FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
HIP TOT MUSIC FEST IS SERVING UP SOME GREAT TUNES!
Join us for November’s Concert with Rolie Polie Guacamole
HIP TOT MUSIC FEST’s fall concert on Sunday, November 10th, will fill Shapeshifter Lab with the sound of good eats. Park Slope faves, Rolie Polie Guacamole, will be serving up some great tunes with their signature songs about delicious eats. Melanie Hope Greenberg will whet your appetite with her classic NY story, “Supermarket”. There will be FREE crafts and face painting from KidVentrues NYC and get plenty of swag from Brooklyn’s own car sharing company Carpingo.
Rolie Polie Guacamole has toured across the east coast, west coast, and midwest with top picks by Boston.com, Time Out Kids NY, and Time Out Kids Chicago. Their high energy, interactive shows are a mix of funk, rock, and folk music mashed into original tunes about natural living, eating healthy and staying active. The band’s album “Houses of the Moly”, won a Parent’s Choice Award and a NAPPA Honor’s Award.
Hip Tot Music Fest Featuring Rolie Polie Guacamole
Sunday, November 10th @ 11am
Shapeshifter Lab, 18 Whitwell Place, Park Slope, Brooklyn 11215
$10 in advance – $15 at the door – $200 season tickets – non-walkers FREE
About Hip Tot Music Fest
Hip Tot Music Fest is a monthly indoor music festival that takes place during the fall and winter. The shows producers, Gabby and Adam, have created an incredible community for families with live music, story time, craft activities, and giveaways. Shapeshifter Lab’s spacious venue is designed for the stroller crowd with an entrance ramp making it simple to get in and out. They sell delicious paninis and juice boxes for the kids and they have beer and wine for the big people.
Hip Tot Music Fest is the perfect venue for a child’s birthday party. Your group will have a VIP section with pizza, juice boxes, your own craft activity or face painter and, of course, you get to hang with the band!
Not sure what band to see? How about getting a season family pass for six concerts, (good for 1-4 people). It’s just $200 and it is completely transferable if you can’t make a show.
“I was thrilled to experience such a strong community event that is focused on music, creativity, and staying hip.” – Mama Goes Natural