Sunday, August 24, 2014
Get ready to rock with Babaloo!
Babaloo is here! This Thursday, August 28th! Our final Birds in Concert of the 2014 season is the hugely popular Babaloo. Bring the kids and prepare them to get into the act!
Where else but World Bird Sanctuary could you enjoy free family entertainment that includes not only a concert, but live birds of prey and other animals?
Babaloo performing to a packed house - 2013 (photo: Gay Schroer)
Ready for something different? Then join us this Thursday night, August 28, for a high energy, often hilarious, musical comedy act for kids (and parents) of all ages. Be warned—this is not your usual run-of-the-mill kids’ crooner. Babaloo’s show is fast-paced, totally interactive, full of fun props, hilarious tunes and wacky stunts. Everybody gets into the act.
This prize-winning Pied Piper packs more fun than seems possible into every show, and he performs over 300 shows per year. The Children’s Music Web Awards named him “Best Entertainer”, and he placed 1st and 2nd in the world’s largest songwriting contest. St. Louis Magazine voted him, “The region’s best family entertainer,” and he’s a selected touring performer for the Missouri Arts Council and Mid-America Arts Alliance.
Birds in Concert 2014 is sponsored by Ameren Missouri
Date: Thursday, August 28, 2014
Time: 7:00 – 8:30 pm (Babaloo starts at 7:00, Raptor Project at 8:00)
Admission and Parking: FREE!
Snacks and beverages may be purchased from our concession stand—or bring your own picnics and blankets. Since Babaloo usually draws a full house you may want to bring blankets or folding chairs to take advantage of lawn seating.
Whole Foods Market will have a trail mix station for the kids.
St. Louis Sprout and About will be here with their prize wheel, giveaways and an opportunity to win tickets to Disney on Ice.
Nationwide Hendrixson Agency will be giving away St. Louis Cardinals tickets
Bring your picnics—bring your blankets (or chairs)—but most of all bring your kids and be prepared to be entertained!
For directions Click Here
For the safety of our animals and our other guests, no pets please.