Big Bang Boom Kids Show Playing At Roanoke Island Festival Park
The 2017 Children’s Performance Series at Roanoke Island Festival Park kicks off with Big Bang Boom Children’s Concert this month in Manteo.
Big Bang Boom is a three-piece power pop band of dynamic dads specialize in parent-friendly children’s music. They write songs with a pop sensibility by cleverly mixing alternative, hip-hop, pop, country, and other genres to create music that parents and children can relate to and enjoy!
Established in 2007 out of Greensboro, Big Bang Boom consists of talented artists and long-time musicians Chuck Folds, Steve Willard, and Eddie Walker. But this musical trio doesn’t play just any ole’ average music. These dads play parent-friendly, educational children’s music.
After 20 years of touring the grown-up stages, they decided to expand their horizons and play for parents (like themselves) who want more from children’s music.
They write songs with a pop sensibility by cleverly mixing alternative, hip-hop, rock, country, and other genres to create music that both adults and children can enjoy, because Big Bang Boom songs are both fun and educational.
Big Bang Boom will be live in concert on June 28, 29, and 30 at 10:30am in the Indoor Theatre and an additional evening show on Thursday, June 29 at 6pm.
Tickets are $5 for ages 3 and up, or free for ages 2 and younger, and they may be purchased in advance at the Ticket Sales desk at the park or on the day of the event. New this year, a 20% discount on pre-sale tickets is available for any children’s show. Pre-sale tickets for this show must be purchased by June 27.
Children’s shows sponsored, in part, by Towne Bank, Friends of Elizabeth II and the William and JoAnn Small Family Fund at the Outer Banks Community Foundation.
Click here to see the full schedule children’s shows coming to Roanoke Island Festival Park this summer, playing weekly through August 11.
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