KIDROCKERS® shows bring families together to experience some of the most engaging and vital artists in music and comedy. Artists perform original (not specifically made for children) songs in a way that is both authentic and kid-friendly. More than 100 bands have played Kidrockers. Past artists include Silversun Pickups, Twin Shadow, Rogue Wave, Ra Ra Riot, The Hold Steady, Nada Surf, Real Estate, Neon Indian, Caveman, DIIV, Chairlift, Vivian Girls, Los Campesinos, Langhorne Slim and Local Natives. Kidrockers' regular hosts are Seth Herzog (Jimmy Fallon) and Craig Baldo.
It’s hard to imagine mature, self-respecting childless adults wanting — much less needing — to sneak into a kids’ show. But Beth Lorge has met such desperate grown-ups. New York Times January 2013
Consider this a chance to see rising indie groups in a relaxed setting—and all under the guise of entertaining your toddlers. New York Magazine Critics Pick January 2013
With this show, it has become readily apparent that the Kidrockers brand, which was established in New York and started here late last year, is now strong enough to pack the room, regardless of their musical lineup. LAist
The idea is that hip parents can see their favorite bands with their kids, fostering an appreciation for grown-up music, and ideally replacing The Wiggles with Nada Surf. Village Voice
... a kid-friendly way for busy parents to hear good live music. It’s like having a nightlife during the day. New York Post
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