The Wiggles are coming to Mission on October 28 for a special concert.

The Wiggles present their Rock and Roll tour

Popular children's entertainers to play Mission's Clarke Theatre in October.

Get ready to clap your hands, tap your toes and wiggle your way through a fun concert as The Wiggles are coming to Mission.

Following on the heels of their smash hit Australian tour of 145 sell-out shows with 100,000 tickets sold, the wildly popular children’s entertainment group, The Wiggles, will return to Canada this fall with their incomparable brand of preschool entertainment for their “Rock & Roll Preschool” tour.

Ready to once again delight families across the country, they will be touring in support of their brand new CD and DVD, Rock & Roll Preschool, as well as a new season of their hit TV series airing on Treehouse.

Joined on stage by their lovable friends Dorothy the Dinosaur, Captain Feathersword, Wags the Dog and Henry the Octopus, founding member Anthony Field (Blue Wiggle), Emma Watkins (Yellow Wiggle), Simon Pryce (Red Wiggle) and Lachlan Gillespie (Purple Wiggle) can’t wait to deliver a rocking good time for their audiences.

The tour will include their wiggly favourites and new music from the Rock & Roll Preschool album. Kids will shake to That’s the Sound of Rock & Roll, rise and shine with Wake Up!, and be the coolest kid in preschool with I Want a Leather Jacket.

The show takes place October 28 at 6:30 p.m. at the Clarke Theatre in Mission and tickets are available now.

 

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