First Ever “Spy Ninjas Live” National Tour Based on Blockbuster YouTube Series

First Ever “Spy Ninjas Live” National Tour Based on Blockbuster YouTube Series Coming To

Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre

On Sunday, February 19, 2023

Tickets and VIP Packages on Sale June 24

 

 

Vancouver – Wednesday, June 22 – With nearly 40 million YouTube subscribers and 400 million monthly viewers across its YouTube channels, the Spy Ninjas today announced they will take their detective, martial arts, and hacking skills from the screen to the stage with the all new Spy Ninjas Live (www.spyninjaslive.com). Featuring Chad Wild Clay and Vy Qwaint, Spy Ninjas Live will criss-cross through scores of U.S. cities starting this fall, including Vancouver on February 19, 2023.

 

VIP packages are available, and depending on the package selected, include a pre-show meet and greet with Chad and Vy, exclusive limited edition merchandise, VIP lanyard, limited edition photo signed by Chad and Vy, and early access to merchandise stands.

 

In the live show, the Spy Ninjas have discovered the presence of a Hacker Sleeper cell across North America and must quickly reach major cities to defeat it.  They are taking over local theaters to use as their headquarters and will have access to surveillance and a team of local Ninja associates—the audience—to dismantle the cell.   Join Chad and Vy this Fall and help them beat the Hackers!

“This action-packed and family friendly live show is the first touring production based on Spy Ninjas’ hit YouTube series and is a great opportunity for fans to see their favorite YouTube stars live on stage,” says Executive Producer, Tom Greenwood Mears. “At the same time, this dynamic show will introduce many young Spy Ninjas fans to their first live show in a theatre as Spy Ninjas continue their mission to save audiences and the internet from the evil Hackers.”

 

“We are incredibly excited to visit our fans across the U.S. to deliver a one-of-a-kind entertainment experience,” added Chad Wild Clay and Vy Qwaint. “Like our YouTube videos, we’ll combine martial arts, stealth, and detective work to battle the Hackers, all with the help of our local Spy Ninjas fans.”

 

Spy Ninjas Live is expected to visit more than 30 U.S. cities beginning with its first leg this October and November, as well as another run in February and March 2023. The tour announcement comes on the heels of recent announcements from Surge Licensing–the global licensing agency for Spy Ninjas – securing Playmates Toys as the brand’s global master toy partner, and a multi-faceted publishing deal with Scholastic for the U.S. and Canada. Meanwhile, Spy Ninjas subscribers and video views continue to trend upward.  Spy Ninjas Live is produced by Right Angle Entertainment, Cut and Mustard, Premier Productions, and S2BN.

 

Spy Ninjas is available to view on YouTube and OTT platforms including Amazon Prime Video, Roku, and Xfinity On-Demand.

 

For more information, visit www.spyninjaslive.com, follow @spyninjas on Instagram; On YouTube @ Chad Wild Clay / Vy Qwaint #SpyNinjasLive

 

2022/2023 Tour Schedule

 

2022

October 27                Pittsburgh, PA                      UPMC Events Center

October 28                Detroit, MI                  Fox Theatre

October 29                Grand Rapids, MI     DeVos Performance Hall

October 30                Rosemont, IL            Rosemont Theatre

November 3              St. Louis, MO                        Stifel Theatre

November 4              Indianapolis, IN        Murat Theatre

November 5              Memphis, TN            Orpheum Theatre (2 shows)

November 6              Atlanta, GA               Fox Theatre

November 10                        Jacksonville, FL       Moran Theater

November 11                        Tampa, FL                 Straz Center for the Performing Arts

November 12                        Augusta, GA             Bell Auditorium

November 13                        Nashville, TN            Andrew Jackson Hall

November 17                        Columbus, OH          Palace Theatre

November 18                        Baltimore, MD                       The Lyric

November 19                        Philadelphia, PA       Miller Theater (2 shows)

November 20                        Brooklyn, NY             Kings Theatre (2 shows)

 

2023

February 16              Spokane, WA                       First Interstate Center for the Arts

February 17              Portland, OR             Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

February 18              Seattle, WA               Angel of the Winds Arena (2 shows)

February 19              Vancouver, BC         Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre

February 23              Los Angeles, CA      Microsoft Theater

February 24              Reno, NV                   Reno Events Center

February 25              Las Vegas, NV         The Dollar Loan Center

February 26              San Diego, CA         Pechanga Arena

March 2                      Denver, CO               Bellco Theatre

March 3                      Albuquerque, NM     Kiva Auditorium

March 4                      Phoenix, AZ              Arizona Federal Theatre

March 5                      El Paso, TX               Abraham Chavez Theatre

March 9                      Austin, TX                  H-E-B Center at Cedar Park

March 10                   Houston, TX              Smart Financial Centre

March 11                   San Antonio, TX       Tech Port Center

March 12                   Dallas, TX                  Texas Trust CU Theatre