The young and young at heart can sing along with Bobs and LoLo when they share an intimate performance with fans in Vernon next Saturday at Paddlewheel Hall.
The Vancouver-based duo has a well-established fan base with the preschool set given their regular appearances on the national television network, Treehouse TV, and families are sure to be lining up to meet them in person.
Robyn Hardy (Bobs) and Lorraine Pond (LoLo) say they look forward to sharing their live show with families in Vernon and guarantee that the “kiddie mosh will be rockin’!”
“We’re super excited to return to Vernon! We’ve had such a great year with the release of our fourth album (Connecting the Dots),” sad Bobs. “We’ve done a ton of live touring out of province in recent months, and we’re really looking forward to sharing in some musical adventures a little closer to home.”
“We’ve always had a great response from families in the Okanagan, and we don’t get to perform in the region nearly as often as we’d like,” added LoLo. “ Our visit to Vernon is even more celebratory now with the recent news that our newest album has been nominated for a 2012 Juno Award!”
Bobs and LoLo use music, movement and make-believe to share stories and experiences that both entertain and educate, while ultimately teaching children to care about themselves, their neighbours and the planet.
Their songs celebrate the values of healthy-living and aim to inspire young audiences with an awareness and appreciation for the world around them.
Bobs and LoLo are performing at Paddlewheel Hall (in Okanagan Landing) on March 24 at 3 p.m. (Doors open at 2:30 p.m.) Tickets are $12 each, and are available at Vernon Teach and Learn and Chicken Little. For additional information, visit bobsandlolo.com.