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Kidz Bop, Sky Kids Expand Partnership with New Fitness Series and Live Concert Special

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A new fitness series and a Kidz Bop live concert special have been announced.

Kidz Bop continues to expand its partnership with British broadcaster, Sky Kids, announcing the debut of a new fitness series, “Kidz Bop Presents: MOVE IT!” and a Kidz Bop live concert special, “Kidz Bop Live in Concert,” this April and May, respectively.

“Sky has been very supportive of the Kidz Bop brand and makes an ideal media partner in the U.K.,” says Sasha Junk, president, Kidz Bop. “Kids and families will love the new fitness series and live concert special. We look forward to continuing to work with Sky to create even more fun and compelling content for British audiences.”

“Kidz Bop Presents: MOVE IT!” with Max and Ashton is available exclusively on Sky Kids now. In this short form series, kids can follow Max and Ashton through 20 five-minute home workout exercises, from different levels of stretching, strength, cardio, movement and cool down.

Kidz Bop’s first-ever U.K. live concert special, ‘Kidz Bop Live in Concert,’ will premiere exclusively on Sky One on May 30 and an extended version will be available on Sky Kids on demand.

“We know how much kids love watching Kidz Bop on Sky, and how disappointed their fans were when COVID-19 meant that they would not be able to see the Kidz Bop Kids live on tour in 2020,” says Lucy Murphy, director, kids content, U.K. & ROI, Sky Kids. “I’m so delighted that Sky Kids could film a special concert for all Sky viewers and that 150 Sky VIP families were able to join in for the virtual audience!”

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