Event Information

Supersonic Kids Gigs are designed as a way of introducing children to experimental music - big sounds for little people! This gig takes place as part of the 15th Supersonic Festival, and Little Earthquake’s MoonFest - celebrating the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. 

Join us to celebrate discovery and exploration in adventurous music led by the Superspecial, extra-terrestrial Paddy Steer. His wild, live shows err daringly on the frontiers of chaotic abstraction, expression and focussed blunder. From behind an array of stacked musical instruments the artist gargles through a vocoder with his xylophone, all a-clatter under disco lights and doilies. This promises to be a wildly adventurous voyage into the unknown realms of music and art - space exploration fancy dress is strongly recommended although not essential! 

Supersonic Festival runs 19-21 July 2019. See website here for line up.  

Please note that this is a standing, stomping, dancing event! There will be some mat seating available but please do contact our Sales & Information team in advance if you have specific access requirements that we could help you with.

50 years after the Apollo 11 moon landing, MAC Associate Company Little Earthquake is joining forces with Midlands Arts Centre and the University of Birmingham to celebrate this special anniversary in spectacular style. MoonFest is a nine-day programme of moon inspired events, performances, screenings and activities created with artists, academics and audience members.

As part of MoonFestLittle Earthquake, MAC and Supersonic Festival present: 

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