Wicked at Bass Concert Hall

Wicked Tickets

Bass Concert Hall | Austin, Texas


The composer and lyricist who created the musical’s songs is multi-Grammy and Academy Award-winner Stephen Schwartz. He was also the individual behind the earworms in Disney’s Pocahontas, The Hunchback of Notre Dame and The Prince of Egypt. While the dramatic ‘Defying Gravity’ is the most famous song in WICKED the musical, the song that touched us the most was Elphaba’s emotional rendition of ‘No Good Deed’. It springs from her distress and rage at how her efforts to do the right thing keep being thwarted, a feeling that many children can surely identify with. And once your kids have heard it, Glinda’s cheery ‘Popular’ may well overtake ‘Let It Go’ from Disney’s Frozen as the song of the season. So bring the family and come and see some incredible music at the Bass Concert Hall in Austin.

Wicked, the Musical, is the very beginning of the history of the land of Oz! With the outstanding score that includes the hits “Defying Gravity,” “Popular” and “For Good,” Wicked has been called as “the defining musical of the decade.” By The New York Times. Tickets are on hand now for Wicked! Only at the fabulous Bass Concert Hall in the city of Austin on the Wednesday 20th March 2024. Take a enchanted broomstick ride back to the dawn of the Land of Oz, before Dorothy and her enchanted ruby slippers were there, we had Elphaba, born with emerald green skin, she’s smart, fiery, misunderstood and holding an powerful talent. Then we have the very popular Galinda, she’s a gorgeous blonde with a lively personality, and their early rivalry turns into the unlikeliest of friendships. Until the world decides to call one good, and the other one Wicked! Jerked apart by the love they both share for the fetching Winkle Prince Fiyero Tigelaar and a succession of calamities, mistakes and filthy tricks by the powerful Wizard of Oz, the two friends end up it out across the Land of Oz. Purchase your tickets now for a magical show of a lifetime!

Wicked at Bass Concert Hall

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