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You’re Welcome: A Moana Sing Along is Coming to Theatres!

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It’s been less than two months since we first saw Moana set sail in theatres, and now Disney’s most recent animated musical hit is returning as a special Sing Along event for just one weekend!

On January 20, 2017, Moana Sing-Along will make its debut at the El Capitan Theatre, followed by a wider, 2000-theatre engagement the next weekend, January 27th. Audiences can belt out the Lin-Manuel Miranda, Opetaia Foa’i and Mark Mancina-penned songs, including fan favorites, ‘How Far I’ll Go’ and ‘You’re Welcome.’

In related news, the Moana soundtrack has been setting the Billboard album charts on fire and is currently holding strong at #2 on the Top 200. It is also #1 on Billboard’s Top Album Sales chart. The film has earned $226 million domestically with a total worldwide gross of $451 million and counting.

Will you be attending Moana’s Sing-Along Event?

Edited by: Kelly Conley

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Gary is a Disney nerd whose favorite animated movies are Beauty and the Beast, The Incredibles and Frozen. Find out more at: www.garywrightonline.blogspot.com. Follow on Twitter: @IAmGaryWright and Instagram: @garywright91
  • So awesome that this movies been doing good enough for a sing along version! The music for me at least was one of my favorite elements to the movie ^.^

  • Manuel Orozco

    I haven’t seen Moana yet but I knew a sing along version was coming eventually.

    • Hey it’s Disney. They’ll find a way to bring any movie of theirs back in theaters.

      • Manuel Orozco

        True since Cinemark does Disney Screen and El Capitan in Hollywood does Throwback Thursdays

  • Jeremiah

    Ohmigosh, I so might go to this. My sister plays the soundtrack insatiably (sometimes multiple times in a row) so I’d have at least one fellow traveler.

  • Ryan Prieto

    These are always a wonderful thing to attend. There is always so much joy in the audience, and enthusiasm.

  • This is interesting. The best part of Moana were the songs, so this makes perfect sense.

  • Something tells me that a part of this is to kill some competition from The Lego Batman movie, and to squeeze some more box office gross.

    • Manuel Orozco

      Not that I saw Moana yet or anything but that won’t surprise me since Lego Movie was playing at the exact time Frozen had it’s sing along engagement.