Motown The Musical on Broadway


If you can’t choose among all the multiples shows in Broadway, let me recommend Motown The Musical.

I just love it so much, that I feel the need to share my experience with you. It is a really nice travel tip to see a show in Broadway.

Motown The Musical. What can you expect?

A show telling the story about Motown Records.

Created in Detroit (Michigan) by Berry Gord, Motown made history in music business with some artists like: The Jackson’s 5, Michael Jackson (of course), Diana Ross & The Supremes, The Four Tops, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, The Temptations… and many more.


Motown is an institution in music that goes from Funk to Soul Music.

I started to hear those albums when I was really young, you know, because my mom and dad. And when I saw the show, I wasn’t disappointed at all.

What I love the most was the whole show.

There’s a LIVE ORCHESTRA and the artist performances are amazing, their voice WOW! All the music, deco, and clothes from back then, makes you believe you are back in MOTOWN.


I always dreamed to be there in the 70’s, when the Jackson’s performed their biggest hits live… Well I can tell in the show I was there 🙂

If you are into Motown, don’t hesitate and go see the show.


Where can you see the show?

You can see Motown The Musical in the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre at 205 W 46th ST. (between 8th Ave. & Broadway), New York, NY 10036

Check at their website:


Booking tickets:

You can go to TKTS in New York, and try to get your tickets half price. (Check my article for TKTS).

Or if you want tickets for a specific day, you can buy them here.


Videos of Motown The Musical

Official video from Motown’s musical

The Jackson’s 5

Three girls winning VIP passes for Motown’s musical

There’s more videos from the musical here.


More pictures from the show

(You can’t take pictures, but I couldn’t stop it)







I love it!

– I was back in time thanks to the atmosphere of the show.

– The level of each artist is awesome.


– Watch the “Jackson’s 5” performing is MAGIC!

The only thing I didn’t like, was the ticket prices. It goes around $150 and $200. But it worth every single penny.


My fist trip to New York was in 2007 when I was working for an airline company. I was born in the US, I lived in Mexico, in Europe in between Belgium, Spain and France… Well, let’s say I know about travelling! I bring my experience of NYC to the blog, to provide the best travel tips you could imagine!

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