Eager to share great music with your kids? Then make sure to check out the Hand in Hand International Children’s Music Festival, China’s first international music festival created for the whole family, which is about to happen on Sunday, June 3 in Beijing.
The festival was founded by American journalist Rebecca Kanthor and her husband, Chinese musician and author Liu Jian. They are bringing together bands from all over the world to play a family-friendly mix of rock and pop music for an audience of kids, allowing all kids in China to experience the magic of live music and learn about different cultures.
For this year they are inviting Lucky Diaz and the Family Jam Band from the US, and Hippe Gasten from the Netherlands to tour in 15 Chinese cities starting from late April.
About Lucky Diaz and the Family Jam Band
The band are two-time Latin Grammy Award and three-time Emmy award winners. They are the stars of PBS program Lishy Lou and Lucky Too, a color-splashed, family-friendly variety show. Their catchy song Thingamajig was named “Song of the Year,” and called “a smash hit!” by several parenting publications.
About Hippe Gasten
Hippe Gasten is a rock band made for kids. They take kids seriously and use their creativity to make music that kids love and parents enjoy too. Their show is energetic and interactive, with the band members getting kids up on stage to show them how to be rock stars.
Come for some good fun for the whole musically-inclined family! Book your tickets here.
Recommended age: 1 +
Date: June 3, 10am; 2pm
Duration: 90 minutes (includes a 20 min intermission)
Price: RMB 160-360
Contact: 139 1613 7358; firstname.lastname@example.org
Venue: Beijing Exhibition Center
Address: No. 135 Xizhimen Waidajie (西直门外大街135号)
Photos: provided by event organizer