Kids love Slugs & Bugs

Free concert at Grace Baptist Church in Hope next week

The children’s performer Slugs & Bugs (aka Randall Goodgame) will be giving a free family concert at Grace Baptist Church as part of their U.S./Canada tour. The concert will be at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 9.

Slugs & Bugs offers an energetic and fun experience, especially for families with kids 10 and under.

Slugs & Bugs was born out of a desire to make children’s music that is entertaining for kids and parents alike. Through Goodgame’s energetic vocals and pounding piano, Slugs & Bugs rollicks from bluegrass to dixieland to folk-pop to arena rock with songs you’ll be glad you remember long after the concert is over. It is an interactive show that children will certainly enjoy.

The concert is free and there are no tickets required. If you have any questions contact Jake Giles at Grace Baptist Church: 604-869-5524 or jake@gbchope.com. You can also check Slugs & Bugs out on their website, slugsandbugs.com.

 

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