The Peanuts Gang has teamed up with Jelly of the Month Club for a high-energy rock concert that is perfect for people of all ages to rock out to! With Snoopy’s unique take on your favorite classic rock artists, this show provides fun music and a great atmosphere for a music festival you will never forget! Plus, Jelly of the Month Club sings super silly songs and come clothed in crazy costumes that are truly a show-stopper.
The band starts off the night by singing some of their hit songs, including Peanut Butter Jellyfish Sandwich - where they explained how The Jelly of the Month Club likes to make a sandwich, Mustaches - where the lead singer musically explains his secret to business success emanates from his handlebar mustache, and The Pie Song - that teaches you everything you need to know about Pie…but also Pi. With the bands killer dance moves and rockin’ good tunes, it will be almost impossible to not groove along, just like Charlie, Lucy and Linus do! Woodstock’s Musical Festival has so many colors and visuals, you won’t be able to look away!
Throughout the show, there are a variety of “special guests” who make an appearance onstage alongside the Peanuts Gang and Jelly of the Month Club. We welcomed Jimi Houndrix, jamming out on his electric guitar, Fido Mercury, belting out some of his most famous songs, Sir Barks-A-lot who upsets Lucy because she gets SMACKED with dog germs, and BEAG-O performing in song and dance with the band on stage! At the end of the concert, there is a surprise guest that will be coming on stage to rock out with the rest of the group. Be sure to come to watch the show every weekend night at our Superior Stages at 7:30 PM and 9:00 PM during Peanuts Celebration.
About the Jelly of the Month Club
The members of Jelly of the Month Club reside from Los Angeles, California where they live and make their music. One of their band members was a saxophonist for Sublime and is even a full-time doctor with a practice in Newport Beach! They are a band who specializes in playing the genre of children’s music, but they do not want to “baby down” their music. “I never listened to those ‘2+2=4’-type songs. And there aren’t that many options for kids that don’t want to listen to the same old kid’s music,” said Jelly’s guitarist Mr. Crumb. Instead, they want kids to get down to their music. The goal they want to accomplish with their music and performances is to inspire kids to “pick up an instrument and start playing themselves”.