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Kidz Bop to Soar Across the U.K.

TAGS: Kidz Bop
A new deal expansion with Sky extends Kidz Bop across the U.K.

Kidz Bop has announced an expansion of its partnership with Sky. 
As part of the broadcaster’s Sky VIP loyalty program, Kidz Bop will be offering three exclusive virtual workshops to all Sky VIP customers. The workshops, hosted by the Kidz Bop Kids, will allow fans to be able to sing and dance along with the Kidz Bop U.K. official vocal coach and choreographer teaching dance moves from Kidz Bop music videos and vocal techniques used on Kidz Bop songs. 
This news coincides with the release of a physical version of the latest album “Kidz Bop Party Playlist!” via Universal Music on Demand, which is available to buy at leading retailers. “Kidz Bop Party Playlist!” is the sixth album featuring the British Kidz Bop Kids.
“Kidz Bop Party Playlist!” features family-friendly versions of pop hits, including “Dance Monkey,” “Uptown Funk,” “Havana” and “Shut Up And Dance.” Music videos for “Dance Monkey,” “Don’t Start Now” and “Wings" have been released on the U.K. Kidz Bop YouTube Channel. 

Kidz Bop, in partnership with the Youth Sport Trust, recently unveiled the brand-new video, “Dance Monkey – Home Edition.” The video, which has had more than 80,000 views in just a short space of time, features British families and the Kidz Bop Kids dancing along in their homes to Kidz Bop’s version of “Dance Monkey,” to encourage families to stay active while at home.  
The British Kidz Bop Kids are bringing the “Kidz Bop World Tour” to venues in the U.K., kicking off in March 2021, including The Palladium in London, Empire Theatre in Liverpool, Symphony Hall in Birmingham, SEC Armadillo in Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham, St. David’s Hall in Cardiff and Bridgewater Hall in Manchester.

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