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Tween Stars Live Concert at Freedom Hill Amphitheatre in Sterling Heights

Take your kid to see the stars of their favorite Disney and Nickelodeon shows all together for one epic night of fun on July 27, 2013

Feed your tween's love for Disney and Nickelodeon shows by taking them to Tween Stars Live at Freedom Hill Amphitheatre in Sterling Heights July 27, 2013. This blowout show features eight of the hilarious performers from the shows kids love watching every week – and, if you choose, there's a meet-and-greet after!

During the main show, which goes 1-3 p.m., sit back and laugh to the goofiness of Calum Worthy ("Dez" on Disney's Austin and Ally), Daniella Monet ("Trina" on Nickelodeon's Victorious), Adam Irigoyen ("Duece" on Disney's Shake It Up), Raven Goodwin ("Ivy" on Disney's Good Luck Charlie), Peyton List ("Emma" of Disney's Jessie), Jennifer Stone ("Harper" of Disney's Wizards of Waverly Place), Alexandria DeBerry ("Paisley" of Disney's A.N.T. Farm) and Davis Cleveland ("Flynn" on Disney's Shake It Up).

Special Metro Parent offer! Save $10 off $55 and $75 seats with our promo on this page (look to the far right; it's the third orange button under 'Ticket Options'). At checkout, be sure to enter the code METROPARENT.

 

Throughout the performance, the actors will walk through the audience to answer questions, share funny stories from behind the scenes of their respective shows – and, of course, get lots of audience participation!

Does your kid know every line from their favorite show? At Tween Stars Live, they might get the opportunity to get on stage and act out the best scenes from the show they love most. By taking part in a trivia challenge, they can earn bragging rights for just how much they know about these cool shows on their favorite channels.

Freedom Hill – which just reopened for the 2013 season after being closed a few years – hosts this must-see for all Disney and Nickelodeon fans. Catch the tween stars' main show 1-3 p.m. July 27 – then, stick around afterward for a meet-and-greet with the cast from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. (with purchase of package – be sure to register for this second special part early, as spots are limited to 300 fans only). Attendees are encouraged to meet, get autographs and take photos with every actor from the show.

Tickets are on sale now at the shows website (find it via the Metro Parent listing). For the main show, tickets run $35-$95; for the meet-and-greet, it's an additional $75.

To learn more about the Tween Stars Live concert at Freedom Hill Amphitheatre in Sterling Heights, check out the Metro Parent calendar listing.

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