1119 Eighth Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101 Downstairs at Town Hall; enter on Seneca Street. Free- $5.

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Saturday
Feb
21
2015
Saturday, February 21, 2015 from 11-11:45am
11-11:45am
Brooklyn-based duo The Pop Ups offers a fresh approach to children's music, with light electronic beats and other background elements -- the result is some highly-catchy music that the whole family can sing along to. Whether they're singing about robots, creating art, or what we wear ("clothes, I suppose, are just the way that we dress"), The Pop Ups' third album is destined to become a classic. Young or old, you'll celebrate the power of creativity with Jason Rabinowitz and Jacob Stein -- and maybe learn some of their infectious dance moves in the process. Presented by: Town Hall as part of the Saturday Family Concerts series, curated by Brian Faker and Susie Tennant. Series supported by US Bancorp Foundation, Lucky Seven Foundation, and Fales Foundation Trust. Series media sponsorship provided by ParentMap. Tickets: Free for children; $5 for adults. Doors open: 10:30 a.m. Learn more: About The Pop Ups. READ MORE: http://www.townhallseattle.org/saturday-family-concerts-the-pop-ups/
Saturday
Nov
15
2014
Saturday, November 15, 2014 from 11-11:45am
11-11:45am
Husband/wife duo Greg Attonito (The Bouncing Souls) and Shanti Wintergate are the heart of the kindie music group Play Date. The goal of their music is to inspire children to use their imaginations -- and their dance moves -- to explore the world around them. Play Date's aptly-named album Imagination won Creative Child's 2014 Seal of Excellence Award. Called a "breath of fresh air" (swingwhistlezing.com), they'll be bringing their guitars and infectious energy with popular songs "Dance Like a Monster," "Anyone Can Sing," and more! Presented by: Presented by Town Hall as part of the Saturday Family Concerts series, curated by Brian Faker and Susie Tennant. Series supported by US Bancorp Foundation, Lucky Seven Foundation, and Fales Foundation Trust. Series media sponsorship provided by ParentMap. Tickets: Free for children, $5 for adults. Doors open: 10:30 am Learn more: About Play Date. READ MORE: http://www.townhallseattle.org/saturday-family-concerts-play-date/
Saturday
Oct
18
2014
Saturday, October 18, 2014 from 11-11:45am
11-11:45am
This Seattle "Kindie Rock" quintet might just rock your socks off. The Not-Its!' latest album Raise Your Hand brings together guitar, bass, drums -- and the 1980s -- to teach kids about cat videos, haircuts, bugs, and even love. Their jam-packed performances are truly a "rockin' good time." Sarah Shannon (former Velocity Girl singer) joins Danny Adamson's rhythm guitar, Tom Baisen's lead guitar, Michael Welke (former drummer of Harvey Danger), and bass player Jennie Helman for this can't-miss concert. The Not-Its will have your young ones -- and you -- dancing and singing along, satisfying the "indie-itch" of some Puget Sound parents. Presented by: Town Hall as part of the Saturday Family Concerts series, curated by Brian Faker and Susie Tennant. Series supported by US Bancorp Foundation, Lucky Seven Foundation, and Fales Foundation Trust. Series media sponsorship provided by ParentMap. Tickets: Free for children, $5 for adults. Doors open: 10:30 a.m. Learn more: About the band. READ MORE: http://www.townhallseattle.org/saturday-family-concerts-the-not-its-5/