Sunday, February 25, 2018
11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Ages 3 – 8
Catch the high energy of the Grammy-nominated band The Pop Ups as they light up the stage in a special unplugged acoustic concert with their musician friends. Experience live drawing with sound, hilarious puppets, and an epic costume party just in time for Purim! Hear favorites from their hit albums Appetite for Construction, Radio Jungle, and more.
A collaboration between Brooklyn musicians Jason Rabinowitz and Jacob Stein, The Pop Ups have been setting the standard for children’s music since 2010. A celebration of making, building, and learning, their album Appetite for Construction received a 2014 GRAMMY nomination for Best Children’s Album, alongside a National Parenting Publications Award, Parents’ Choice Award and praise from NPR's All Things Considered, The Huffington Post, and USA Today among others. Rabinowitz and Stein have toured with Yo Gabba Gabba Live and perform their rock and roll puppet musical to sold out audiences across the U.S. In 2015 they launched The Pop Ups video series, their album Great Pretenders Club, and the companion 30 minute video piece, The Pop Ups Great Pretenders Club Special is available on Amazon.
$18 General; $14 Jewish Museum Family Members
Includes Museum Admission
Enjoy a full morning program in partnership with PJ Library and join us for Picture This which includes a gallery tour, art workshop, storybook reading, and The Pop Ups concert within one ticket price: $25 per person and $22 for Jewish Museum Family Members.
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