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The Jimmies Free Kids Concert

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Hop on over to Madison Square Park for a free concert. If your kids don't already love this NYC kid-centric band, they will after seeing The Jimmies live. Lead singer Ashley is a charmer--she'll turn your kids into fans in an instant with her infectious tunes.

New York City’s critically-acclaimed kindie-rockers have hit #1 on thje XMKids radio chart. Their album “Make Your Own Someday” was named one of the “Top Twenty Kids CD’s of the Decade” and their new “Trying Funny Stuff” DVD just won the 2010 Independent Music Award for “Best DVD of the Year”! They promise to gleefully rock, swing, & dance their way into your world through terribly catchy & hilarious songs for people of all ages. For more about the Madison Square Kids programs visit www.madisonsquarepark.org/Programs/MadSqKids

August 10th, 2010

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10:30am

Madison Square Park
Flatiron District, b/w Fifth and Madison Avenues and 23rd and 26th Streets, NYC

FREE

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