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Joanie Leeds brings the party to the Brooklyn Children’s Museum this month.

On April 16, the rocker celebrates her new album, “What a Zoo!” with a show at the Crown Heights institution. Her band, The Nightlights, will perform new music, of course, but the show will also feature sing-a-longs, blow-up animals, and beach balls.

This show is sure to be a high energy, interactive experience from start to finish, featuring such Leeds favorites as “I’m a Rock Star,” “Blast Off,” and “More Cowbell,” along with an array of songs from “What a Zoo!” including “My Butterfly,” “Wimoweh,” “Mosquitoes,” “Happy As A Clam,” and “Possum.”

Kids will be shaking — and stopping — like crazy during Leeds’s “Freeze Dance” song, and she’ll give away prizes to all the awesome dancers, so come ready to bust a move.

Joanie Leeds and the Nightlights at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum [145 Brooklyn Ave. at St. Marks Avenue in Crown Heights, (718) 735-4400], April 16 at 1 pm and 2 pm. Admission $7.50. For info, visit www.citykidmusic.com.

Posted 12:00 am, August 4, 2011
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