The awesome Imagination Movers are coming to the Columbia Theater in Hammond on Wednesday, November 13 for two special school performances at 10 am and 12:30 pm! The shows are open to school classes, homeschool groups, daycares, and also the general public in groups of 10 or more. Tickets for this event are being sold directly through the Imagination Movers (not through the Columbia Box Office). Space is limited --contact email@example.com or call (504) 453-0003 for tickets. Cost is $8/person.
At this time, there are some tickets left for the 10 am performance, and many available for the 12:30 performance. Many educational groups will be attending. If your child is not in school yet, you can grab some friends and get a group together - the public is welcome in groups of 10 or more. Each show will last one hour - the perfect amount of time for the young ones. It will be an energetic rock concert full of great tunes and great educational fun.
New Orleans natives Rich, Scott, Dave and Smitty are the Emmy-winning stars of the Disney Channel series 'Imagination Movers.' With their mix of music and humor, they inspire kids to “Reach High, Think Big, Work Hard, Have Fun!”
The group's 'Think Big' concert tour is geared toward school groups and allows the concert ticket prices to be low at only $8/each. Imagination Movers songs have been called “music for the body and brain” since they encourage physical activity and creativity. The song list for this show will inspire kids to think big, eat right, make healthy lifestyle choices and become well-rounded students.
The show will be 'an interactive rock concert that mixes the physical activity of a PE class with lessons in higher-level thinking, social skills and teamwork. This fun, safe experience features several science demonstrations and takes into account state educational standards while providing teachers with many opportunities for post-concert classroom applications.'
If you don't know the story of the Imagination Movers, check it out! This is a great group of guys from New Orleans who provide excellent entertainment for their fans and have great love for their hometown of New Orleans.
From the Group's Bio:
In 2003, four New Orleans friends – Rich Collins, Scott Durbin, Dave Poche and Scott “Smitty” Smith – started gathering after their kids’ bedtimes to write songs and brainstorm ideas about a children’s television show. Two years later, they had become the latest sensation of their musical city, attracting parents and children alike with an eclectic pop sensibility and lyrical turns about healthy snacks and playing catch and conquering childhood fears of bedtime. Lines to the Movers’ shows stretched down blocks.
When the levees broke after Hurricane Katrina, the far-reaching disaster turned the Movers’ world upside down, but it didn’t put an end to their dream. Even while band members salvaged their belongings from flooded homes – and Smith reported to his day job as a fire fighter and first responder – they never stopped living according to the Movers’ motto: “Reach high, think big, work hard, have fun!”
This motto has served the band well. Not even the Imagination Movers could have fully imagined the band’s current breakthrough success. The Movers have filmed three seasons of their hit music-and-comedy series for Disney Junior and they have sold roughly 250,000 CDs and DVDs to date. Read More...
Have questions about the show? Contact Jessi at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (504) 453-0003.
More information on this event is available at the Imagination Movers website.