This family-friendly Halloween Bash and fall festival features Halloween arts and crafts, a costume contest with prizes, and a special spooky musical performance by the Mr. Aaron Band. It’s a great Halloween activity for kids aged 1-10, so get to work on your costumes now and bring the whole family!
Mr. Aaron brings his annual Halloween Bash to the Capitol Center for the Arts! This family fall festival features kid-friendly Halloween arts and crafts, a costume contest with prizes, and of course, a special spooky musical performance by the Mr. Aaron Band. It’s a great Halloween activity for kids aged 1-10, so get to work on your costumes now and bring the whole family!
You can always count on a thrilling musical adventure with Mr. Aaron. With great grooves and an uptempo folk-pop sound, his album “All My Friends Are Giants” tells stories–of a tea party for giants, of Ali Baba, who won’t listen to his poor camel, of a duck who likes to think–and features some outlandish instruments, like the bass clarinet, the cajon, and more. Kids and grown-ups alike dance and laugh along.
And get ready to rock with his latest release, “MAXIMUM”! The stories continue, with loads of upbeat, playful music and great tunes to sing along to. There’s a little boy who lives down the drain, an anthem for peanut butter, a musical encounter with two friendly robots, and much more.
With years of experience performing and teaching, Mr. Aaron brings unparalleled energy, enthusiasm and creativity to his concerts, albums, and videos. He was recently named “Best Children’s Performer of 2018” by New Hampshire Magazine. After nearly 10 years as a professional musician in New York City, Jones and his family moved to Concord, NH, to have a baby and open a recording studio, Rattlebox Studio. A longtime member of kindie band Karen K and the Jitterbugs, Mr. Aaron has delighted and inspired kids and families all along the east coast. When he’s not performing for kids, he tours with 90’s alt-rockers Luscious Jackson, and has been seen on The Late Show with David Letterman, and VH1.
Check out Mr. Aaron on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, and his web site at mraaronmusic.com.
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