Release Date: February 27, 2017

Upcoming Concerts for Families at the Jewish Museum

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The Pop Ups, March 12 at 11:30am
The Paper Bag Players, March 19 at 2pm

New York, NY, February 15, 2017 –The Jewish Museum will host two exciting concerts for families in March.

The two-time Grammy-nominated kids’ indie rock duo The Pop Ups will perform at the Museum on Sunday, March 12 at 11:30am. The Pop Ups will take kids on an adventure inspired by their acclaimed album and Amazon video special, Great Pretenders Club. The duo transports audiences into a world where imagination becomes reality with a fire-stomping rhino, dancing robots, giant insects, live drawing, huge balloons, and a costume party for Purim. This highly interactive show is propelled by dance beats that will catapult both young and old out of their seats.

The Paper Bag Players—celebrating their 58th year of bringing original, contemporary musical theater to kids—return to the Museum with Trip to the Moon on Sunday, March 19 at 2pm. Children will delight in the Paper Bag Players’ classic blend of cardboard and paper sets, whimsical stories, lovable characters, and live music that will have them singing and dancing in the aisles.

Tickets to both concerts are $16 general; $13 Jewish Museum family level members. The concerts are for children ages 3 to 8. Adults are asked to accompany their children.

Tickets for The Pop Ups on Sunday, March 19 at 2pm, can be  purchased online here.

Tickets for The Paper Bag Players on Sunday, March 19 at 11:30am, can be purchased online here.

For further information regarding family programs at the Jewish Museum, the public may call 212.423.3337.

The Edgar M. Bronfman Center for Education’s school and family programs are supported by endowed funds established by the Bronfman Family, the Muriel and William Rand Fund, the William Randolph Hearst Foundation, the Helena Rubinstein Foundation, Rosalie Klein Adolf, the Kekst Family, and Mrs. Ida C. Schwartz in memory of Mr. Bernard S. Schwartz. Family programming is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with Councilmember Daniel R. Garodnick and the City Council.

About the Jewish Museum

Located on Museum Mile at Fifth Avenue and 92nd Street, the Jewish Museum is one of the world's preeminent institutions devoted to exploring art and Jewish culture from ancient to contemporary, offering intellectually engaging, educational, and provocative exhibitions and programs for people of all ages and backgrounds. The Museum was established in 1904, when Judge Mayer Sulzberger donated a group of objects to The Jewish Theological Seminary as the core of a museum collection. Today, the Museum maintains a collection of nearly 30,000 works of art, artifacts, and broadcast media reflecting global Jewish identity, and presents a diverse schedule of internationally acclaimed temporary exhibitions.  

The Jewish Museum is located at 1109 Fifth Avenue at 92nd Street, New York City. Museum hours are Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday, 11 am to 5:45 pm; Thursday, 11 am to 8 pm; and Friday, 11 am to 4 pm.  Museum admission is $15.00 for adults, $12.00 for senior citizens, $7.50 for students, free for visitors 18 and under and Jewish Museum members.  Admission is Pay What You Wish on Thursdays from 5pm to 8pm and free on Saturdays.  For information on the Jewish Museum, the public may call 212.423.3200 or visit the website at

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The Jewish Museum
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