The Paw Patrol Summer Road Show is coming to UK shopping centres from July

Published on: 3rd July 2019

The Paw Patrol Roadshow kicks off on the 29th July at intu Watford. 

The popular characters from Nickelodeon’s hit TV series will be touring over the summer and into the autumn all around the UK, thrilling fans and supporting retailers of the toys. Paw Patrol, produced by Spin Master Entertainment, continues to be one of Nick Junior’s top-rated pre-school series.

Events held during July and August take place at intu shopping centres, where youngsters can have a boogie and get their photos taken with their favourite pups. Venues and dates include:

  • intu Watford – 29th July
  • intu Lakeside – 1st August
  • intu Potteries, Stoke – 8th August
  • intu Metrocentre Gateshead– 9th August
  • intu Braehead, Glasgow – 10th August
  • intu Eldon Square Newcastle – 11th August
  • intu Merry Hill Birmingham– 27th August
  • intu Derby – 28th August
  • intu Victoria Centre Nottingham– 29th August

Each of the venues will be supported by a communications campaign targeting both traditional and social media outlets to help promote the events. The tour should also help encourage interest and entries for the Paw Patrol Little Heroes Awards which is running for the second time. Readers can enter the awards before the closing date of 31st August. The Awards will take place in London this October with a ceremony for the overall winners and their families to enjoy. Visitors to each of the Paw Roadshow venues will be able to find details of the awards through the displayed QR Code at each of the events.

Speaking about the awards, Spin Master UK’s marketing manager Charlotte Yates said: “We are very excited about running the second Paw Patrol Little Heroes events. We hope that through our roadshows, not only will we be entertaining the hundreds of thousands of PAW fans out there, but we’ll also have the chance to discover more of the UK’s most deserving young heroes to encourage them to enter our awards.”

For more information about the awards visit


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