Boogie Monsters – a live gig for the whole family

Pre-baby I loved to go out-out most weekends and dance the night away or catch live bands; as we all know life changes completely post-baby and now me and the hubs are lucky if we catch five minutes to dance in the kitchen let alone go out-out.

On a particularly terrible two/tantrum related stressful day last week I spotted a poster outside my local theatre for something that really intrigued me.

Billed as ‘the ultimate live gig for the whole family’ immediately I wanted to go.

To be honest I was sold when I saw licensed bar and buggy park…

So what is Boogie Monsters?

Founded by mum-of-two Kelly, Boogie Monsters promises a live music experience for all ages with live music played on real instruments by real musicians.

From the website…

Boogie Monsters, the UK’s award winning, live rock and pop band for kids, bring you their musical mash-up of chart hits, rocked up action songs and funky nursery rhymes!

Bubble Blasts, Disco Lights, Crazy Confetti, Instruments, Inflatables, Colourful Props,and much, much more….

Bring your little monsters along for a boogie and begin a life-long love of live music today – who knows, they may be inspired to learn an instrument themselves! 

Now I for one love live music but with the added promise it being suitable for little ears and fun for all the family I cannot wait for this!

They are coming to the Hazlitt Theatre in Maidstone on the 8th July 2017 and have two performances at 11am and 2pm; lasting 90 minutes each.

Tickets are £11.50 per person, with small people under 1 going free; family tickets are also available.  You can book online here.

Check the website for more information and other upcoming events too 🙂

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See you on the dance floor!

**written and promoted with permission from Boogie Monsters**

All photo credits – Boogie Monsters

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