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Kidz Bop Kicks Off "Dream Big, Sing Loud" Tour Friday in Richland

Billboard's #1 Kids' Album Artist, Kidz Bop, kicks off their "Dream Big, Sing Loud" tour Friday night in Richland. Billboard's #1 Kids' Album Artist, Kidz Bop, kicks off their "Dream Big, Sing Loud" tour Friday night in Richland.

RICHLAND, WA - Billboard's #1 Kids' Album Artist, Kidz Bop, kicks off their "Dream Big, Sing Loud" tour Friday night in Richland.

The five-kid group, ranging from ages 10-12, covers pop music's biggest hits including, "Royals" by Lorde, "Applause" by Lady Gaga and Avicii's, "Wake Me Up." The group recently released their album, KIDZ Bop 25, in January and are preparing to release Kidz Bop 26 this summer.

They have three stops in Washington, before continuing a six month tour across the United States. 

"It has lots of energy," says Jayna Brown, a member of the Kidz Bop. "There's lots of singing and dancing to the favorite songs that are playing on the radio, and there's a lot of interactive fun things too. It's fun for kids and parents."

Kidz Bop performs live Thursday evening, at the Richland High School Auditorium at 6:00 p.m.; doors open at 5:00 p.m. The group also has a show Saturday, March 29th at the Yakima Convention Center at 4:00 p.m.; doors open at 3:00 p.m. General admission ranges between $12-$23.50 and VIP tickets are $55.

For more on Kidz Bop and their upcoming performances, click here

 

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