High quality family entertainment is hard to find sometimes. This is especially true when looking for a performance that the whole family can attend and get something out of. When something comes to or through the northwest, it deserves to get some attention.
The percussion performance group STOMP is going to make a swing through the Pacific Northwest soon and they put on the kind of show that you and the kids will remember for a very long time. They take what to you and I are unusual items, but to them are normal percussion instruments, like plungers, sinks, trash cans, hub caps, wooden handles, buckets, chests, plastic bins, and more and make beautiful music. This is a one of a kind performance. If you or your kids have a love for music, percussion, or performance art, then this is the show for you.
STOMP will be at the Moore Theatre in Seattle from January 26 through January 31st.
You’ll be able to take in a STOMP performance in Wenatchee, Washington on February 1st.
STOMP will perform on February 2nd at the Adams Center Fieldhouse on the campus of the University of Montana.
STOMP can also be seen February 3rd when they take their performance to Idaho Falls, Idaho.
The whole family will love a show like this that brings the rhythm, percussion, dance, and performance art that is seldom seen in these parts right before their eyes. You’ll definitely have something to talk about on the ride home.