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The Wiggles coming to Rose State Performing Arts Center

Melissa Hayer Modified: June 24, 2013 at 4:00 pm •  Published: June 24, 2013

The Wiggles’ “Taking Off!” world tour will be making a stop at the Rose State Performing Arts Center at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 16.

Tickets are available now, and prices range from $14 to $70, plus service fees.

To purchase a ticket, visit or call (405) 297-2264.

Details on The Wiggles and their show, provided in a news release, are as follows:

After 21 years of entertaining children around the globe, The Wiggles will introduce three new cast members including the first-ever female member, Emma Watkins as the Yellow Wiggle.  Founding member Anthony Field, known as the Blue Wiggle, rounds out this vibrant group with Simon Pryce (Red Wiggle) and Lachlan Gillespie (Purple Wiggle).  The “Taking Off!” worldwide tour will crisscross North America, hitting over thirty-five major cities between August and October in support of their new album of the same name (available May 7th on Razor & Tie).  The Taking Off! DVD is slated for release later this summer, and a new television series will debut on Sprout in the fall. For a complete list of tour dates please go to

The Wiggles will be joined onstage by Dorothy the Dinosaur, Captain Feathersword, Wags the Dog and Henry the Octopus for an extra wiggly good time. This marks the first time that North American audiences will get to meet the new line-up and hear new music, as well as sing along to their favorite hits which are all incorporated into their live show. Taking Off! features 21 new feet-stomping songs including the catchy soon-to-be favorite, “Do The Propeller!” as well as “Beep! Beep! Buckle Up!” “Emma (with the Bow in Her Hair)” and classics such as “Rock-A-Bye Your Bear” and “Get Ready to Wiggle.”

Monday, September 16th | 6:30PM
Rose State Performing Arts Center
6420 SE 15th St, Midwest City, OK 73110


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