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Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater Shows Disneys Beauty and The Beast – Discount Tickets Available

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Beauty & The Beast at the Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater

The events at the Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater were so popular last year, that we thought you might want to know what it going on there this year – and how to get discount tickets! See Beauty and the Beast at the Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater this year!

Goldstar is offering tickets to select July and August 2016 showings of Beauty and the Beast starting as low as $5 ea!  There will be a service fees per ticket too, so you will pay a total of $7.50 for kids tickets or $13.75 per adult ticket after all fees. This is a great price for this outdoor theater!

  •  kids 4 and under are free. 

There are currently dates available for July  to Aug (see specific dates below). Tickets generally sell out for this theater, so I would grab yours soon if you are interested (they sold out last time they were available, as well as in previous years).

A few readers have commented on their experience at the show in previous years on the Thrifty NW Mom Facebook page (sounds good!) if you want more info on the Theater. 

The really cool thing is that the play will take place at the Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater. That means you can make a day trip out of the event, if you are not from the area. Enjoy Snoqualmie Falls before or after the event. Snoqualmie Falls Theater is also a park, and there are trails that will lead you to an overlook of the Falls (per their website). You can even purchase dinner at the theater itself :

Dinner:
$18 – Steak or salmon BBQ dinner
$15 – Chicken BBQ dinner
$14 – Vegetarian lasagna
$5 – Child’s hot dog

If you have other favorite tips about visiting Snoqualmie Falls or the Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater, please share them. I am looking forward to a day out there with my family this summer too!

Event Details:

“Disney’s Beauty and the Beast”: Beloved Musical Performed Outdoors at Snoqualmie Falls

Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater & Family Park (Fall City WA)

The enchanting tale and soaring music of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast comes to the magical setting of the Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater. Based on the beloved 1991 animated film, this eye-popping stage spectacle has won the hearts of over 35 million people worldwide. The acclaimed musical tells the story of Belle, an intelligent young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince under a witch’s curse. Time is running out, and if the Beast doesn’t learn his lesson soon, he and his household will be doomed for all eternity. Filled with colorful characters, lavish sets and costumes, and dazzling show-stopping numbers including “Be Our Guest” and the unforgettable title song, this tale as old as time shows outside under a canopy of trees with views of Snoqualmie Falls. * Additional fees apply. No coupon or promo codes necessary to enjoy the displayed discount price.

Get Tickets Here! Current dates available (will change as they sell out)

Saturday July 23, 2016 @ 2:00pm $5.00 – $10.00
Saturday July 23, 2016 @ 7:00pm $5.00 – $10.00
Sunday July 24, 2016 @ 2:00pm $5.00 – $10.00
Saturday July 30, 2016 @ 2:00pm $5.00 – $10.00
Saturday July 30, 2016 @ 7:00pm $5.00 – $10.00
Sunday July 31, 2016 @ 2:00pm $5.00 – $10.00
Saturday August 6, 2016 @ 2:00pm $5.00 – $10.00
Saturday August 6, 2016 @ 7:00pm $5.00 – $10.00
Sunday August 7, 2016 @ 2:00pm $5.00 – $10.00
Saturday August 13, 2016 @ 2:00pm $5.00 – $10.00
Saturday August 13, 2016 @ 7:00pm $5.00 – $10.00
Sunday August 14, 2016 @ 2:00pm $5.00 – $10.00
Saturday August 20, 2016 @ 2:00pm $5.00 – $10.00
Saturday August 20, 2016 @ 7:00pm $5.00 – $10.00
Sunday August 21, 2016 @ 2:00pm $5.00 – $10.00

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2 Comments

  1. Can anyone tell me what else there is t do there, so I know how much time we will need to visit. How much to see, etc. I want to know if we need something like an hour or several hours etc. Also, the pages I searched pretty thorough do not say if you can bring a camera for either the show OR the nature views, and very important, if money is tight for you, can you pack something small with drinks or sandwiches etc. I tried to find rules etc, to no avail. Any input would be very appreciated. =) Thanks.

  2. This is a rather long comment, but has all the details I could find about this theater. Hopefully it will help people as it did me:

    While I still hope and await some additional information, if possible about the time needed for an average day and any general rules I might not be finding, I am returning with some information in case any other readers need them. =)

    First, I am new to this area, so this is likely more helpful to those not familiar to the area, like me. But still, lots of helpful information to follow.

    Second, I was under the impression that the falls and the theater were in walking distance from one another. But, unless there is a hike/path that goes the distance, my research has led me to find that the falls park, and the theater are in fact (driving distance) 7 miles/14 minutes distance from one another. This would be a long walk indeed…so I would definitely factor that into plans, if anyone plans to do a whole day there.

    Third, I wanted to offer some general information I dug up, as well as my experience purchasing the tickets.

    I bought the show tickets from Goldstar, I generally liked the experience. The site reflected it was a secure site when I went to put in my information (high priority for me.) I like that the tickets were 13.75 per adult (half off normal 20 purchase price was big selling point for me, plus the added 3.75 service fee.) It went very quick and very easy. I got my email notifications timely, and the information provided was pretty decent. My only qualm, is the annoying pop up element (that pop up blockers do not prevent) on the goldstar page that FORCES you to either sign up with them, or sign up with facebook (an option I do not like to use since companies are given your facebook information when you do it that way,) before you can even see the performance information, dates, if its sold out, etc. Thats highly annoying, but since it seemed like there was a performance or two left, I bit the bullet and signed up just to double check and then in fact purchase.
    Goldstar should at the VERY least offer an X/close option on that annoying window that pops up. Otherwise, they did fine.
    Save for that last part, the experience was quick and easy and lacked any other frustrations.

    I did some digging on the Goldstar website and there are comments left by people about their experiences for the theather. I advise reading them, they were very helpful. A couple people did in fact say you can bring your own food and drink. I have to go by this since the theater website said no where wether you could or not (that I could find.) I gather since its allowed, they don’t want to highlight it, since they want to sell their own stuff, but seemingly don’t disallow it either.
    This is nice as my boyfriend and his mother and myself plan to pack a nice little lunch, some drinks, and then also have the BBQ dinner that they offer.
    I plan to bring a camera that also has video capability, for use in the park, but I do not know if they will allow it at the theater, I will find out when I get there. =)

    Some other bulleted facts I learned:

    **They offer/lend cushions for the wooden bench seats, but also say you can bring your own. I gather what they offer might either be worn, limited, or perhaps not as good as something you pick up yourself.

    **People chimed in saying dress in layers for both warm days, and sundown brings cooler nights, plus bugs (I gather mosquitoes and gnats), so they also reccomend bug spray along with the layers. One person said bug repellent was provided, but since I saw no other mentions of this, I would take caution.

    **Some people reccomend being prepared for rain as they only cancel for a real pour-down, but some also said if it does rain they hand out ponchos, which are complimentary. I cannot confirm either way, so be prepared.

    **Also reccomended sunscreen.

    **Sturdy, comfortable walking shoes as you will walk down trails. Also be prepared for some mud if it rains/has rained.

    **Someone said the snacks were one dollar each at snack bar.

    **Someone said lines for food and restroom were long at breaks, so be prepared (comment was three years ago.)

    **Someone also said inquire about the van transport for mobility imparied…and perhaps if you just cannot make the long trail. I found no place that indicated the measured distances.

    **One person said their show length (Brigadoon) was about 2.5 hours.

    **I saw VERY persistant warnings about speed limits at the place, where you CAN drive and cannot, and things like that. It said something about video cameras and 1000$ fines, and I saw notes somewhere about the local speed laws being very strict and enforced. I forget the local/town/city limit, but the theater park was 10mph, so BE careful. I would read their rules about where you can drive, the gate, and speeds, etc very carefully, on the theater website.

    **From the theater website: “Dinner is served after the 2pm show is over, from 4:15-5:15. Guests attending the 7pm should arrive early enough to be served by 5:15 as we can not serve food after this time.”
    So I would advise to plan lunches, snacks, sightseeing, etc. accordingly.

    **The Falls park is seperate from theather once again, and it says on THEIR (park) website:
    “The free parking and free viewing area are open from dawn until dusk.”

    **The Falls park I gather is state owned, and they have hiking there, and the site even mentions things like “The Snoqualmie Falls Candy Factory and Cafe.” The site also mentions things like lodging (for people who might want to make a weekend of it,) some sort of famous oatmeal, pancake, and waffle mixes they sell, and even a casino. I highly reccomend people read not just the theater and Goldstar websites, but the parks website for all information.

    **Both the theater and the seperate park have directions and maps pages, information, etc. The parks website even has lots of photos and videos (which sold me on going to see it,) news, history, weather, and lots of other interesting information and facts.

    **The Falls park has a picnic area, but said somewhere that they don’t allow barbequing or grilling/cooking. So, bring your own stuff pre-prepared.

    After I purchased the show tickets, I then went to the theater store site and bought the dinners. This purchase is seperate, and they offer a place in the order sheet for show tickets too, but beware: this is the full 20$ price, not the goldstar price! I only purchased the dinner tickets there.
    It was a good experience, this purchase was also on a secure page, as my browser indicated, the confirmations came through quick and it was very thorough. So far, save for things going well on the actual day, it was a smooth and fast experience.

    It took some time to figure out which site had which information, and it was a tad confusing, but alas the theater website not only links you to the dinner purchase page, but tells you what the food actually includes! Goldstar has nothing to do with the food purchase at all, just the showtimes and tickets for it.

    The description said this:
    “You can also enjoy a fabulous BBQ dinner! You have your choice of a tender, 8 oz top sirloin steak, cooked to your specifications; a fine, 6 oz fillet of salmon; or breast of chicken, grilled to perfection. For the younger taste buds, we offer hot dogs and chips, and a vegetable lasagna is available for our vegetarian patrons. All are grilled over an alderwood fire and accompanied by a baked potato with all the trimmings. Also include is green salad, fresh fruit, fresh rolls and butter, your choice of coffee or lemonade, and an ice cream sandwich for dessert!
    Our steak, salmon, and chicken are prepared by one of our hand-picked chefs from different restaurants in the region. ”

    At first I thought the price was a tad high, but then I saw what comes with it, and felt it was reasonable for all of that. It is not just the main course you pay for.

    It is important to note, that seeing the actual falls, the park around the falls, and all that, is seperate from the theater, and 7 miles apart. So if you plan on taking tour of the falls and its park, plan around the show and dinner times etc. of the theater, and the 15 mins or so it takes to get to the theater from there.

    Here are the three links so you can make sure you read all three:
    https://www.goldstar.com/events/fall-city-wa/fiddler-on-the-roof (for the discounted tickets ONLY)
    https://www.foresttheater.org/default.html For the theater website and links to the food purchase. They even have a decent FAQ for most questions.
    https://www.snoqualmiefalls.com/ For the park website (remember they are not connected to the theater physically or any other way, even business-wise.)

    Thats about all I could find/think of, and it took a bit of digging and reading, and LOTS of open tabs. So I thought I might save a few people some of the time it took me. =)

    And as my now boy is now grown and living far, I just thought I would add for families, that if my son were still young, I would be inclined toward printing out the history, saving the videos they show, and putting them on my ipod, and/or showing it all to him at home beforehand, or while there. I would also print out any interesting facts and photos for him, sort of like a class trip handout sort of thing. Things that get kids attention are stuff like “FAMOUS 270 FOOT WATERFALL!” (that’s a little less than half the height of the Woolworth Building in NYC, greater than the length of the Great Sphinx, the same height as many old Redwood trees, and TWICE the height of the Statue of Liberty!), and the fact that the guy who designed and built the underground REALLY cool tunnels and structures, and hydro electric plant, was all done before the first airplane was built, the very first TANK (was even invented,) and even penicillin was invented! How cool is that! It was done only ten years or so after Thomas Edison produced the first light bulb and Bell came out with the telephone! Charles Baker was the engineer who constructed the power plant. The pictures of the plant way underground, and the videos that show it, and its history, are really cool! What facts or media you show that gets their interest, will really depend on the child, and of course their age. I would just definitely be inclined toward making the experience not just fun, but educational. But alas mine is grown, so the parents out there get to have all the fun now! ;)

    Thats all I could add to this right now, and hope it helps people. I will comment again to add my report on the full experience of the show, sometime after the July 26th performance we go to see. I thought whatever gas, the 13.75$ for the performance, the 15$ chicken meal, and whatever I might purchase at a gift shop or whatever would add up to a pretty good cost for a full day for me and my boyfriend and his mother for the day. The falls prices are free! 28.75 per person + gas and whatever snacks or drinks I bring is good for a whole day!

    Enjoy all! =)

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