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Doodlebobs return to Lynn City Hall for two shows on April 13

LYNN ? Move over “Wiggles”? “Doodlebops Live!” is bopping into town.If your youngsters are Doodlebops fans you should buy tickets now because ticket sales are already brisk for the newest addition to the lineup at Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Lynn City Hall, which is scheduled for two shows only on Saturday, April 13 at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m.The 80-plus city tour, which launched in September in New York City, has been selling out in some venues within hours of tickets going on sale. Due to their wildly successful first live tour with sold out performances across the United States, the Doodlebops are hitting the road once again this year. Straight from their hit TV show on Playhouse Disney, Deedee, Rooney, and Moe Doodle are getting on the bus, and ready to sing and dance in an interactive concert experience that will have kids and their parents rockin’ and boppin’ together.?This talented trio sizzles when they take the stage, which is why they are the hottest new band for young children,” said Producer Kenneth Feld. “Families and children across the United States will love the opportunity to experience them live.”?Doodlebops Live!” is produced by Feld Entertainment, which is known for its lineup of touring family shows, which includes “Disney On Ice,” “Disney Live!” and Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus.The Doodlebops, which are in the Playhouse Disney lineup each Monday through Friday, are a favorite among the preschool set. The Doodlebops, a trio of performers clad in colorful wigs and face paint, entertain preschoolers with songs, dance, rhymes and jokes.?The Doodlebops” was developed to engage kids through real music inspired by legendary artists, while imparting positive social values and messages. With zany antics and overwhelming enthusiasm, this colorful and creative group entertains young fans with their unique mixture of music, dance and comedy while focusing on pro-social themes in a way that their preschooler audiences can relate to.The live action series produced by Cookie Jar Entertainment and airs on Disney Channel, features the three fun-loving multi-talented rock.The three colorful siblings are always on the lookout for a rocking and rolling good time. Deedee is the oldest sibling and the leader of the band. She is the one who always has a plan that is sure to be upset by Moe, who is the youngest. Rooney always steps in with a creative solution to any problem the siblings face.Tickets for the Doodlebops range from $19 to $55 and are on sale now and are available at Lynn Veterans Memorial Auditorium Box Office at 3 City Hall Square, by calling 781-581-2971 or online at www.ticketmaster.com.

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