GO,DIEGO,GOLIVE! The great Jaguar rescue in Little Rock!
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LITTLE ROCK, AR - Join Diego, Nick Jr.'s action adventure hero, in his brand new live show, GO, DIEGO, GO LIVE! THE GREAT JAGUAR RESCUE! Diego, along with his sister, Alicia, and cousin, Dora, are off on an action-packed special mission to get Baby Jaguar’s growl back from the Bobo Brothers. They'll need the audience's help to rescue animals, navigate through the rainforest, and bypass a giant waterfall to get to the Animal Carnivale.
GO, DIEGO, GO LIVE! THE GREAT JAGUAR RESCUE hits center stage at Robinson Center Music Hall for three performances only July 10-11. Tuesday, July 10 at 7:00pm and Wednesday, July 11 at 10:30am & 7:00pm.
Diego, along with his best friend, Baby Jaguar, are getting ready to celebrate the annual Animal Carnivale in the jungle. Baby Jaguar is going to be the king of the carnivale where he will begin the festivities with his unique growl. There is only one problem: the Bobo Brothers show up with their magic bottle and take Baby Jaguar’s growl! Without his growl, Baby Jaguar can’t initiate the Carnivale’s festitivies and there won’t be a Animal Carnivale at all!
Diego and sister Alicia set out to help Baby Jaguar on his quest to get his growl back from the Bobos. Their pursuit of the Bobos takes them through a rainforest, down a raging river and into a magical pyramid. During their adventure, they meet and learn about all the animals of the rainforest, rescuing a few of them along the way with the help of the audience, and even meet up with Diego’s cousin, Dora the Explorer! They finally catch up with the Bobos inside the Ancient Pyramid and, in an exciting,
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