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Customer Reviews for Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

4 Customer reviews


Star rating

Great time!

Brenda Noel from Orlando, Florida
26th January 2020

We attended Daniel Tiger Live in Orlando and my 28 month old loved every minute! Enough action to hold is attention until the very end! Very nice show!


Anonymous from Schenectady, New York
8th February 2017

I would like to recommend Daniel Tiger neighborhood for more showing performance at Procotrs for the 2018 2019 year and always. It was Fantastic ! for the whole family night out, teaching of family structure, love friendship and sibling relations . I brought my daughter who was 9 years old ans she still loved the entire show and so did my son who ws 18 months at the time love to do this again .

GREAT show but the sound was not great :(

Katie from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
7th January 2018

I want to give a 5 star but can’t. We really enjoyed taking our 2.5 year old to the Merriam. We sat in the Balcony and could see perfectly. The show itself, story and message were perfect. But - the live actors’ volume couldn’t match the pre-recorded Daniel voice. Daniel’s voice was the perfect volume, but just couldn’t hear the other actors signing well which was really unfortunate bc you could tell they had great voices. For me, that made the show less impactful. I also felt like Mom Tiger and Miss Elaina’s voices were so faint, something had to be wrong with their microphones. I’d still recommemd the show. Not sure if sitting closer woukdve helped with the volume. We went to Nomad after for dinner and attempted Max Brenner for dessert, but no reservation and wait was 2.5 hrs. There was seating at the bar but we opted to head home.

Dreams do come false!

Jack from Albuquerque, New Mexico
17th March 2018

My daughter turned 3 2 days before the show, we went for her birthday. She love Daniel Tiger and knows every song, and she loves going to these type of shows to see her favorite characters in person. We were so excited for this one she loves this show most of all! However, as soon as the show started she would ask me each time a character came on stage why do they have a person face? Why does Oh the Owl have a person head sticking out of his owl head? It literally ruined her whole opinion of the show, and she did not enjoy what was supposed to be her biggest best birthday present. Since everyone in the show is an animal, wouldn't it be better if they didn't have human faces and heads poking out ruining the fantasy? Especially for young kids who don't understand?