Since his iconic 1976 album, Singable Songs for the Very Young, Raffi has been committed to making unforgettable high-quality music for children everywhere. Family favorites like "Baby Beluga," "Down by the Bay," "All I Really Need," and "Bananaphone" have helped shape a generation. Now Raffi is back to share his catchy and compassionate creations once again. Proceeds benefit the Centre for Child Honouring. For more information visit childhonouring.org.
Top price tickets include an opportunity to meet Raffi in person after the show.
Read the latest concert review from his U.S. tour here.
Children in arms policy:
A Raffi concert is best suited for children old enough to talk, sing, or clap along. While Raffi's music is enjoyed by babies at home, the live music experience is much louder and more different than hearing the recorded songs at home. Babies are welcome, but they may not enjoy a loud concert singalong. Also, please keep in mind that the ticket policy of a theater is that every person needs a ticket.
Due to weather conditions, this event has been canceled.
The Red Room at Cafe 939 presents Fresh Prospects, a showcase of the best emerging Berklee artists reworking their favorite songs into intimate acoustic performances. The series is dedicated to artist development and will feature a variety of genres over the course of a semester. Fresh Prospects takes place every first Friday of the month at the Red Room at Cafe 939 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
What we are looking for:
Two original songs or eight minutes of music
Three musicians at most
All genres accepted
No more than two-minute setup
Artists with a local and digital following
Professional attitude required
What we will provide:
A grand piano, instrumental and vocal mics, and direct inputs
You can bring an acoustic guitar and/or light percussion (cajon, conga, etc.). No drum kit allowed
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