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Yo Gabba Gabba

Yo Gabba Gabba! Live!: It's Time to Dance! hits over 50 cities in North America this fall. Hip hop legend Biz Markie and "Razzle Dazzle Gabba!-favorite "Leslie Hall join DJ Lance Rock and the colorful cast of characters on the new live tour. The trip kicks off in Minneapolis at the State Theatre on Thursday, September 15 and includes a six-shows-in-three-day run at NYC's Beacon Theatre on October 14-16 (shows are 11am, 2pm and 5pm). Other area dates include two shows at Nassau Coliseum on October 1 (2pm and 5pm) and NJ's State Theatre on October 11-12. Tickets are on Citi cardmember pre-sale now, go on other pre-sales Friday (6/3) at 10 AM, and then eventually on general sale starting Monday (6/6) at 10 AM.

All tour dates and some videos below...

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Jack Black on Yo Gabba Gabba

CHROMEO - "Nice N Clean" - Yo Gabba Gabba

LESLIE HALL - Razzle Dazzle Dancey Dance - YO GABBA GABBA

Dont Bite your friends!

Yo Gabba Gabba Live

YO GABBA GABBA! LIVE! - 2011 Tour Dates
Thursday, September 15 - Minneapolis, State Theatre
Friday, September 16 - Milwaukee, Riverside Theatre
Saturday, September 17 - St. Louis, Fox Theatre
Sunday, September 18 - Indianapolis, Clowes Memorial Hall of Butler University
Tuesday, September 20 - Cincinnati, Aronoff Center for the Arts
Thursday, September 22 - Toronto, Sony Centre
Friday, September 23 - Detroit, Fox Theatre
Saturday, September 24 - Chicago, Rosemont Theatre
Sunday, September 25 - Chicago, Rosemont Theatre
Tuesday, September 27 - Akron, Akron Civic Theatre
Wednesday, September 28 - Roanoke, Roanoke Performing Arts Theater
Friday, September 30 - Fairfax, VA, Patriot Center
Saturday, October 1 - Uniondale, Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Sunday, October 2 - Boston, Agganis Arena at BU
Tuesday, October 4 - Buffalo, UB Center for the Arts
Wednesday, October 5 - Albany, Palace Theatre
Friday, October 7 - Philadelphia, Tower Theatre
Saturday, October 8 - Pittsburgh, Petersen Events Center
Sunday, October 9 - Hershey, Hershey Theatre
Tuesday, October 11 - New Brunswick, State Theatre
Wednesday, October 12 - New Brunswick, State Theatre
Friday, October 14 - New York, Beacon Theatre
Saturday, October 15 - New York, Beacon Theatre
Sunday, October 16 - New York, Beacon Theatre
Tuesday, October 18 - Scranton, PA, Scranton Cultural Center
Wednesday, October 19 - Norfolk, Chrysler Hall
Friday, October 21 - Charleston, WV, Municipal Auditorium
Saturday, October 22 - Richmond, Landmark Theater
Sunday, October 23 - Greensboro, War Memorial Auditorium
Tuesday, October 25 - North Charleston, SC, North Charleston Performing Arts Center
Wednesday, October 26 - Columbia, SC, Township Auditorium
Friday, October 28 - Charlotte, Ovens Auditorium
Saturday, October 29 - Charlotte, Ovens Auditorium
Sunday, October 30 - Atlanta, Fox Theatre
Tuesday, November 1 - Raleigh, Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts
Wednesday, November 2 - Knoxville, Tennessee Theatre
Friday, November 4 - Memphis, Orpheum Theatre
Saturday, November 5 - Tulsa, BOK Center
Sunday, November 6 - Kansas City, Music Hall
Tuesday, November 8 - Denver, 1st Bank Center
Wednesday, November 9 - Salt Lake City, Kingsbury Hall
Friday, November 11 - Vancouver, Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Saturday, November 12 - Seattle, Paramount Theatre
Sunday, November 13 - Seattle, Paramount Theatre
Tuesday, November 15 - Sacramento, Memorial Auditorium
Wednesday, November 16 - Reno, Reno Events Center
Friday, November 18 - Fresno, Save Mart Center
Saturday, November 19 - San Jose, San Jose Civic Auditorium
Sunday, November 20 - San Diego, San Diego Civic Theatre
Tuesday, November 22 - Bakersfield, Rabobank Theater
Friday, November 25 - Los Angeles, Nokia Theatre
Saturday, November 26 - Los Angeles, Nokia Theatre
Sunday, November 27 - Las Vegas, Orleans Arena
Tuesday, November 29 - El Paso, Abraham Chavez Theatre
Wednesday, November 30 - San Antonio, Lila Cockrell Theatre
Friday, December 2 - Houston, Verizon Wireless Theatre
Saturday, December 3 - Dallas, Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
Sunday, December 4 - Austin, Cedar Park Center
Tuesday, December 6 - New Orleans, Mahalia Jackson Theatre
Wednesday, December 7 - Tallahassee, Tallahassee Leon County Civic Center
Friday, December 9 - St. Petersburg, FL, Mahaffey Theater
Saturday, December 10 - Fort Lauderdale, Broward Center
Sunday, December 11 - Fort Lauderdale, Broward Center

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Comments (11)

We went and saw them when Devandra Banhardt came out on stage a couple of years ago. My kids hate this show already!

Posted by Anonymous | June 2, 2011 2:02 PM

more than makes up for the lack of lcd

Posted by Anonymous | June 2, 2011 2:06 PM

hey nowwwwww

Posted by Anonymous | June 2, 2011 2:13 PM

I can't help but love DJ Lance Rock!

Posted by The Dubstep Blog | June 2, 2011 2:21 PM

I'm just happy to see Biz Markie in a steady paying gig.

Posted by Anonymous | June 2, 2011 2:28 PM

What's more uncomfortable and cringe-inducing -- Christian Rock or Kiddie Rock?

This Yo Gabba and Dan Zanes and They Might Be Giants, please stop. It's creepy.

Posted by Anonymous | June 2, 2011 2:29 PM

its not that creepy if you have a kid.

Posted by Anonymous | June 2, 2011 2:43 PM

"I'm just happy to see Biz Markie in a steady paying gig."

Probably won't last long.

Posted by Anonymous | June 2, 2011 2:50 PM

Gotta love the anon hipster comments about a harmless and fun kids show. "Creepy?" Go choke on your lcd, I'll rock out with DJ Lance and the gang anyday over you dweebs.

Posted by chris larry | June 2, 2011 9:11 PM

What's more uncomfortable and cringe-inducing

Posted by sázkové kanceláře | October 18, 2011 2:28 PM

sorry, that damned smoke detector is too high for me (sometimes sound & sometimes silent) and Jack Black episode unpredictible so I just take my camera and recorded it for my son. He's crazy with this episode :))

Posted by nopalax.com | June 7, 2012 6:11 PM

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