted by S2BN Entertainment and delivers some of the most ambitious theatrical technology to ever tour the arena.

The North American tour launches with a one-week engagement in Wilkes-Barre, PA, on June 27th. The tour schedule can be found at www.dreamworksdragonslive.com with tickets on sale to the general public beginning on Friday, May 11.

Ticket prices range from $24.50 to $89.50, with an average ticket price of $58.00. A limited number of premium seats and special VIP ticket experiences and family packages are also available.

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