HOUSTON, TX — In honor of National Children’s Day, The Kids Lets Party! Fest comes to Houston at The Water Works in Buffalo Bayou Park on Saturday, June 25, 2022, presented by the Diaz Music Institute.
A superstar lineup featuring Adassa (the voice of “Dolores” in Disney’s epic hit movie Encanto) performing live – “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” and many other featured songs from the Oscar-winning movie.
Performances will also include That Girl Lay Lay of Nickelodeon and Netflix, a
Selena Tribute by award-winning Tejano singer Isabel Marie, #1 Kids DJ Livia, who performed on the Ellen DeGeneres Show, JD McCrary (Young Simba from Lion King), #1 acapella kids group Acapop Kids (first Houston performance), TikTok sensations (with more than 15 million followers) The Enky Boys, the first bilingual kids group Lil Big Kids, Time magazines “Kid of the Year” Orión Jean, Houston Astros Orbit and some of the members of the Shooting Stars, and much more!
This family event will feature an amazing musical concert and the park’s attractions and activities will include:
▪ Bike rentals and trails
▪ A skatepark
▪ Paddle boating
▪ Boat tours
▪ Play area
▪ Dog park
In addition, arts and crafts kiosks, cultural architecture; beautiful
gardens, and the best skyline view in all of H-Town!
Be on the lookout throughout the day for kids’ favorite characters including CoComelon, Baby Sharks, Paw Patrol, Encanto characters, Elmo, Mickey & Minnie Mouse, and many more.
Between performances, the kids can experience the many fun activities
available, such as a petting zoo, face paintings, games, and activities for all
Tickets are on sale now for only $19.99. Limited VIP packages are available. For vendors, sponsors, or for more information visit; www.kidsletsparty.com.
About Diaz Music Institute
DMI creates opportunities through music education for all children, especially at-risk Latin and children of color, of any income level with the potential of developing a professional career in the music industry and committed to the education, preservation, and Latin music performance. Established in 2000 by its founder Jose Antonio Diaz, Diaz Music Institute (DMI) boasts a rigorous and rewarding learning opportunity of the highest quality. Considered to be the top Hispanic music organization of its kind, DMI’s innovative programming developed by Artistic Director Jose Antonio Diaz has garnered interest and rave reviews across the world. DMI plays an active role in establishing partnerships with schools and other organizations in the city’s lower-income neighborhoods. DMI has developed five programs to serve the need of the Houston area communities, for more information visit: www.DiazMusicInstitute.com.
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