Sing and Shout at This Virtual Mother’s Day Concert with Miss Jamie

Metro Parent and Chicago Parent team up to bring you a virtual hoedown featuring Miss Jaime from Miss Jamie's Farm. Catch it Mother's Day at 11 a.m. on Sunday, May 10.

This Mother’s Day certainly won’t look like all the other Mother’s Days for many moms thanks to the coronavirus. But that doesn’t mean it should be any less special.

So, Chicago Parent and Metro Parent magazines are teaming up to make it one to remember by hosting a virtual concert with Miss Jamie and her farm yard of helpers. The 30-minute Mother’s Day hoedown kicks off at 11 a.m. on May 10 with singing, laughs and lots of smiles.

“As a mom of three young kids that all grew up as part of the show, I want to celebrate parents everywhere. We are working overtime these days,” Miss Jamie says.

“I hope this colorful concert can bring families together in music and fun for everyone. I can’t wait to celebrate Mother’s Day together and see some of the cute baby animals on my farm. Come on down! Virtually, of course.”

The concert will broadcast on Zoom, allowing kids to interact and respond in real time to what’s happening on the screen. It is perfect for ages 2-8, but babies and grownups will love it, too.

Instructions for logging in to the concert are delivered with purchase of a ticket.

Join us in the fun

Miss Jamie’s Farm Virtual Mother’s Day Concert

  • Date: Sunday, May 10, 2020
  • Time: 10 a.m.
  • Cost: $10 per device or pay what you can.

A second concert will be added at noon if the first sells out. Get your tickets here.

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