Secret Agent 23 Skidoo Brings Kid Hop Sounds to Symphony Space’s Just Kidding Series on October 16th

One of the nation’s top independent family music artists, Secret Agent 23 Skidoo, makes his debut performance at Symphony on Saturday, October 16th.  The family friendly hip hop concert is the first of this year’s “Fresh Sounds” series, with all tickets priced at just $10 each.

Secret Agent 23 Skidoo is known as the King of Kid Hop, or Positive Hip Hop for Kids. Bringing together a love for hip hop roots and culture with a true respect for the unlimited creativity of children, he crafts tunes that bump up both the volume and the self esteem. Expect thumping beats, witty rhymes, solid storytelling and a massive dance party. Time magazine selected him as one of the “Stars of  Kindie Rock” earlier this year, and he just released a new CD Underground Playground. For more information visit www.secretagent23skidoo.com, and check out his “Family Tree” music video on Youtube.

The Fresh Sounds series introduces New York families to some of the very best kids artists from around the country, giving audiences a chance to be the first to see and hear bands that they might not see anywhere else in the city, at a special low price.

WHEN:          Saturday, October 16, 11 am
WHERE: Symphony Space, Peter Jay Sharp Theater
2537 Broadway at 95th Street, New York
MORE INFORMATION: Box office: (212) 864-5400

Symphony Space’s Just Kidding series offers a cornucopia of weekly family-friendly performances this season. Every Saturday from October through May, Symphony Space continues their tradition of offering New York families ground-breaking programming from around the country. This year, the Upper West Side cultural mecca will host more than 28 family-centric performances and 62 films during a season that is as diverse as it is unique to New York. To play songs, watch videos and get updates about the Just Kidding series, visit www.symphonyspace.org/justkidding.

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