The live tour is introducing new peformers and new songs! | Source: Kidz Bop

Bop to the beat of new kids’ music

Kidz Bop has been around for more than 20 years — long enough for many adults to remember the days of listening to it in the car — and the music brand is still going strong. Kidz Bop songs are generally regular hit songs with portions of the lyrics edited to be more kid-appropriate, and then sung by kids.

A new live tour is in the works, called Kidz Bop Never Stop. The tour announcement comes with the release of the new album Kidz Bop 2023, which is now available to listen to. The series of live events are happening this summer in partnership with Live Nation across a number of cities in the U.S. and Canada.

The new Kidz Bop songs feature fun energy and kids having a blast singing along. | Source: Kidz Bop

The new tour will introduce new songs and new Kidz Bop performers as Jackson, Kiya, Shila, and Tyler make their touring debut. Songs such as “Anti-Hero,” “Sunroof,” and “Late Night Talking” will get new energy at kid-filled concerts. 

The concerts will be fun for the whole family, with features like the Daddy Dance Off, giving dads their moment to shine, and new special effects and dancing to really make the experience pop. Kidz Bop Never Stop will make stops in Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Detroit, Los Angeles, New York, Toronto, and other major cities, so most people should be able to find a concert spot not too far off. 

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Presales for Kidz Bop Never Stop begin today for any Citi card members and public ticket sales start on Jan. 27, so kids that can’t miss the new Bop content will want to get on it.  There are a number of different options for tickets, including VIP passes that feature a meet and greet with the Kidz Bop kids. More information is available on the Kidz Bop website as well as

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