8 June, 2016Print
The Rock and Roll Playhouse Announces New Season of "Rock & Roll For Kids" at Brooklyn Bowl & The Capitol Theatre
The Rock and Roll Playhouse has announced its new season of "Rock & Roll For Kids" (schedule below), a children's-music-workshop series Saturdays at The Capitol Theatre and Sundays at Brooklyn Bowl. The series will include the Music of The Grateful Dead, The Beatles & The Police.
"Rock & Roll For Kids" is designed to keep children moving, playing, and singing while simultaneously listening to classic tunes and teaching developmental milestones. Adults will love the cool selection of genres and popular-music hits, and all are encouraged to fully participate. Each workshop is 60 minutes long and is specifically designed for children ten and younger, but all family members are welcome to this family show. Shows at Brooklyn Bowl begin promptly at noon each Sunday and admission is $10. Shows at The Capitol Theatre begin promptly at 3PM on designated Saturdays and admission is $20.
Rock and Roll Playhouse also now offers rockin’ kids’ birthday parties at Brooklyn Bowl! Designed for kids 10- and-under, the new Rock and Roll Playhouse Birthday Party Package includes admission to the Rock and Roll Playhouse Music Workshop — where children will explore live music, movement, and collaborative creativity — pre-ordered food from the Brooklyn Bowl Kids Coaster Menu, one cupcake for every child, and “Happy Birthday” sung to your child during the show. Enjoy great food and music with the whole family. For more information about birthday parties at Brooklyn Bowl, visit here: http://ticketf.ly/1YevUr7
June 11 (Capitol Theatre): A Tribute to David Bowie for Kids featuring Mike Messer from the Dirty Sock Funtime Band and Phil Cimino with face painting by Jazzana. Tickets
June 12 (Brooklyn Bowl): The Music of the Police for Kids featuring Patchen and Roberts and special guests Blue Lighting from Rock Bands for Kids. Tickets
June 18 (Capitol Theatre): Reggae for Kids featuring Jeremy Wilms, Ricky Quinones, Dylan Fusillo, and Dylan Shamat from Fela! On Broadway. Dad's get in free! Tickets
June 19 (Brooklyn Bowl): Reggae for Kids featuring Jeremy Wilms, Ricky Quinones, Dylan Fusillo, and Dylan Shamat from Fela! On Broadway. Dad's get in free! Tickets
June 26 (Brooklyn Bowl): Punk for Kids featuring Collin Couvillion. Tickets
July 10 (Brooklyn Bowl): The Music of the Beatles for Kids featuring Mike Messer from The Dirty Sock Funtime Band and Ryan Ball. Tickets
July 16 (Capitol Theatre): The Road to LOCKN’ – Just for Kids featuring The Mighty Fergusons and a special chance to win a pair of LOCKN’ tickets. The Mighty Fergusons will play all the favorites by bands performing LOCKN’, this summer. Tickets
July 17 (Brooklyn Bowl): The Road to Lockn’ – Just for KIDS featuring The Mighty Fergusons and a special chance to win a pair of Lockn’ tickets. The Mighty Fergusons will play all the favorites by bands performing Lockn’, this summer. Tickets
July 24 (Brooklyn Bowl): Curious Kids- The Music of Jack Johnson featuring Ramblin’ Dan and The Freewheelin’ Band. Tickets
July 30 (Capitol Theatre): The Music of The Beatles for Kids featuring Cousin Earth Tickets
July 31 (Brooklyn Bowl): The Music of Rolling Stones for Kids featuring Seth Ginsberg. Tickets
August 7 (Brooklyn Bowl): Kids Gone PHISHING featuring Uncle Ebenezer. Tickets
August 14 (Brooklyn Bowl): The Music of U2 for Kids featuring Collin Couvillion. Tickets
August 28 (Brooklyn Bowl): Disco for Kids. Tickets
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About Brooklyn Bowl:
Brooklyn Bowl is the ultimate night out, with its groundbreaking integration of premiere music, 16 lanes of bowling, a bar featuring locally crafted beers, and food by the acclaimed Blue Ribbon restaurant group. Located in the beautiful, 19th-century Hecla Iron Works building, the venue -- aka "rock and roll heaven" (Village Voice) -- boasts a sound system and amenities that "no other local rock club can offer" (The New York Times).
Wearing its homegrown values on its sleeve, Brooklyn Bowl is as committed to locally made products -- serving award-winning beer from the adjacent Brooklyn Brewery -- as it is to environmental sustainability -- it's the first L.E.E.D.-certified bowling alley in the world. And the food? "Epic," says Eater. In other words, Brooklyn Bowl's unprecedented combination of top-flight music, bowling, beer and food is "like nailing a spare on a four-ten split" (The New Yorker).
About The Capitol Theatre:
Designed by celebrated architect Thomas Lamb in 1926 and listed in The National Register of Historic Places, the theatre is located approximately 30 miles from NYC, conveniently accessible by I-95 and only one block from the Port Chester Metro North train station. In its distinguished history, the 1,835-capacity theatre has hosted concerts by the Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, Derek and the Dominos, Janis Joplin, the Grateful Dead, David Bowie, Santana, Black Sabbath, Iggy Pop, and many more. Following a transformative renovation under the guidance of music entrepreneur Peter Shapiro (Brooklyn Bowl, Wetlands, Relix, U2 3D), the theatre reopened as a rock palace on Sep 4, 2012, with a performance by Bob Dylan and has since hosted everyone from Al Green and My Morning Jacket to Sleigh Bells and Morrissey. The New York Times raved, "a rock theater that looks and sounds as good as the Capitol is something to celebrate," while Billboard agreed that "the lavishly decorated theater -- filled with mirrors, chandeliers and painstakingly restored detail -- looks absolutely stunning, and sounds even better."
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