The Big Doozie Presents: Splash 'n Boots
February 22, 2014
Splash'N Boots have been rocking across the world with their interactive musical concert. From
Australia, to Europe, Bermuda to the Middle East, they are SO excited to be here in ______ with you
today. You may have seen them on Treehouse TV with their music video "For the Love of Dance, and
as hosts of the show "Roll Play". They have been hailed as "The Canadian Wiggles" the "U2 of
Children's Entertainment" and recently were awarded 2012 Canadian Children's Music Group of the
Year. They would love to meet each and every one of you after the show so make sure you meet
them in the lobby to say hello. Are you guys ready to rock?! Put your hands together and make some
noise for: Splash'N Boots.
Crowned 2012 Canadian Children's Group of the Year at the SiriusXM Indie Awards, Splash'N Boots
have been bringing their infectious melodies into the lives of families around the globe. Never showing
any signs of slowing down, the cutting-edge duo recently wrote and recorded their sixth full-length
album all while performing over 200 live concerts in 2012 alone. The album, “Coconuts Don't Fall Far
From the Tree”, shot right up to number one on Bandcamp in its first week of being released.
With their music videos now on heavy rotation on Treehouse TV, Splash’N Boots started out as a
2004 Queen's University class project. They have since released six albums, two full-length DVDs and
have performed in over 1,500 theatre and festival shows. In addition, the breakthrough duo's new
album was written in collaboration with their fans. The 15 song titles as well as the album's name were
all chosen by their ever devoted Facebook following.
From social media, to their online kitchen jams, to their philanthropy with organizations such as Sick
Kids Hospital, Splash'N Boots are constantly connected with their fans. Having a genuine talent and
passion for their craft both on and off the stage, Splash'N Boots continually prove to have an
undeniably fresh approach to children’s entertainment.