Venue Details

2967 Star Starred
Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts - Main Stage
at Mercy Street 500 Castro Street Mountain View, CA 94041
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The Sippy Cups, Live in Concert
25 ratings
4.5 average rating
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4 events
1 review
0 stars
attended Aug 12 2007

Great show with the audience in mind. About an hour long (my 2.5-year old timed out after 45 minutes). The mosh pit full of 4-year olds was worth the ticket price.

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23 events
10 reviews
26 stars
attended Sep 28 2008

i think the one in Redwood City, CA was better. The venue in Mountain View was half filled and not sure if it was the band or the crowd but it seemed a little dead. This one seemed short, there was no real ending finale. But my 4.5 year old had a...continued

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19 events
5 reviews
1 stars
attended Sep 28 2008

It was fun. Kids had a great time

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Quotes & Highlights

‘’Smart, inventive artists including the Sippy Cups… are treating their juvenile audience with respect, not condescension – and making music that really rocks.’’ —Los Angeles Times, Top 10 of 2006


Dubbed “every parent’s favorite kid rock band” by the San Francisco Chronicle, The Sippy Cups are an original Bay Area phenomenon that has gone nationwide. To the delight of cool kids and their grown-ups everywhere, the band has staged family matinees and garnered critical acclaim at some of the most renowned rock clubs, prestigious music festivals, and a variety of performing arts centers across the country. Blending kid-friendly covers from the likes of The Velvet Underground and The Ramones with their own like-minded originals, and featuring an interactive, circus-style stage show, The Sippy Cups throw a magical rock & roll party for kids of all ages – a hipster parent’s dream of a child’s first live concert. This event will also provide a “sneak-peek” into The Sippy Cups eagerly awaited third full length album, to be titled The Time Machine, with release expected in early 2009.

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