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Posted On: 5 January 2023 11:33 am
Updated On: 28 January 2023 03:37 pm

Disney Princess - The Concert at Katara Amphitheatre

Cassandra Pallagud
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Event Details:

Location: Katara Amphitheatre
Date: 26 January 2023 - 28 January 2023
Time: 07:30 pm - 09:00 pm
  • Bronze - 125QR
  • Silver - 250QR
  • Gold - 375QR
  • Platinum - 550QR
  • VVIP - 750QR
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UPDATE (28 January 2023)

The Friday evening show has been rescheduled for Saturday, 28 January at 5:30 PM, according to Virgin Tickets Team. Existing tickets remain valid for that performance.

Owing to weather conditions, Disney Princess - The Concert will hold two shows on Saturday, January 28, 2023.
Taking place at the Katara Amphitheatre, an additional show will be held at 5:30 PM while the existing show will be delayed to 8:00 PM.

For more information on exchanging or refunding tickets, please email [email protected]


Qatar Tourism (QT) and Qatar Airways bring an exciting production of the world-renowned Disney Princess – The Concert to Doha, in partnership with Disney Concerts and Broadway Entertainment Group.

For the first time in forever, the show will be accompanied by a live orchestral performance by none other than the treasured local institution, the Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra.

For three nights, starting January 26 to 28, some of Broadway and the West End’s most celebrated artists will perform this unique tribute to Disney Princesses under the stars, against the dramatically impressive backdrop of the Katara Amphitheatre.

More than 30 hits from the Disney Princess franchises will be performed by the enviable cast featuring Hiba Elchikhe (‘Princess Jasmine’ in Disney’s Aladdin), Steffanie Leigh (‘Mary Poppins’ in Mary Poppins), Aisha Jackson (‘Anna’ in Disney’s Frozen), and Tony®-nominee Susan Egan (Broadway’s original ‘Belle’ in Beauty and the Beast and ‘Meg’ in Disney’s animated feature Hercules). Adam Josef (Moulin Rouge, Waitress) joins the quartet of women as their enchanting Prince. The cast will perform alongside the Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sarah Hicks.

In addition to performing the host of globally adored songs, including Frozen’s ‘Let it Go’ and Moana’s ‘How Far I’ll Go,’ the cast, appearing as themselves, will share amusing and heartfelt anecdotes from their time on the stage and screen. Various larger-than-life animations and stage effects will bring the Disney magic alive for audiences.

Concertgoers are encouraged to dress up in their best ‘royal’ attire for the performances, which run from January 26 to January 28, 2023.

Source and cover image credit: Press release