Keller Auditorium | Portland, OR
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Grab your kids, it’s the Wow In The World Pop Up Party: Laboratory of Bad Ideas coming to Keller Auditorium on Sunday, September 4th 2022. The number 1 podcast for kids and their grown-ups, now a live show. Hosted by Mindy Thomas and Guy Raz along with a special guest between science themed songs from the Pop Ups! Grab some tickets and come along for some STEM-themed interactive games and folly infused comedy skits. This highly interactive show will engage curious kids and their grown-ups in science, wonder, and music and leave them all saying "WOW!"
From episode one, the Wow In The World podcast tapped straight into the thumping vein of modern parenting culture. The science is fresh and fact-checked, the jokes are perfectly timed, with some aimed at parents and some aimed at kids. The podcast reached more than half a million downloads in the first four weeks, and is now the undisputed number 1 kids podcast.
Journalist, correspondent and radio host, Guy Raz has been described by The New York Times as "one of the most popular podcasters in history," he became the first podcast creator to simultaneously have three shows in the Apple Podcast chart's Top 20 shows, and his podcasts have a combined monthly audience of 19.2 million downloads.
Cocreator, cohost, and head writer of the award-winning, Wow in the World, and, Two Whats?! and a Wow! podcasts Mindy Thomas is a Gracie award-winning host of the Absolutely Mindy Show. Mindy believes that childhood thrives at the intersection of imagination and curiosity, and finds that her best work does too.
From Brooklyn, New York, The Pop Ups is Jason Rabinowitz and Jacob Stein. Recognized by Time Out, New York Kids as one of the top 15 kids’ music bands in the nation. They made their national TV debut on Sprout's "Sunny Side Up Show" in April 2014, and that same year released their third album “Appetite For Construction” to critical acclaim, and were nominated for a Grammy Award in the Best Children's Album category. Their latest album, Giants of Science, came out in 2018.