New York City
When: Sunday, March 10, 2013 1:00 PM — 4:00 PM* (*Daylight Savings Time begins at 2:00 AM — don’t forget to change your clocks – as we “spring forward” toward a cure!)
Cost: Adult ticket:$100 Child ticket:$75 If you wish to attend the event after that time, tickets will be available at the door on Sunday, beginning at 1pm.
The Kids Food Festival, in partnership with Cooking Light celebrates its 2nd festival hosted at Citi Pond at Bryant Park and in collaboration with the James Beard Foundation.
Featured chefs include:
- Ellie Krieger, Healthy Living
- Candice Kumai, Cookbook Author & TV Personality
- Jehangir Mehta, Mehtaphor
- Grayson Schmitz, Oliver Cheng
- James DiStefano, Rouge Tomate
- Cricket Azima, The Creative Kitchen
This Family event to help combat childhood obesity by teaching about balanced food choices through hands-on cooking, sampling, and family-friendly activities and entertainment is all put More >
Gang have been called in to help solve an epic mystery in New York City. A trouble-making ghost is haunting The Beacon Theatre and SHAGGY, FRED, DAPHNE, VELMA and SCOOBY-DOO are on their way in the MYSTERY MACHINE to help solve it!
This hilarious live theater show brings everyone’s favorite animated series to life. Filled with wacky new characters, fantastic songs and outrageous antics, SCOOBY-DOO LIVE! MUSICAL MYSTERIES, presented by Warner Bros. and Life Like Touring, will have audiences on the edge of their seats in traditional Scooby-Doo fashion. See if this time the gang is in over More >
Use coupon code DADA to save 25% on tickets! Promo page link: http://www.theateratmsg.com/content/msg/theateratmsg/events/promos/DADA.html
Sesame Street Live “Elmo’s Super Heroes” is coming to The Theater at MSG!
When Super Grover loses his superness, Sesame Street needs a hero! Never fear, Elmo and his team of super heroes are here. Teaching lessons of healthy habits through song and dance, Elmo, Abby Cadabby and your favorite Sesame Street friends will explore exercise, nutrition, More >
You might sit there and say didnt we just see Yo Gabba Gabba in New York a few months ago… and the answer is yes but the gang is back with a whole new show. The great part of Yo Gabba Gabba is having 4 seasons of content to pull from… this time around we’re looking at a new line up of songs and dances.
To help out we have a promo code / DISCOUNT CODE: ROCKS 25% off select ticket ($60 & $45) Performances: 11/30 5PM, 12/01 5PM, 12/02 11AM, 12/02 2PM, 12/02 5PM
Yo Gabba Gabba! Live! Get the Sillies Out heads to The Theater at Madison Square Garden on Friday, November 30 through Sunday, More >
Brooklyn-based kindie rocker Suzi Shelton will play a family show on Sunday, March 25th at 11am, showcasing tunes from her latest release “Tomboy in a Princess Dress”, written with her 7 year old daughter in mind. Suzi will be joined by guitarist Greg Mayo, bass and trombone player Albert Elias, and her children. “I love the interactive element of my performances,” says Suzi. There’s nothing like seeing a room full of kids pumping their fists shouting “Road Trip! That personal connection to the audience…it’s one of the main reasons why I do More >
I was asked to put together a team of bloggers to take on another few groups of bloggers in a heated trivia contest… of course my team of Jill of Glamamom and Lauren of A Mommy in the City kicked some bootay… we got 5 of 6 correct – a few twitter shout outs later and we rocked it!
While raising money was one goal – checking out the new cabs that will be taking over NYC in 2013 wasn’t a bad thing either. There is a long list of features down below.
Long before Wicked was on broadway there was Godspell by Stephen Schwartz. Its a very interesting take on a what I would have imagined being a very slow and drama filled play… it was rather up beat and popcorn-y. I will say being not so religious myself this was a little much for me in that area but it still held my attention and I could totally see many people really enjoying this show.
There was a large interweave of comedy which really helped keep me interested in the show. It also helped that Jesus is played by Hunter Parrish, from TV’s “Weeds” (one of my favorite shows on TV) More >