Based on their successful touring stage show, the first ever VeggieTales Live! Sing Yourself Silly DVD is coming to a Christian retail store near you on Saturday, June 4, 2011 and everywhere June 7!  Garnering attention far and wide from media critics and fans alike, see what the buzz is all about:

“Highly energetic and entertaining…this DVD proves this musical revue might even make adults get up and dance.”—ChristianCinema.com

VeggieTales Live! Sing Yourself Silly has all the excitement and fun of being part of a live show while enjoying your own snacks in the comfort of your living room!” –Examiner.com

“Getting to see the Veggie characters interacting live on a stage with each other and the live cast was such a treat, bringing the classic songs to a new level of enjoyment…”—JesusFreakHideout.com

“From the moment the VeggieTales friends take the stage in this live-action DVD…you know you are in for a treat!”—Suite101.com

“The first-ever live show DVD from Big Idea Entertainment is this delightful collection of the silliest silly songs ever sung…”—Movie Mom, Beliefnet.com

“After watching VeggieTales Live on DVD, my little guy asked if we could put in another VeggieTales DVD, renewing his curiosity to learn more about God and the VeggieTales characters.”—MommaFindings.com

Get Your Own Backstage Pass with Some Great Bonus Features!

The VeggieTales Live! Sing Yourself Silly DVD features a VeggieTales Trivia Game, Discussion Guide and some of the most popular Silly Sing Alongs ever, like “The Hairbrush Song” and “The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything,” as well as Larry’s Backstage Pass, giving you a first-hand look behind the scenes of VeggieTales Live! Click this link to watch now, Larry’s Backstage Pass, or go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3TSoEYkMnAQ.

Lesson in Sharing Provides Timely Opportunity to Help Children in Need through World Vision:
Big Idea is partnering with Christian charity World Vision in order to build a greater awareness of how families can help and care for those in need through child sponsorship. To learn more about opportunities to help or to sponsor a child, please visit www.worldvision.org.


Check out the all new VeggieTales website just for kids at www.VeggieTales.com, the highly interactive and entertaining site for fun and games, as well as more information on Big Idea’s upcoming projects, including VeggieTales Live! Sing Yourself Silly.


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