The Fresh Beat Band Greatest Hits Live at the Fox Theatre

Looking for something fresh to do with your preschooler? The kid-friendly rockers of the hit Nickelodeon show The Fresh Beat Band hit the stage at the Fox Theatre Nov. 15, 2014 for a night of their greatest hits – sure to have your little musicians going "bananas."

The television show gets kids up and dancing as they help the band solve everyday challenges and learn some fundamentals of music such as melody, rhythm and tempo.

This performance will feature the show's stars – Kiki, Marina, Twist and Shout – as they play some of their best songs like, "Here We Go," "Great Day" and "Bananas" along with their versions of some pop classics – and even an original song or two that fans have never heard before.

Plus, VIP ticket-holders will also get a chance to participate in a meet-and-greet with their favorite characters. This show is recommended for kids ages 2-7.

The show takes place at 4:30 p.m. Tickets range from $35 to $59.50.

For more information on The Fresh Beat Band Greatest Hits Live at the Fox Theatre in Detroit, see the Metro Parent calendar listing.

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