Disney Vacation Club Members: The Lion King Ticket Offer

Disney Vacation Club Members: Be A Part of the Circle of Life at THE LION KING Musical with Early Bookings on Select Performances

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Love THE LION KING but haven’t been able to travel to New York City to see a performance?
Well, Hakuna Matata because Disney Vacation Club Members can enjoy early bookings to purchase tickets for the traveling Tony® Award-winning musical for shows in select cities!
Disney’s THE LION KING combines stunning visual artistry, unforgettable music and exhilarating choreography for an awe-inspiring production the whole family will enjoy.
Winner of six Tony® Awards including Best Musical, this remarkable tale of hope and adventure features classic songs crafted by the award-winning songwriting team of Elton John and Tim Rice and has found its way into the hearts of millions.
Join the circle of life at THE LION KING and now through May 30, 2015, enjoy booking in advance of general audiences for the September 9 – October 4, 2015 performances in San Jose, CA.
Stay tuned to DVCMember.com, as early bookings will also become available for the following cities, with purchase date details still to be announced:

– Costa Mesa, CA
– Tampa, FL
– San Diego, CA

To purchase tickets for THE LION KING, please visit here.

Please note that there is a limit of 14 tickets per person per 7 day period. Dates, times, prices and cast of performances are subject to change without notice.

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TreeHoppers Aerial Zip Line Adventure Park Set to Open in Dade City in August

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TreeHoppers Aerial Zip Line Adventure Park Set to Open in Dade City in August

Indiana-based Owners Invest $2 Million in Aerial Adventure Park


TreeHoppers, an aerial/zip line adventure park in Tampa Bay, breaks ground this summer and plans to open to the public in August 2015. Indiana-based White River Zip Lines purchased a 60-acre wooded tract in Dade City on March 2nd property to develop TreeHoppers and another attraction to be named in the coming months.

TreeHoppers will feature dozens of zip lines, rope bridges and aerial climbing elements. The attraction will have eight unique courses and nearly 100 aerial features catering to adults and children ages five and up.

“We are thrilled to offer this new experience to the Tampa Bay area,” says Benjamin Nagengast, CEO at TreeHoppers “Our team carefully and thoughtfully selected Tampa Bay for our newest attraction and we can’t wait to introduce TreeHoppers to the community. There is nothing like it anywhere in Florida.”

The property features several acres of beautiful, hilly forest with sprawling live oak trees that will stretch down to a five-acre lake in the back of the property. TreeHoppers will fully utilize the property, allowing adventurers of all skill levels to traverse through the canopy trees, crossing the picturesque landscape. Climbers will be provided with the latest safety climbing technology and full safety instruction from highly-trained climbing monitors before setting out on the course. The aerial adventure park concept was brought to the United States from Switzerland six years ago after an increase in popularity in Europe.

With an exact August opening date still to be determined, TreeHoppers will be open year-round, 7 days a week and is located at 27839 Saint Joe Road Dade City, FL, only 35 minutes north of Tampa.

For more information, please visit www.treehoppers.com.


About TreeHoppers:

TreeHoppers is a new aerial/adventure park which hosts eight unique courses and over 100 aerial elements for adults and children ages five and up. It’s the perfect activity for the entire family. Leisure fun seekers to expert climbers can venture through a variety of zip lines, rope bridges and aerial climbing features. TreeHoppers is an ideal attraction for birthday parties and corporate events. TreeHoppers is located in Dade City, Florida just north of Tampa. For more information, visit www.treehoppers.com.

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