Bring your kids and grand kids to Tecumseh Center for the Arts this Saturday as we celebrate The Verve Pipe's family-friendly rock concert on April 16! In addition to rocking along to songs about cereal and suppertime, the TCA is also hosting a Family Festival beginning at 6:30 am.
The festival will feature face painting, balloons, games, cookies and popcorn! Your kids will have an amazing experience as they celebrate the joy of music from The Verve Pipe's Family Album.
Formed in Michigan in the early 90’s, The Verve Pipe is best recognized for their hits “Photograph,” “Hero,” “Happiness Is,” and the #1 single, “The Freshmen.” After an eight year hiatus, they were asked to submit an original song for a compilation album of children’s music. That session inspired A Family Album, their critically acclaimed introduction to the world of children’s music. In every performance, the Verve Pipe highlights the joys of being a kid, eases the process of growing up, and helps us all celebrate the little things in life, as evidenced by the following song lyrics from “Cereal”: “I could survive on cereal! Bring me a spoon! A wooden spoon, a silver spoon, a plastic spoon!”
Bring your entire family out to the TCA for this fun, light-hearted concert. Tecumseh Center for the Arts (TCA) is proud to partner with Old National Bank to bring The Verve Pipe to the TCA stage on Saturday, April 16, 2016, at 7:30 pm.
Tickets are $15-20 and can be purchased online at www.TheTCA.org, by phone at 517.423.6617 or in person at the TCA Box Office located at 400 N. Maumee Street in Tecumseh, Michigan.
Behind the scenes of Tecumseh Center for the Arts.