The Smurfs are coming to Resorts World Genting! Last weekend, I got to enjoy the first live performance show of The Smurfs at Resort World Genting. ‘The Smurfs Live On Stage – The Smurfs Save Spring’ is a 70-minute, two-act musical extravaganza that features live actors singing and dancing in full Smurf costumes. 

Arriving in Malaysia for the first time, the adorable blue creatures of the forest will be taking over the stage at the Genting International Showroom from May 26 to June 24, 2018. Do remember to book your date now and bring along your kids up here to Resort World Genting.

The show kick start with their famous Happy Song, which is everyone favorite song when they saw Smurfs! Lalalala lala Sing a Happy Song, The Smurfs sing, and dance for the start of the live performance.

 Kevin Tann, Vice President of Promotions and Entertainment for Resorts World Genting mentioned, “I am looking forward to seeing this myself, as I remember growing up with the Smurfs cartoon. Also touring productions such as The Smurfs Save Spring help cement Resorts World Genting’s commitment to providing a full range of entertainment options for families, emphasizing positive messages and allowing parents and their children to bond in shared nostalgia.” 

We get to see all the famous Smurfs characters on stage too! It was so fun and cute to able to see them on stage. Dancing and Performing live in front of us feels so exciting and happening.

Directed by John Rowe and choreographed by Katie Kermond, of Millennium Entertainment International, ‘The Smurfs Live On Stage – The Smurfs Save Spring’ presents an original story about the Smurfs’ favorite time of the year, SPRING!!

As the village prepares for their much-awaited Spring Parade, their perennial nemesis, the evil Gargamel plots to disrupt the festivities with another one of his wicked plans. 

The Smurfs will have to work together to battle Gargamel (left) and save Mother Nature(right), brought to life by the talented actors of this long-running touring production. 

Eight of the best-known Smurfs will feature prominently in ‘The Smurfs Live On Stage, The Smurfs Save Spring’, including Papa Smurf, Clumsy Smurf, Brainy Smurf and the lovely Smurfette. 

The performance end with a nice happy ending! I really enjoy this entire show with watching Live Performance of The Smurfs, how they save spring and interact with the guest too. It was such a fun and happy performance when you bring along your kids, you can see Smurfs in real life and seeing them singing and dancing too!

“This year is the Smurfs’ 60th anniversary, as they were born in 1958,” says Nick Larkin, producer of the show. “It took many, many years of meetings, approvals, designing and planning to bring this show to life, but it was worth it in the end. We’ve thrilled audiences worldwide with this production and I am incredibly excited to bring The Smurfs Save Spring to Resorts World Genting. The show is about positive messages about friendship, teamwork, and care of the environment, and I look forward to seeing happy, smiling faces in the theatre.”

‘The Smurfs Live On Stage – The Smurfs Save Spring’ is a musical theatre production that has been touring since 2014. It has since performed in more than 15 countries, entertaining over 150,000 fans. The production is based on the comic created by Belgian cartoonist Pierre Culliford, also known as Peyo. 

Tickets for ‘The Smurfs Live On Stage – The Smurfs Save Spring’ at Resorts World Genting are priced at RM176 (VIP), RM136 (PS1) and RM96 (PS2), excluding RM4 processing fees. Children under a year old will enjoy free entry. A 10% discount applies for Genting Rewards Card members. There are also special room packages starting from RM263 nett, which offers savings up to RM399. 

The show will be performed daily at the 1,000-capacity Genting International Showroom from May 26 to June 24, at 8.30pm Mondays to Saturdays and at 4pm on Sundays. **Additional 4pm matinees are scheduled for June 15 and 16. 

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Till Then.


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  1. I enjoyed this Smurf live performance so much. I want to go again because I am a great Smurf fan! Used to collect so many Smurf merchandise when I was a kid. LOL

  2. wooo... is a happy ending... at least the children wont be lefted with sadness. happy ending could give them a big smile too!

  3. So cute! Although I didn't watch the cartoon but they look so cute in mascot.