There are a few things in life that you can use to instantly bond with me. Disney (duh) and Pitch Perfect are two of them. When these things combined and basically made a baby, I knew I was down for this show. Last night we experienced Disney’s DCappella- here’s what you need to know from my Disney’s DCappella review to get DCappella’s music in your life!
My Disney’s DCappella review is in partnership with Disney’s DCappella. I was given tickets to the Washington, DC show in exchange for a review- but the dorky Disney music loving confessions are all my own.
I’m currently listening to Disney’s DCappella sing to me – because, of course, the album was a MUST download after last night!
I’m a little obsessed with Disney, in case you guys haven’t noticed. And my runDisney playlist is essentially Disney movie music, so this concert was a no-brainer to attend.
And I’m thrilled to report that it was so much fun- more fun than I expected. We had an awesome girls night out and I adored watching the teens and my youngest rock out to their favorite songs.
However… one small note. I hate to be that guy, but… I gotta say it.
Early in the show, there’s a glaringly inaccurate line that hurts my Disney heart every time I hear it or read it online.
You guys want to guess which one it is?
DisneyLAND is the happiest place on earth.
Disney World is the most magical place on earth.
I know it’s crazy, but I also know I’m not the only Disney crazed fan out there that notices (and grimaces and even groans a little… and might have shouted a bit when they heard it… #sorrynotsorry)
So, Antonio- I think it’s your line. If you see this, um, I love you… but… it’s Disneyland, my friend!
But once I got past that, I was totally sucked into the show.
Here’s what you need to know about Disney’s DCappella 2019 Tour.
About Disney’s DCappella
This is a group put together consisting of 7 singers/performers, each with a different unique voice and talent. They perform only with music they make themselves, which is crazy impressive.
You might recognize a couple of them: Shelley Regner, Ashley from Pitch Perfect is in the cast!
So is Antonio Fernandez, the vocal captain from American Music Machine who plays in the Disney Parks. You’ve probably enjoyed his beats in Epcot.
And DC hometown favorite Orlando Dixon, a finalist from The Voice. His fans were wild for him last night.
But you’ll want to get to know them all because they were fabulous!
Joe Santoni, Morgan Keene, RJ Woessner, and Sojourner Brown (um- she’s my favorite!) round out the talented performers.
The whole group was put together after a nationwide search by Deke Sharon the group?s co-creator, music director, arranger, and album producer.
Disney’s DCappella Review
Short but sweet: if you love Disney music, you will be totally entertained by these performers. And this is completely family-friendly, so be sure to take the kiddos with you!
So get your tickets and sing along. Softly… but yeah, we were all singing in the audience.
What worked: every single song. Seriously.
And we had a fabulous opening act, the a cappella group Ember from Baltimore. They killed their 3 song set and set us up for an amazing 2 hours of aca-awesomeness. Thanks, guys!
DCappella has a great variety of songs from all your favorite Disney movies and I think there’s a little something for everyone.
The teen girls absolutely LOVED that a Hercules song was included, and my youngest was on her feet for Immortals from Big Hero 6. Which, btw, they totally rocked the heck out of last night!
The biggest surprise for me was the rendition of The Big Bad Wolf from the Three Little Pigs Silly Symphony.
It was so well done and so charming- and I love that there was some throwback to old school Disney included in the performances.
That being said, not every note was perfect. But I think that’s live music, right? So no major complaints from this Disney music lover- except I might could use another hour of it all.
Even at 2 hours, I could always use more Disney music in my world!
Disney’s DCappella 2019 Tour Dates
Are you ready to go and get your groove on?
You still have some dates to catch the DCappella 2019 tour. And I definitely recommend it for you Disney freaks out there (said with love, of course, because I am you!)
Get your DCappella Tickets HERE.
Wed, FEB 20
Fri, FEB 22
Sat, FEB 23
Theatre at Westbury
Westbury, New York
Sun, FEB 24
Emerson Colonial Theatre
Sun, FEB 24
Emerson Colonial Theatre
Tue, FEB 26
Centre in the Square
Wed, FEB 27
Connor Palace Theatre
Fri, MAR 01
Sat, MAR 02
Clowes Memorial Hall
Sun, MAR 03
Tue, MAR 05
Wed, MAR 06
Thu, MAR 07
Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland
Kansas City, MO
Fri, MAR 08
Saint Louis, MO
Sun, MAR 10
Paramount Theatre ? Denver
Tue, MAR 12
Wed, MAR 13
Fred Kavli Theatre
Thousand Oaks, CA
Fri, MAR 15
Fox Performing Arts Center
Sat, MAR 16
The Smith Center for the Performing Arts ? Symphony Park
Las Vegas, NV
Sun, MAR 17
Patty Holliday is a parent movie reviewer, writer, and podcaster living in the Washington, DC area. Her goal is to bridge the gap between casual fandom and picky critic with parent movie and television reviews. As a lifelong fangirl and pop culture connoisseur, she’s been creating online since 2009. You can find her work at No-Guilt Disney.com, No-Guilt Fangirl.com, No-Guilt Life, and as host of the top-rated No-Guilt Disney Podcast.