The Sippy Cups: A Rock & Roll Extravaganza for Families
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The last date listed for The Sippy Cups, Live in Concert was Sunday June 1, 2008 / 4:00pm.
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The Sippy Cups return to the national stage with a musically fresh, theatrically ambitious whirlwind of a show for kids and families. The addition of a pair of show-stopping acrobats and a star aerialist to the beloved cast of juggling unicyclists, oversized puppets, sensitive super-heroes and other comedic characters pumps up the volume on the interactive stage show. A new repertoire expands the unique combination of recast cult classics and winning pop-rock originals that originally garnered the band it’s loyal, multi-generational following. Classic favorites are peppered with several brand new songs, hinting at an eagerly awaited next release.
About the Ticket Supplier: The Sippy Cups
Created by three dads living in a coastal town just south of San Francisco, The Sippy Cups’ first gig was a fundraiser for a community-built playground in their neighborhood. Just two years later, all their concerts sold out in advance, their CDs flew off the shelves, and critical acclaim hailed from the likes of the San Francisco Chronicle, ABC-TV, the New York Post, and Time magazine. The powerful formula of The Sippy Cups’ early success lies in their equal appeal to parents and children and a play list from The Beatles, Velvet Underground, Bowie, The Ramones and others. To top it off, their imaginative original tunes are climbing the kid radio charts and being sung by kids around the country. The San Francisco Chronicle called them “every parent’s favorite kid rock band and quite possibly the illegitimate offspring of The Cat in the Hat and Joey Ramone.”