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Wacky Wednesdays family concerts - 2015

Wacky Wednesdays family concerts draw the whole family up on their feet and into the fun!

Parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles: treat your favorite children to five exciting Wacky Wednesday performances! Tell them you're doing it for them, but do it for yourself! It's the ultimate in family entertainment.

Concerts take place rain or shine.

Media Partner: 95.9 WATD






Wacky Wednesdays concerts are great performances for everyone!
For information about accessibility and accommodations, please visit our Know Before You Go page.
Want to know what to expect? View our Wacky Wednesdays Social Story.

June 2015: SSC's Jane Carr Amphitheater completely updated its sound and lighting systems. Funding for this project has been provided by the Massachusetts Cultural Facilities Fund, a program of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, administered through a collaborative arrangement between MassDevelopment and the Massachusetts Cultural Council. SSC is grateful to the individuals who generously donated the matching funds required as part of this grant.
Wednesday, July 29, 10 am
Zak Morgan

With a background in children's literature plus a GRAMMY® nomination for his kids' songs, Zak Morgan and his unique brand of children's music delivers songs and poems with wit and charm that inspire and tickle the funny bones of children and adults alike.

Did you hear Zak Morgan on WATD's Mommajam Minute talking about his performance on July 29? Sounds like fun!

$15 Adults $5 Children

Past Concerts
Wednesday, July 1, 10 am
Little Groove

Children love being a part of the Little Groove musical experience, playing real percussion instruments and using their bodies and voices to sing along to catchy songs about playtime, sleeptime, trains, planes, rainbows, pigs, monkeys, butterflies, ducks, and dogs!.

$15 Adults $5 Children

Wednesday, July 8, 10 am
Brian Lies and Bats in the Band!

New York Times bestselling author-illustrator, Brian Lies brings his book Bats in the Band to life with a kid-friendly concert featuring SSC faculty musicians and Plymouth Phil conductor Steven Karidoyanes, followed by a book signing. You don't need to be a kid to thoroughly enjoy this performance!

Did you hear Brian Lies on WATD talking about his Bats in the Band performance on July 8? Sounds like fun!

Thanks to our friends at WATD for interviewing Brian Lies about his book and the July 8 Bats in the Band performance. If you missed it, here's what Brian had to say:

$15 Adults $5 Children

Wednesday, July 15, 10 am
Vanessa Trien and the Jumping Monkeys

Boston-based singer-songwriter and children's performer, Vanessa Trien, has become a local rock star among the young and young at heart. The "Nessa Groupies" sing and dance in the aisles at her packed shows with her lively band

Did you hear Vanessa Trien on WATD's Mommajam Minute talking about her Wacky Wednesdays performance on July 15? Lots of fun!

$15 Adults $5 Children
Wednesday, July 22, 10 am
Ben Rudnick and Friends

With countless kudos to their credit, including seven Parents' Choice Awards, Ben Rudnick and Friends sets the tone for all family members to enjoy a shared musical experience.

Did you hear Ben Rudnick on WATD's Mommajam Minute talking about his performance on July 22? Sounds like fun!

$15 Adults $5 Children