Kids don’t miss out on the ‘Kerplunks’

The Lakes District Arts Council is presenting the Kerplunks in Burns Lake for a special atinèe for kids and families at the Beacon Theatre.

The Kerplunks.

The Lakes District Arts Council is presenting the Kerplunks in Burns Lake on Oct. 20 at 2:00 pm, for a special atinèe for kids and families at the Beacon Theatre.

The Kerplunks are multi-award winning children’s entertainers bringing high-energy, colourful performances to the stage- with outfits that match.

The Kerplunks play catchy tunes guaranteed to get kids engaged, singing along and joining in on the actions.

Dinah plays the upright bass and really belts it out! She also plays the kazoo like a madwoman.

Tina plays the trumpet, trombone, clarinet, baritone and also sings. Watch out for when she busts a rhyme, yo!

Phil plays the drums, keeping everyone in time and really likes to ‘Go Bananas’.

Aaron plays the acoustic guitar, sings harmonies and makes great faces.

The Kerplunks have been busy playing some of Canada’s finest music festivals, theatres and schools.

This three-time JUNO nominated band provides a unique live performance with a full four-piece multi-instrumental band, playing a variety of upbeat musical styles that even parents enjoy.

You’ll hear engaging songs that get the whole family on their feet moving and joining in on the actions.

They’ve been called Canada’s hippest new children’s entertainers.

 

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