Family Day: Little Club Heads, Sugar Free Allstars, Hopalong Andrew

Little Club Heads
Little Club Heads have revolutionized the idea of “family time” by providing a dance party experience for children aged 1 to 12 years-old, and their parents too. Parents socialize with each other while children have the opportunity to mingle, dance, perform, build self confidence, enjoy live entertainment, and stay fit. Over the past five years, Little Club Heads have performed at hundreds of events and entertained over 100,000 guests.

Sugar Free Allstars
Sugar Free Allstars is a Family Funk super duo from Oklahoma City. Chris “Boom!” Wiser and Rob “Dr. Rock” Martin joined forces in 2001 and quickly gained a following with a high-energy live show that has been described as a hip-shaking, head-bopping, southern-based explosion of fun for all ages. Sugar Free Allstars are among the ‘Top 12 Family Music Artists in America’ according toTime magazine. They’ve had two #1 songs on SiriusXM radio’s ‘Kids Place Live,’ and in 2012 were featured on a Grammy Award-winning album. Their most recent album is All on a Sunday Afternoon.

Hopalong Andrew
Singing the great folk songs, fireside ballads, and cowboy favorites from the silver screen, Hopalong Andrew‘s concerts are geared towards all ages. A one-man band, with guitar, banjo, harmonica, and a vintage Samsonite suitcase drum, Hopalong Andrew is a bit like Roy Rogers meets Pete Seeger and Jesse Fuller. You’ll square dance, dosey-doe, ride the “Hopalong Express,” visit the “cozy corral” and “cozy campfire,” and have an all-Americana good time. Hopalong Andrew is former NYC Urban Park Ranger Andrew Vladeck. He began his career as “The Singing Ranger” while stalling an event for the NYC Parks Commissioner’s arrival. He is also touring musician with a number of outfits (Fireships, The Honey Brothers). In a typical day he’ll play for children in the morning, seniors in the afternoon, and a rock venue at night.