Friday, April 20, 2012

4/20/12: Imagination Movers at the Orpheum Theatre on April 28th

The Imagination Movers are going to make you move!  They are coming to Boston for a live appearance. The Imagination Movers Rock-O-Matic Concert is coming to the Orpheum Theater in Boston on April 28th at 1:30 and 4:30.
What a Rockin' Show!
Photo Credit: Brad Penner

My kids love the Imagination Movers and to be honest so do I.  I can't wait to see them live in Boston.  For some reason their show reminds me of my childhood watching the Monkees.  They are so silly in the show, plus they are talented musicians.  Don't worry if you don't live near Boston, here is their full schedule.
More information about the show:
Want to add some rock n' roll excitement and entertainment to your family's life? Then don't miss the Imagination Movers' 2012 Rock-O-Matic Tour!
Rich, Scott, Dave and Smitty - of the Emmy-winning Disney Channel TV series "Imagination Movers" -will be bringing their high-octane rock concert to the Orpheum Theater for two exciting shows on April 28 at 1:30 and 4:30.
Photo Credit: Brad Penner
The Movers were the highest-rated and most popular live family act of 2011. The key to the Movers' appeal is they combine danceable power pop songs with extremely catchy choruses and a knack for inspiring audience participation. Throw in a heaping helping of onstage silliness and you've got a recipe for a live musical event that will truly engage the littlest of kids along with their older siblings, parents and grandparents. It doesn't hurt that the Movers pepper their live shows with musical references to their many inspirations, including U2, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jack Johnson, the Beastie Boys and all sorts of classic and modern rockers.
Photo Credit: Brad Penner
Feel free to give the Imagination Movers some love:
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Disclosure:  I received tickets to the Imagination Movers Concert in exchange for promotional posts.  No other compensation was received and all opinions are my own.

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