Stripy sock sen­sa­tion!

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - DAINTREE BLOCKADE — EXCERPT III -

ONE of the big­gest acts com­ing to Carnivale this year is for kids – the stripy-socked singing sen­sa­tion Lah-Lah and her Big Live Band.

Lah-Lah and her band will be per­form­ing at the Won­der­land Spiegel­tent in Dixie Park on Sun­day, May 28, part of the Fish­er­man’s Seafood Mu­sic Fes­ti­val.

Lah-Lah in­tro­duces chil­dren and their fam­i­lies to the won­der­ful world of mu­sic and mu­si­cal in­stru­ments.

A Lah-Lah show – 50 min­utes of live mu­sic, singing, danc­ing and fun – is dif­fer­ent from any other fam­ily con­cert. It’s not just full of singing and danc­ing and in­cred­i­ble live mu­sic played by some of Aus­tralia’s best mu­si­cians – it’s ed­u­ca­tional too.

Lah-Lah are cel­e­brat­ing the 2017 Sony Mu­sic re­lease of their new al­bum Hav­ing Fun with a na­tional live con­cert tour fea­tur­ing lots of the brand new tunes from the al­bum in­clud­ing I Love Books, Num­ber Jive and a funny twist on Old MacDon­ald Had a Band as well as jam­ming on their some of their favourite hits in­clud­ing Brush Your Teeth and Lola Loves to Dance.

Meet Mis­ter Sax­o­phone, Squeezy Sneezy the pi­ano ac­cor­dion, Tom Tom on drums, Buzz the Band­leader, Lola the Danc­ing Dou­ble Bass and the ever love­able Lah-Lah.

From TV shows on ABC KIDS, CBee­bies, and the Seven Net­work to sell-out live con­certs, Lah-Lah’s Big Live Band con­tinue to de­light au­di­ences across Aus­tralia and al­ways get the whole fam­ily up singing and danc­ing.

The Lah-Lah show is priced at $15 en­try for all pa­trons aged 16 years and over or is in­cluded with a Fish­er­man’s Vil­lage Mu­sic Fes­ti­val Pass.

Don’t miss the chance to meet ev­ery­one in the band af­ter the show with a meet and greet with these lead­ers of preschool mu­sic ed­u­ca­tion and their won­der­ful mu­si­cal in­stru­ments.

Lah Lah Band — on tour with a new al­bum, Hav­ing Fun

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