Disclosure: We received tickets to the The Harlem Globetrotters event in exchange for our honest review. All opinions are my own.
A few weekends ago we had the opportunity to experience the Harlem Globetrotters here in Colorado. Last year we also had this experience with the kids but now that they are getting older it was a lot more fun for them both. We had fantastic seats - 3 rows up and they were super excited to see the trotters do their work on the court.
Globie is always a hit with the kids and once again he brought his best performance. He is fun, entertaining and so energetic. It is the perfect way to get the kids ready for the game.
Did you know this is the 90th year for the Globetrotters? Crazy right? Hello history!! To honor this huge anniversary the players put on some shorty shorts to go back into time. While the kids didn't really pick up on the humor of the short shorts it was really funny to see this throwback on the court. Nice legs!! ha!
BOOM!! This is the best part, not only can these athletes play the game but the tricks always have the audience in complete awe. It is always great to hear the crowd react to every move.
Happy kids!! What was great about this year was that both of them really paid attention to the story throughout the game. Jude was booing the other coach for cheating and Teagan was cheering on the Globetrotters and counting down the clock. Pretty fun experience for them this year.
After the game there is an opportunity to get some autographs from the players. The kids loved this! Jude was even lucky enough to get a selfie with Cheese! One happy kiddo!! We filled up our Harlem Globetrotter basketball with great autographs!
Now it is your turn to celebrate with the Globetrotters! Check out when they are coming to your city and make sure you take the time to celebrate the 90th year with them and your family. You will have a great time and so many great memories will be made. Jude and Teagan are 5 and 3 I have to say that it was a great show for them. It was a bit of a late night but we survived.
Have you and your family gone to a Harlem Globetrotters game?