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Yo Gabba Gabba! LIVE! Get The Sillies Out! Tour Will Visit Over 50 Cities Across The U.S. In 2013

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The sillies are crazy little creatures that live inside of us and need to be shaken out! DJ Lance Rock and everyone's favorite cast of colorful characters are calling all fans across the U.S. to get ready to jump, shake and shimmy them out at the new live tour.  The Yo Gabba Gabba! LIVE!: Get The Sillies Out! tour begins in Los Angeles at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Friday, November 23 and will visit 50 cities across the U.S. in 2013.  Yo Gabba Gabba! LIVE! is touring in support of their first national beverage launch, a new line of toys, a new line of kids sportswear and a DVD/CD collectors edition.

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Yo Gabba Gabba! LIVE!: Get The Sillies Out will play to audiences in New York City at The Theatre at Madison Square Garden on November 30, December 1 and December 2.  Additional dates and cities below.  

For a complete list of upcoming tour dates, cities and show times, visit www.yogabbagabbalive.com.

Date

City

Venue

Fri, Nov 23

Los Angeles, CA

NOKIA Theatre L.A. LIVE

Sat, Nov 24

Anaheim, CA

Honda Center

Sun, Nov 25

Oakland, CA

The Fox Theater

Fri, Nov 30

New York, NY

The Theater at Madison Square Garden

Sat, Dec 1

New York, NY

The Theater at Madison Square Garden

Sun, Dec 2

New York, NY

The Theater at Madison Square Garden

Thu, Jan 10

Cincinnati, OH

Aronoff Center for the Arts - Procter & Gamble Hall

Fri, Jan 11

Pittsburgh, PA

Benedum Center for the Performing Arts

Sat, Jan 12

Detroit, MI

Fox Theatre

Sun, Jan 13

Louisville, KY

Louisville Palace

Tue, Jan 15

Des Moines, IA

Civic Center of Greater Des Moines

Wed, Jan 16

Minneapolis, MN

Orpheum Theatre

Fri, Jan 18

St. Louis, MO

Fabulous Fox Theatre

Sat, Jan 19

Rosemont, IL

Akoo Theatre at Rosemont

Sun, Jan 20

Rosemont, IL

Akoo Theatre at Rosemont

Mon, Jan 21

Milwaukee, WI

Riverside Theater

Tue, Jan 22

Akron, OH

Akron Civic Theatre

Thu, Jan 24

Syracuse, NY

Crouse Hinds Theater at The Oncenter

Fri, Jan 25

Upper Darby, PA

Tower Theatre

Sat, Jan 26

Boston, MA

Orpheum Theatre

Tue, Jan 29

Kingston, NY

Ulster Performing Arts Center

Fri, Feb 1

Fairfax, VA

Patriot Center

Sat, Feb 2

Baltimore, MD

The Lyric

Tue, Feb 5

Hershey, PA

Hershey Theatre

Sat, Feb 9

Wallingford, CT

The Oakdale Theatre

Wed, Feb 13

Richmond, VA

Landmark Theater

Thu, Feb 14

Norfolk, VA

Chrysler Hall

Fri, Feb 15

Asheville, NC

Thomas Wolfe Auditorium

Sat, Feb 16

Charlotte, NC

Ovens Auditorium

Sun, Feb 17

North Charleston, SC

North Charleston Performing Arts Center

Mon, Feb 18

Raleigh, NC

Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts

Wed, Feb 20

Huntsville, AL

Von Braun Center Concert Hall

Thu, Feb 21

Atlanta, GA

Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

Fri, Feb 22

Memphis, TN

Orpheum Theatre

Sat, Feb 23

Kansas City, MO

The Midland by AMC

Sun, Feb 24

Denver, CO

Paramount Theatre

Tue, Feb 26

Boise, ID

Morrison Center

Wed, Feb 27

Spokane, WA

INB Performing Arts Center

Fri, Mar 1

Seattle, WA

Paramount Theatre

Sat, Mar 2

Seattle, WA

Paramount Theatre

Sun, Mar 3

Portland, OR

Rose Garden

Mon, Mar 4

Sacramento, CA

Sacramento Memorial Auditorium

Tue, Mar 5

San Jose, CA

San Jose Civic

Thu, Mar 7

Fresno, CA

William Saroyan Theatre

Fri, Mar 8

Santa Barbara, CA

The Arlington Theatre

Sat, Mar 9

San Diego, CA

San Diego Civic Theatre

Sun, Mar 10

Phoenix, AZ

Comerica Theatre

Mon, Mar 11

El Paso, TX

The Plaza Theatre

Wed, Mar 13

Midland, TX

Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center

Thu, Mar 14

Houston, TX

Bayou Music Center

Fri, Mar 15

Dallas, TX

Music Hall at Fair Park

Sat, Mar 16

San Antonio, TX

Majestic Theatre

Sun, Mar 17

Austin, TX

Bass Concert Hall

Wed, Mar 20

Orlando, FL

Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre

Thu, Mar 21

Sarasota, FL

Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall

Fri, Mar 22

St. Augustine, FL

St. Augustine Amphitheatre

Sat, Mar 23

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Broward Center for the Performing Arts

Sun, Mar 24

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Broward Center for the Performing Arts

Yo Gabba Gabba! is an award-winning, live-action television series and live stage show whose unconventional formula has created a triple stacked fan base, making it one of the most popular entertainment properties among preschoolers, parents and indie music lovers alike. The television show, now in its fourth season, airs several times a day on Nick Jr.  Yo Gabba Gabba! is created by Christian Jacobs and Scott Schultz and is executive produced by Jon Berrett and Michael Polis

Yo Gabba Gabba! LIVE!: Get the Sillies Out! marks the third tour for the successful Yo Gabba Gabba! LIVE! concert series. The first tour, Yo Gabba Gabba! LIVE!: There's a Party in My City!, launched with a float in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and a performance at the White House in 2010.  Yo Gabba Gabba! LIVE! 2010 tour played to sold out venues in 60 cities. Yo Gabba Gabba! LIVE!: It's Time to Dance! enjoyed repeat success in 2011, energizing audiences across North America at over 120 shows.

Yo Gabba Gabba! LIVE! is a state-of-the-art production and an interactive experience that offers audiences of all ages the opportunity to witness their favorite characters come to life when DJ Lance Rock and fans say the magic words, "Yo Gabba Gabba!". Hip-hop legend Biz Markie will join the cast on stage for Yo Gabba Gabba! LIVE!: Get the Sillies Out! with Biz's Beat of the Day. The show will also feature Super Music Friends and Dancey Dance guest performances. Past Yo Gabba Gabba! LIVE! guest performances have included Devenda Banhart, Cold War Kids, Matt Costa, Kid Koala, Moby, DMC (Run DMC), Shaggy, Snoop Dogg, Dave Grohl, Jon Heder, Talib Kweli, Mix Master Mike, Nicole Richie, Kid Sister, Keri Russell, Lou Diamond Phillips, Jason Reitman, Zac Brown and the Drive By Truckers and more, while Christina Aguilera, Jessica Alba, Jason Bateman, Travis Barker, Brendan Fraser, Heidi Klum, Chris Noth, Gwen Stefani, Brooke Shields, Dennis Quaid and others attended with their families.

About Yo Gabba Gabba!

Yo Gabba Gabba! premiered in the U.S. on Nickelodeon in August, 2007 and ranks as one of the most popular series on television with broad appeal among preschoolers, parents, teens and adults. The award-winning series is created by Christian Jacobs and Scott Schultz. The live tour is produced with DHX Media by S2BN Entertainment. Yo Gabba Gabba! infuses retro-style and beat-driven music to teach simple life lessons. The series and the live show stars DJ Lance Rock (Lance Robertson) and a cast of colorful characters, including: Brobee, the little green one, Foofa, the pink flower bubble, Muno, the red Cyclops, Toodee, the blue cat-dragon and Plex, the yellow robot. Today's most popular names in movies, television, music and sports flock to the groundbreaking series, including series regulars Biz Markie and Mark Mothersbaugh, and guest stars such as Fred Armisen, Erykah Badu, Jack Black, Anthony Bourdain, Devo, Flaming Lips, Meta World Peace (Ron Artest), Tony Hawk, The Killers, Jack McBrayer, MGMT, Mos Def, The Roots, Andy Samberg, The Shins, Sarah Silverman, Amare Stoudemire, The Ting Tings, Weezer, Jimmy Eat World, Elijah Wood and Weird Al Yankovic, among others. Yo Gabba Gabba! apparel, CDs, DVDs, books and other merchandise are sold online and in mass and specialty retail stores nationwide in the U.S. The series airs several times a day on Nick Jr. and in several major international territories, including Australia, Canada, France, Israel, Latin America, New Zealand, South Africa and the U.K.  Visit www.yogabbagabba.com.

 

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