Make your stay in San Francisco more worthwhile by watching theatre’s longest-running musical revenue in history.

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Whether you’re a Snow White fan or not, Beach Blanket Babylon’s version of this Disney princess searching for her Prince Charming all over the globe will surely make your stomach ache from laughing.

If you want to see Snow White’s story being continuously made more alive with the mock guest appearances of stars like Michael Jackson, Lady Gaga, Madonna and President Barack Obama, then the $25 to $130 tickets sold at Club Fugazi is worth your travel cash.

Learn more about the Beach Blanket Babylon in this excerpt review written on travel-focused website, called Frommer’s:

The show is a comedic musical send-up that is best known for outrageous costumes and oversize headdresses. It's been playing for over 30 years, and almost every performance sells out. The show is updated often enough that locals still attend. Those 20 and under are welcome at both Sunday matinees (2 and 5pm), when no alcohol is served; photo ID is required for evening performances. Write for weekend tickets at least 3 weeks in advance, or get them through their website or by calling their box office.
 

Catch the rest of the review here, and see if you want to get a good laugh in San Francisco at a night out in Beach Blanket Babylon.
 

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