Parents, if you have some little ones who love a certain blue and orange beanie cap-wearing YouTube star, you might want to check this out.

Blippi has over a billion views on YouTube and also has programming on Amazon Video and Hulu, he's immediately recognizable with his trademark blue and orange beanie cap, blue shirt, orange suspenders, and a bow tie, and little kids love him!

And now you have a chance to see Blippi live in Duluth when 'Blippi The Musical' comes to the DECC Symphony Hall on March 15th. Tickets for the show are on sale now and range from $29 - $69.

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There is also a meet and greet opportunity after the show for an additional $50 for each person. Keep in mind that the Blippi on this tour is NOT the same Blippi featured in the videos, in a statement on the website, the producers say, "Stevin John is the creator of Blippi and acts as the writer and creative force behind the Blippi character. Now that Blippi has evolved as a character he is excited that a dynamic stage performer has been cast as Blippi to entertain and thrill audiences across all of the tour markets."

'Blippi the Musical' features many of the songs featured in some of his most popular YouTube videos, including Do The Blippi, Transportation Song, the Toothbrush Song, among many other kid favorites.

Looking at these clips from the show, the guy they got to play Blippi looks very close to the real thing and sounds like him too, so hopefully, the kids won't notice that it's not the real deal.

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