US musical group Kidz Bop is set to bring its child-friendly concert tour back to Legoland’s Florida Resort this fall, launching a full Kidz Bop Weekend on November 10.
During the three-day Legoland stop, the group will perform two live concerts each day on the Kidz Bop-branded stage, which will be followed by a meet-and-greet with the performers.
To mark the occasion, the group will release an original musical collaboration with Legoland that will promote the park. In 2016, Kidz Bop was named Legoland’s official music partner in a multi-year alliance. As part of that deal, Kidz Bop created the theme song for the TV series LEGO Ninjago Master of Spinjitzu.
Kidz Bop’s Live 2018 tour, which follows last year’s Best Time Ever show, kicks off on June 1 in Toronto, and will make its way to 30 more cities including New York, L.A. and Boston.
Kidz Bop continues to grow in popularity, with eight consecutive years (2010-2017) as Billboard Magazine‘s number one children’s artist. It recently branched out and added a British spinoff group supported by Universal Music and UK broadcaster ITV.