Ronald McDonald Shows

The Ronald McDonald® Show

Book your FUN & FREE educational show with Ronald McDonald®! Courtesy of your local McDonald’s.

McDonald’s Family Restaurants of Greater Washington, D.C. is committed to supporting local communities with programs such as the Ronald McDonald® Show. These entertaining shows are designed to build self-esteem and show children the importance of reading, giving back to the community and getting active. Whether he is sending a positive message at an interactive show or delighting children with jokes and magic tricks at a meet and greet, Ronald is always a fun guest!

Book Ronald for appearances at community events, schools, libraries, summer camps and more. See which Ronald McDonald® Show is right for you:

  • Go Active with Ronald McDonald® is a fun and active show for both the body and mind. The show is great to use in schools for Kindergarten through 6th grade audiences and runs approximately 40 minutes.

  • It’s Book Time with Ronald McDonald!® is an entertaining show designed to help students learn the fun and importance of books and reading. The show runs for 40 minutes.

  • Giving Back with Ronald McDonald® is all about how anyone, no matter their age, can help others using their time, talent and gifts. It includes great magic, music and a puppet routine! The show runs for 35 minutes and is especially great for elementary age children.

  • Everyday Leader with Ronald McDonald® In this new interactive show, Ronald McDonald shows how a person’s actions can make them a leader and inspire others. Anyone can be an Everyday Leader! The show runs for approximately 40 minutes.

  • A Meet and Greet with Ronald McDonald® is an opportunity for Ronald to be at your event to shake hands and participate in scheduled activities. Ronald performs an array of jokes and magic tricks and is always available for a photo opportunity with the kids.

Ronald’s schedule fills up fast. Schedule a FREE & FUN show today! Please book at least 3 weeks in advance, and provide as much detail as possible about your group and Ronald’s role.