Are you into the Jurassic Park films or just love dinosaurs? You’ll soon be able to strap into an all-new experience with the prehistoric beings as if they were still living, breathing and, of course, roaring.

“Jurassic World Live” is a new arena entertainment experience with an original story line, stunts and life-size dinosaurs.

The show will be touring nationally starting in September with four Florida stops in January 2020.

The live-action show created by the producers of “Monster Jam” and “Disney on Ice” will transport audiences to the fictional tropical paradise of Isla Nubar, where scientists are trying to save a new dinosaur named Jeanie from a dire predicament, the Miami Herald reports.

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And with the vibe staying true to classic “Jurassic World,” you know there will be a dino with a major attitude problem who wants to wreak havoc.

The production will feature the original score from the movies and impressive dinosaurs of all kinds — and yes, that means the Tyrannosaurus Rex that made us all quiver as kids.  

The creatures will be operated by a combination of animatronics and live performers, according to a release from Feld Entertainment.

“Fans will leave with a sense of wonder, as if they’ve boarded the boat to Isla Nublar and literally stepped into Jurassic World,” Juliette Feld Grossman, chief operating officer of Feld Entertainment, said in a press release.

Tickets start at $15 and are on sale now.

If you go:

▪ Tampa (Amalie Arena): Jan. 3-5, 2020
▪ Miami (AmericanAirlines Arena): Jan. 9-12, 2020
▪ Orlando (Amway Center): Jan. 17-20, 2020
▪ Sunrise (BB&T Center): Jan. 23-26, 2020

Laura Jazmin Tolliver is a digital reporter for GateHouse Media Group’s Florida team, based in West Palm Beach, Fla. Jaz’s stories, which run across digital, print and video platforms, are syndicated across the 22 Florida newspaper markets.