The High School Musical 3 Pep Rally travels on the back of a truck down Hollywood Boulevard where it stops in front of the Sorcerer's Hat to play out the important scenes (meaning most popular songs) from the Disney Channel film "High School Musical 3". The pep rally has characters that are very similar to those of the characters from the film who sing and act out scenes from the film. The pep rally also allows a few guests to dance in two scenes with the characters from the film.
High School Musical 3 Pep Rally is the third version of the traveling stage show that performs in front of the Sorcerer's Hat and is a huge hit with tweens and younger children. The popularity of the series is evident in the large crowds that frequent each showing throughout the day. Unlike the first two editions of this show, there are no songs from the first film in this show. Like previous shows, guests can volunteer, although only a few guests are invited to be a part of the show whereas in previous editions of this show, many more guests were involved in the show so it isn't as interactive as the High School Musical 1 or 2 pep rallys. If your child would like to volunteer, sitting in the first row or two is critical to being selected. We should also mention that adults are selected for the Broadway bit of the show and again, those adults towards the front are asked to "volunteer". Since this is performed at various times of the day in front of the Sorcerer's Hat, there are no seats or a line to speak of. About 30-40 minutes before the show, Cast Members instruct anyone waiting for the show to wait in a line. However, when the High School 3 Musical Pep Rally vehicle finally drives in and starts, guests are then lead in a horizontal line to the show area. Ideally you want to be front row, center so it's best to to arrive 20 minutes before show time and be in a spot halfway between the Sorcerer's Hat and the tip board.
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