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Celebrate! Award-Winning Hi-5 Announce 2002 Tour - Live On Stage

Hi-5 Australia’s No. 1 children’s group and winners of numerous awards, including two consecutive Logie Awards for most Outstanding Children’s Program, and the 2001 Helpmann award for Best Children’s Presentation for the 2001 stage show “Hi-5 Alive”, will have parents and kids alike celebrating their return!

Following sell-out national tours in 1999, 2000 and 2001, Hi-5 announce they will tour a brand new show, “Hi-5 Celebrate” touring nationally from August, 2002. Hi-5 Celebrate will feature some of the group’s most well known tunes as well as songs from the Nine Network television series currently being recorded in Sydney.

“The shows are educational and fun” says tour promoter Andrew Kay (Managing Director of International Concert Attractions). “Children are genuinely able to engage with the show’s interactive segments, and the parents have a great time too!”

Designed for today’s media-literate two to eight-year-olds, the talented and vibrant Hi-5 cast members, present a show that has music and movement, and celebrates the differences in children.

As with all Hi-5 shows, the members, Kathleen De Leon, Nathan Foley, Tim Harding, Kellie Hoggart and Charli Robinson sing and dance with such warmth, energy and enthusiasm, it’s infectious!

You can catch Hi-5's Celebrate show at... Napier Rotorua Napier Municipal Theatre Rotorua International Stadium Tuesday 3rd December Wednesday 4th December Bookings: (09) 835 1059 Bookings: (07) 350 2244

Auckland Wellington Civic Theatre Wellington Town Hall 5th – 8th December 11th – 12th December Bookings: (09) 307 5000 Bookings: (04) 384 3840

Christchurch Town Hall Sunday 15th December Bookings: (03) 377 8899

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