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Two fathers bored with children’s television decide to design a kid’s TV show. Neither have experience in the field, and one is the lead singer of a rock band whose members dress as crime-fighting superheroes. The outcome? “Yo Gabba Gabba!” Nick Jr.’s wildly popular children’s show blends costume, music, visuals, animation, and artists worthy of parents’ fandom. The show’s guest list reads as if it's from a red carpet event—regular segments include drawing with Mark Mothersbaugh and beatboxing with Biz Markie, and guest appearances include Elijah Wood, Anthony Bourdain, Sarah Silverman, and popular musicians like Jimmy Eat World, Weezer, and Jack Black. Prepare to dance, laugh, and sing with DJ Lance Rock, the Gabba band, and Biz Markie at Yo Gabba Gabba’s live show, “Get Your Sillies Out,” at UPAC in Kingston on January 29.

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  • Yo Gabba Gabba! Live! comes to UPAC in Kingston on January 29.

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