Kidz Bop meet and greet set for Dec. 11 in Tukwila

  • Friday, December 2, 2016 12:48pm
  • Life

Kidz Bop – a musical group that records kid-friendly versions of today’s biggest pop music hits – will have a meet and greet at Tukwila’s Westfield Southcenter on Sunday, Dec. 11.

As a part of its 15th birthday celebration, Kidz Bop’s Life of the Party tour will stop at Seattle’s Neptune Theater for back-to-back shows at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 10.

The following day, fans can meet Kidz Bop kids Ashlynn Chong, Grant Knoche, Matt Martinez and Sela Hack from noon to 1 p.m. at Crazy 8, 1036 Southcenter Mall.

Everyone who attends the meet and greet will receive an autograph card, and the first 50 guests get a copy of the Kidz Bop 33 album.

It will be last hurrah of sorts for the current band members, who will retire at the end of year leaving way for a new crop of singers.

Kidz Bop has sold more than 17 million albums, had 23 Top 10 Albums on the Billboard 200 Chart, and had the most Top 10 Debuts of any artist this century.

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