Big Idea Entertainment Proudly Presents VeggieTales® Live! Sing Yourself Silly

Exclusive Online Streaming Event Takes Place

This Friday, November 26th LIVE at

BigIdea.com/liveshow!

Who:
  • Join Bob Larry and all of your favorite VeggieTales characters for a super-special LIVE streaming event exclusively on BigIdea.com/liveshow.
What:
  • VeggieTales fans will have the opportunity for the first time ever to attend an online “performance” of the VeggieTales Live! Sing Yourself Silly Tour!
  • This exclusive streaming event features Bob, Larry and the whole crew as they present the silliest Silly Song Countdown ever.
  • A high-energy song and dance spectacular for the whole family featuring a lesson in sharing, the Sing Yourself Silly show includes classic silly songs such as such as “His Cheeseburger,” “I Love My Lips,” and “The Hairbrush Song.” Also included are soon-to-be fan favorites from the latest Bob & Larry Sing the ‘80s CD project, including “Gourds Just Want to Have Fun,” “Footloose,” and “Walking on Sunshine.”
When:
  • Friday, November 26th, 2010, 7:00 PM EDT
Where:
Coming Soon:
  • Stay tuned for the May 3rd DVD release of VeggieTales Live! Sing Yourself Silly recently recorded during the live show at World Outreach Church in Murfreesboro, TN.

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