Children's entertainers Bobs & Lolo will bring their Christmas show, Wave Your Antlers,to Fort Langley's Chief Sepass Theatre on Saturday, Dec.6.

Celebrate Christmas in the Fort with Bobs & Lolo

Popular children's entertainers bring their Wave Your Antlers concert to Chief Sepass Theatre Dec. 6

The Chief Sepass Theatre in Fort Langley presents Bobs & Lolo’s Christmas Concert — Wave Your Antlers — on Saturday, Dec. 6,  with two shows at Chief Sepass Theatre.

This family-friendly event presents headliners Bobs & Lolo with special guests:  Rockin’ Robin & the Magical Tree.

“Hosting special family concerts like this is a priority for the Chief Sepass Theatre and it is a wonderful opportunity for the community to come together and celebrate the spirit of the season,” said theatre manager Kevin Statham.

Bobs & LoLo are dedicated to connecting kids to nature with music, movement and make-believe.

Sharing musical adventures that engage, inspire and educate, they teach their young audiences to care about themselves, their neighbours and the planet.

This award-winning Canadian duo has been critically acclaimed for their music and programming from educators and parents alike.

They have released a new Christmas CD called “Wave Your Antlers” on Nettwerk Records, and their “Sing, Dance and Play with Bobs & LoLo” is airing on the national Canadian preschool television network — Treehouse TV.

Rockin’ Robin & the Magical Tree is a brand new family show, which features music, puppets, dancing and fun.

A colourful storybook set and magical tree provide the backdrop for an engaging, interactive show for children of all ages.


Date: Saturday, Dec. 6

Shows: 1 p.m. and 4 p.m.

Venue: Chief Sepass Theatre

Address: 9096 Trattle St., Fort Langley

Tickets: $19 in advance, $25 at the door or charge by phone at 604-569-1144.  Also available at Wendel’s Café & Books in Fort Langley, Ciao Bambini in Aldergrove and Frog’s Hollow in Walnut Grove.

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