Children love music — the same music you do. One problem: Yours is flush with sex, drugs and cursing aplenty.
For parents who don't want to expose their children to all that lyrical content, the solution is KIDZ BOP.
KIDZ BOP — the child-friendly music brand taking over daycare centers near you with hit songs sanitized for young ears — is heading out on a 59-city jaunt, including a late-summer Denver stop.
“We’re proud to create an environment at our KIDZ BOP live shows that kids and families will enjoy together, whether it’s your child’s first concert or an annual family tradition,” says KIDZ BOP president Victor Zaraya.
The tour will arrive at Red Rocks Amphitheatre at 4 p.m. on Sunday, September 6.
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