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Fri 12 Jul 2019

PBS are thrilled to reveal Australia’s iconic electro-punk heroes turned-children’s performers Regurgitator will bring their eccentric kid’s music project Regurgitator’s Pogogo Show to the next instalment of Rock-A-Bye Baby during the 2019 Leaps and Bounds Festival.

Coinciding with Rock-A-Bye Baby’s ten-year anniversary, this special celebration takes place at the Corner Hotel on Friday 12 July from 11.30am, Regurgitator’s Pogogo Show will transform the darkened pockets of the bandroom into a hyper-coloured, bubble-gum flavoured jumping castle of epic G-rated proportions, with music pulled from the band’s latest endeavour, The Really Really Really Really Boring Album. 

The new collection of songs is about as silly and cheeky as a record can get, whilst still offering a G-rating sutiable for the tiny folk. Featuring instant ear wriggling tunes such as 'The Box' and 'Pillow Fight', this is set to be the silliest Rock-A-Bye Baby to date and sure to bring a smile to little faces.

Regurgitator's Pogogo Show - The Box (Official Video)

 

PBS’ Rock-A-Bye Baby music sessions are family friendly, daytime shows for adults and kids alike. Welcoming noise, encouraging crawling with dancing expected, PBS’ Rock-A-Bye-Baby music sessions feature artists from all genres and cultures, helping inspire the next generation of punters in music-mad Melbourne.

Tickets $10 for PBS members / $15 for future members / kids and first 50 concession card holders free. Tickets on sale now via the Corner Hotel website. PBS members can email for their discount code. 

 

Rock-A-Bye Baby with Regurgitator's Pogogo Show

Friday July 12, doors 11.30am for a 12pm performance

Corner Hotel, Swan St Richmond

This event is part of Leaps and Bounds Music Festival and is proudly supported by the City of Yarra and RMIT Music Industry.

 

Cover image by Savannah van der Niet.

We would like to acknowledge that this event takes place on the land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We acknowledge elders of this land, past, present and emerging.