They appear daily in more than 8.3 million homes across the country on their hit TV show, The Big Yellow Boot. Now, Treehouse’s Splash’N Boots are going on tour.
Splash’N Boots – who are three-time Juno nominees – are taking their Big Yellow Boot Tour and friends, Charlie, Keys and Jumping Jack Granny, coast to coast for seven weeks, stopping in more than 30 cities along the way. They’ll be at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on Sept. 17.
This is the first time all the characters from the Big Yellow Boot will be together on stage across Canada. One dollar from each ticket sale from the tour will go directly towards bringing musical programming and opportunities to communities in Northern Canada. Having done many shows in Canada’s great north, they are excited about how ‘Splash’N Boots 4 Kids’ (focusing on its four core values; love, happiness, inclusion and connection) can help create sustainable, long term musical programming, as well as hands-on opportunities for kids to build confidence, get creative and have fun.
“We’re so excited to be taking this brand new show across Canada and, in doing so, help bring more music to families in northern communities,” says Taes (the group’s ‘Boots’). “We believe strongly in the power of music to inspire and bring people together, and feel that concerts and musical programming should be accessible to everyone.”
“This time our show is bigger, with so many more elements and characters, so we’re excited for families to have the full Big Yellow Boot experience and also work collectively to spread music far and wide across our country,” says Nick (the group’s ‘Splash’).
Paving the way as Canada’s premiere children’s entertainers, Splash’N Boots encourage families across Canada to come to The Big Yellow Boot Tour wearing their best yellow and blue outfits, and get ready to sing, dance and have a hilarious and unforgettable time with their family.
Tickets for The Big Yellow Boot Tour are $24.50 ($40.25 for VIP) and available at the Cultural Centre Box Office, by calling 604-391-SHOW (7469), or online at chilliwackculturalcentre.ca.