Libraries Rock! Kids Summer Concert Series
The Plain City Public Library is excited to announce the Libraries Rock! Kids Summer Concert Series, taking place this summer at the Library. Listen, learn, sing and dance at the Library all summer long at musical concerts featuring hip-hop, folk, contemporary, and classic children’s music. Concerts include:
Dance & Sing with Miss Marlene – A high-energy show with lots of audience participation, surprises and laughter that will get your little one dancing and singing!
The Spoon Man – As seen on America’s Got Talent, The Spoon Man offers a hilarious interactive program with outrageous impressions, an audience sing-a-long competition, and lots of spoon playing!
Hip-Hop with Evie and Mal – Join your favorite characters from Descendants to learn a few hip hop moves.
Grammy Nominee Zak Morgan – Zak’s unique brand of children’s music will inspire and tickle the funny bone of children and adults alike!
All-girl bluegrass band Lafferty Pike – Join Lafferty Pike for a 30-minute concert and a hands-on musical “petting zoo” for all ages.
Trolls Family Singalong – Sing, dance, and read stories with Poppy and Branch.
Duke Otherwise – With his guitar, tap shoes, and distinct baritone, Duke Otherwise performs a hilarious, charming and interactive musical program for all ages. His original songs are bursting with clever wordplay and fun ideas relatable to both kids and adults. Be ready to dance, laugh, volunteer, and to have your spontaneous suggestion be added to the show!
These concerts are appropriate for all ages and are free of charge. Get your wristband beginning 30 minutes prior to each concert for guaranteed admission. For details, visit plaincitylib.org/libraries-rock.
Due to popularity, these concerts will require a wristband for admission. A limited number of free wristbands will be distributed beginning 30 minutes prior to the concert.
The Libraries Rock! Kids Summer Concert Series is made possible thanks to a grant from the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), awarded by the State Library of Ohio.