PAW Patrol Live! Heroes Unite @ Angel of the Winds Arena, ShoWare Center, Tacoma Dome, and McCaw Hall

Amazing puppies 🐶

📸: PAW Patrol Live!

📍 Angel of the Winds Arena (Everett): 2000 Hewitt Ave, Everett
📆 Friday, April 5th – Saturday, April 6th
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📍 Accesso ShoWare Center (Kent): 625 West James Street, Kent
📆 Wednesday, April 10th – Thursday, April 11th
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📍 Tacoma Dome (Tacoma): 2727 E D St, Tacoma
📆 Saturday, April 13th – Sunday, April 14th
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📍 McCaw Hall (Seattle): 321 Mercer St, Seattle
📆 Tuesday, April 16th – Wednesday, April 17th
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Being a childless adult, I mostly know the PAW Patrol through (1) my friends’ young children and (2) the fact that the most recent movie iteration came out the same day as Saw, ergo dubbing the moviegoing weekend as Saw Patrol. But it’s hard to escape ubiquitous cartoons in the zeitgeist, and I’m always paying attention to cute dog content (even though my dog is a little monster), and I have a lifelong love of live shows that utilize giant puppets. Ergo, I present you to PAW Patrol Live!: Heroes Unite

Based on the long-running Canadian television show, its two feature film spinoffs, and a whole lot of adorable toys, their newest tour follows human boy Ryder and his beloved pack of converted doghouse-driving search and rescue dogs as they save citizens of all shapes and sizes. Usually limited to their hometown of Adventure Bay, they must now go out around the world capturing Robo-Dog clones before it’s too late. Can they save the day, or will it be a “ruff” time for everyone? 

Featuring high-energy song-and-dance numbers, massive rear-projection design, and high-flying action-adventure stunts, it’s an interactive show for kids and parents. And hey, maybe if you’re able to step up, unite, and save the day, you too can become an honorary member of the PAW Patrol. 

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Marcus Gorman

Marcus Gorman is a Seattle-based playwright and film programmer. He once raised money for a synagogue by marathoning 15 Adam Sandler movies in one weekend. You can find him on Instagram and Twitter @marcus_gorman.