23 Skidoo brings family funk show to DPAC

By DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, October 29, 2021 Media Release, News + Announcements

[About a 2 MIN read]

23 Skidoo presents The Secret Agency
23 Skidoo presents The Secret Agency

23 Skidoo brings family funk show to DPAC

By DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, October 29, 2021 Media Release, News + Announcements

[About a 2 MIN read]

Grammy-Winning Family Hip Hop Band 23 Skidoo presents The Secret Agency coming to DeBartolo Performing Arts Center Presenting Series

The center invites families with children of all ages to sing and dance along with the Grammy Award-winning group 23 Skidoo presents The Secret Agency. The family hip hop crew with a solid gold soul performs Saturday, November 13, 2021, at 11 a.m. All tickets are $5. However, families may order up to four free student tickets for children under age 18 with the purchase of one regular-priced ticket; the discount is automatically applied at checkout.

To enjoy this concert, all family members including children, must wear masks to enter the center and throughout the concert. Free disposable adult and child-sized masks along with sanitizer stations are available at the center’s north and south lobby entrances. All concessions sales remain suspended at this time.

“We want our family programming to be fun, enhance literacy, and develop kids’ love for the arts while reflecting the diverse interests and lives of the communities we serve.”

Sean Martin
Associate Director of Programming and Engagement

“We’re delighted to bring in Grammy-award winners Secret Agent 23 Skidoo to welcome families and kids back to DPAC,” said Sean Martin, associate director of programming and engagement. “Bringing the community a variety of high-quality independent music at a very affordable ticket price is a win-win for families. We’ve selected folk, pop, and rock family music artists over the past few years and it was natural to next add hip hop and rap into the mix.” Like previous family concerts, Martin cited the universal appeal of positive, educational messages as key reasons to attend. “We want our family programming to be fun, enhance literacy, and develop kids’ love for the arts while reflecting the diverse interests and lives of the communities we serve.”