Kid Culture: Bring Your Own Kid to 92Y Tribeca

“Bring Your Own Kid” to 92YTribeca every Sunday for great music that both parents and kids will enjoy. It’s the series designed with the hipster parent in mind, and a chance for their rock and roll offspring to let loose. There’s lots of space for kids to dance and for parents to schmooze over brunch and coffee (our cafe will fill all your culinary needs). So whether you ‘ re a mom, dad, or just the babysitter, pack up the posse and come on in for some tunes that will keep both adults and the little ones rockin’.
Frances EnglandSun, May 2, 11 am, $15
If there was ever a Lilith Fair for 5 year olds, Frances England should be the headline act. A new voice out of San Francico, Francis England and her debut album Fascinating Creatures blends folk and indie influences to create a children’s album that the whole family can enjoy. The singer-songwriter brings a little bit of Sarah McLachlan and a little bit of Norah Jones, yet manages to create a sound that is distinctly her own. And while the songs may be about tricycles and picture books, England ’s airy voice and sophisticated songwriting have definite adult appeal.
Moona LunaSun, May 9, 11 am, $15
Moona Luna is the new musical project brought to you by the Latin-Alternative group Pistolera. Inspired by the birth of her first child—during the making of the last album—Pistolera’s lead singer and songwriter Sandra Velasquez now brings us family-friendly songs in Spanish and English that continue the band’s tradition of positive messages and toe-tapping beats. Moona Luna is the first female-led bilingual band of its kind, but most of all, it’s fun, fun, fun! A bailar! 
Sun, May 16, 11 am, $15
It’s no exaggeration to say that David Weinstone has changed the musical geography of New York . As creator of the Music for Aardvarks classes that take place all over the five boroughs and across the country, his music has gotten thousands of tiny toes tapping and launched at least one major singing career. So come out to hear the electro-funk of “Big Boom Whacker” or the whimsical blues of “Belly Button Song” performed live. It’s a safe bet they’ll play the Aardvarks song “Big Old Tree” and a lot of your youngster’s favorites from his astounding collection of twelve CDs including his newest release TAXI.
Sun, May 23, 11 am, $15
The Macaroons love big harmonies, irresistible melodies and a guitar-based sound that recalls everything from the Kinks to Queen to the Shins. A spin-off of the critically acclaimed band, The LeeVees, the Macaroons bring the catchy pop-rock with tunes like “Hurry Up And Light The Candle” and “Mezuzah.”

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