3 events set to take place from February to April 2023
√ Special series discount offer through Dec. 1
“National Geographic Live,” National Geographic’s touring speaker series that “brings to life the awe-inspiring stories of National Geographic Explorers,” and Kleinhans Music Hall announced a lineup of events for the 2023 season. Beginning Feb. 28, and running through April 18, the series will offer audiences some of National Geographic’s “most dynamic and entertaining Explorers, live on stage.
“Each event will feature stunning imagery, gripping footage, and first-person stories from world-renowned explorers, filmmakers, photographers and adventurers.”
Spanning a range of topics, including marine biology, wild cats, caves and climbing, the series programming begins with a presentation from Brian Skerry, an underwater photographer. Skerry will illuminate new insights into the secret lives and culture of whales. The season then continues with Sandesh Kadur, a photographer and filmmaker. Kadur will highlight the diversity of wild cats in India from the tiny, grumpy-faced Pallas's cat to the elusive clouded leopard. The season rounds out with Bryan Smith, an extreme photographer. Smith's reputation for capturing the impossible has taken him to the deepest canyon in the South Pacific, across the Alaska Range by paraglider and climbing up the ice of Niagara Falls.
Tickets for the “National Geographic Live” series are on sale now. Through Dec. 1, purchase a series subscription to all three events for the price of two. Single tickets may be purchased for $33. VIP ticket options are also available and include special seating and a meet-and-greet with the speaker.
For more information, visit www.kleinhansbuffalo.org.