Family Benefit Concert
For Kids Impacted By Hurricane Sandy

WHO:   Two Brooklyn-based "kid rock" favorites, City Stomp Live and Suzi Shelton, joining together for the first time

WHAT: Family concert to benefit the youngest victims of Hurricane Sandy

WHEN:  Sunday, Dec. 2, 2012 at 2:30 pm

WHERE: Littlefield, Brooklyn.622 Degraw Street, between Third and Fourth Avenues in Brooklyn.

WHY: Ticket proceeds will go to K.I.D.S. (Kids in Distressed Situations), a non-profit organization bringing new products such as diapers, clothing and toys, to children and teens impacted by poverty and tragedy such as Hurricane Sandy. www.kidsdonations.org.

HOW: Advance tickets are recommended.  Tickets are $12 for individuals aged 2 and older, or $15 at the door.  To order tickets, visit http://www.littlefieldnyc.com/event/164219/.

INFO & TICKETS:   www.citystompmusic.com

More on WHO:

Nominated by Nick Jr. and Go City kids as one of the city's top music programs, City Stomp Live at Dizzy's on Fifth was named Best Place to Rock Out While Having Dinner by Time Out New York Kids last month.  Comprised of five veteran musicians, several of whom teach the City Stomp music classes held in multiple locations around Brooklyn, City Stomp is known for its rock versions of children's classic melodies and songs that celebrate the sights and sounds of New York City.  Concerts and classes often weave in locally influenced cultural music -- Jewish folk music, Latin, Caribbean, Irish -- children might hear in the city.

Suzi Shelton

Accompanied by her own guitar and percussionist Abby Levin, Shelton will play her original and classic pop-folk music with lyrics that range from silly to serious and feature characters such as sleeping lions, juicy jellyfish and slithering snakes.  Popular with parents and kids alike, her expressive vocals have entertained at the White House Easter Egg Roll and Tree Lighting ceremony at Lincoln Center.  Her CDs and DVD have won awards from Kids First, Nappa, Children's Music Web and Parent's Choice.

Written by Troy Martin — November 28, 2012

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