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Barney Live! - The Let's Go Tour is a stage show that was produced by AEG Live, along with HIT Entertainment. It first opened at the Mobile Civic Center in Mobile, Alabama on January 21, 2006 and originally ran up until Early 2007 in North America. It is Barney's sixth live show and his fourth national stage show tour (after Barney's Big Surprise, Barney's Musical Castle, and Barney's Colorful World!). The show would later tour in the United Kingdom in honor of Barney's 20th Anniversary in January 2008 - November of that year. It also performed in Ireland in 2009, Abu Dhabi, Asia in 2012 and in Muscat, Oman in 2013.


While eager to share Baby Bop's and BJ's toys with the audience, they're broken, leaving them with nothing to play with. Barney takes Baby Bop and BJ (and the audience) on a magical musical adventure where their toys can be repaired. With the help of the Imagination Machine, which is fueled by children's imaginations, they meet dancing teddy bears, out-of-this-world robots, a blue jay who plays the blues, life-sized musical instruments, and larger-than-life toys. They even get a big surprise... a new dino friend!


NOTE: The cast listed here preformed in the majority of the original North American tour and some parts of Europe. The only cast members that remain the same in every performance are the voice actors, as the voices are simply pre-recorded.


Act 1

  1. Barney Theme Song
  2. The Clapping Song
  3. Laugh With Me!
  4. Broken Toys
  5. The Toy Factory
  6. Me and My Teddy

    Promotional Poster

  7. Cookin' with Nursery Rhymes Medley: Polly Put the Kettle On, Little Jack Horner, The Muffin Man and Pat-a-Cake
  8. Boom, Boom, Ain't It Great to Be Crazy?
  9. Here Comes the Fire Engine
  10. The Caboose Rides in the Back
  11. Squishy, Squashy, Washy
  12. The Rocket Song
  13. We Are Little Robots
  14. A Rock N Roll Star

Act 2

  1. Down on Grandpa's Farm
  2. Nursery Rhyme Animal Medley: Itsy Bitsy Spider, Mary Had a Little Lamb and Hey Diddle Diddle
  3. If All the Raindrops
  4. The Wheels on the Bus (Spring 2006)
  5. I Hear Music Everywhere (Fall 2006)
  6. Mr. Knickerbocker
  7. When I'm Old Enough to Join the Band
  8. You Can Make Music With Anything (some of the shows in Fall 2006)
  9. Blue Jay Blues
  10. How Does This Thing Work? *
  11. If You Imagine
  12. I Love You
  • Riff's Appearance


Tour Dates

(Tour dates are incomplete and a work in progress)


City Venue Dates
MOBILE, AL Civic Center Jan. 21
ROSEMONT, IL Rosemont Theatre Mar. 16-19
NEW YORK, NY Radio City Music Hall Mar. 24[3]
PITTSBURGH, PA Benedum Center Apr. 14-16[4]
MINNEAPOLIS, MN Target Center Apr. 20-21[5]
HUNTINGTON, WV Big Sandy Superstore Arena Sept. 6-7
NORFOLK, VA Scope Arena Sept. 8-10
SYRACUSE, NY War Memorial @ OnCenter Sept. 14-15
ALBANY, NY Pepsi Arena Sept. 16-17
HAMILTON, ON Copps Coliseum Sept. 21-22
OTTAWA, ON Scotiabank Place Sept. 23-24
DAYTON, OH Nutter Center Sept. 26-27
SOUTH BEND, IN Morris Performing Arts Sept. 28
ROCKFORD, IL MetroCentre Sept. 29-30
EVANSVILLE, IN The Center @ Roberts Oct. 3-4
GREENSBORO, NC Greensboro Coliseum Complex Oct. 6-7
CHARLOTTE, NC Charlotte Bobcat Arena Oct. 8
COLUMBUS, GA Columbus Civic Center Oct. 10-11
CORINTH, MS Crossroads Arena Oct. 13[6]
LITTLE ROCK, AR Alltel Arena Oct. 14-15
LINCOLN, NE Pershing Center Oct. 19-20[7]
LOVELAND, CO Budweiser Events Center Oct. 21-22
SALT LAKE CITY, UT The E Center / Ford Theater Oct. 24-25
PHOENIX, AZ Dodge Theatre Oct. 28-29
LOG ANGELES, CA Kodak Theatre Nov. 2-5
SAN FRANCISCO, CA Nob Hill Masonic Center Nov. 7-8
SEATTLE, WA WaMu Theater Nov. 9[8]
FRESNO, CA Selland Arena Nov. 10-12
ANAHEIM, CA Anaheim Convention Center Nov. 12[9]
STOCKTON, CA Stockton Arena[10] Nov. 14
RENO, NV Reno Events Center Nov. 15-16
SAN DIEGO, CA IpayOne Center @ Sports Nov. 17-19
STOCKTON, CA Stockton Memorial Civic Nov. 21-22
SPOKANE, WA INB Performing Arts Center Nov. 24-26
BOISE, ID Idaho Center Nov. 27-28
GREAT FALLS, MT Four Seasons Arena Nov. 30 - Dec. 1
CASPER, WY Casper Events Center Dec. 3
KENNEWICK, WA Toyota Arena Dec. 5-7
SEATTLE, WA Qwest Theatre Dec. 8-10[11]


  • This live show marked:
    • The first live appearance of Riff. Initially, he only appeared in the second act, but soon became apart of the whole show, appearing in both acts.
    • The final live show written by Stephen White.
  • Instead of kids, there were two adults in this live show by the names of Chris and Jean who are known as "helpers" of the toy factory.
  • The show was originally titled Barney's Tee-riffic Toy Factory, but due to the "Let's Go" videos selling well, the name was changed to "Let's Go to The Toy Factory" by request of marketing executives before finally becoming "The Let's Go Tour". [12]
  • This show title was changed to "Barney: Let's Go Live on Stage" in the Middle Eastern and the United Kingdom version of the tour.
  • A guide named Sam replaces Chris and Jean as guides in the Middle Eastern and UK version of the tour.
  • The vocals of "Mr. Knickerbocker" and "If All the Raindrops" would later be recycled in Barney Live in Concert - Birthday Bash!.
  • This live show was originally going to be released on home video, but it was canceled for monetary reasons.
  • The airplane from Barney's Colorful World! also appeared in this show.
  • During the show's run in 2006, it grossed $3.3 million and sold 112,000 tickets for 60 shows, according to Boxscore.[13]