What goes together like the Zoo and family fun? You and the Imagination Movers! On June 28, 2015, laugh, sing, and dance along with the Emmy-award winning stars of the hit Disney Junior Channel series, The Imagination Movers!

The New Orleans-based Movers — Rich Collins, Scott Durbin, Dave Poche and Scott “Smitty” Smith – are known around the world for their hit preschool TV series, and over the last decade fans in North America, Europe and Asia have discovered that the Movers deliver a highly exhilarating, exciting and exhausting rock concert experience. Now this concert experience is coming to Baltimore for one show only on June 28 at The Maryland Zoo’s Waterfowl Lake Pavilion at 1:00 pm.

Kids and parents will sing along with the Movers’ hooky choruses, learn ridiculous dances and marvel at the sight of confetti cannons, giant smoke rings and, of course, roll after roll of flying toilet paper. The Movers have performed at the White House for two presidents and on “Good Morning America,” “The View” and “Live with Regis and Kelly.” Don’t miss your only chance to see this rockin’ family-friendly concert at the Zoo’s Waterfowl Lake Pavilion. Doors open at 12:00pm and the fun begins at 1:00pm.

“We love and appreciate all of our fans,” says “Mover Dave” Poche. “We can’t wait to put on an amazing show and get to spend time with everybody who helped us create our new CD/DVD. It’s going to be so much fun; we guarantee everybody will need a nap afterward.”

Tickets are $20 for Zoo members, $25 for non-Zoo members and family four-packs are available for $60 (member) or $75 (non-member). Non-member tickets also include admission to the Zoo on show day!

MEET AND GREET THE MOVERS! You can add an extra special experience to any ticket! For an additional $25, fans can attend a special meet and greet where they’ll be able to chat with the band, take pics and get autographs. Children must attend the meet and greet with an adult. One VIP ticket per person is required for ages 2 and up.

The Imagination Movers Live show is sponsored by Mount Washington Pediatric Hospital. Tickets for the show and the special “Meet and Greet” are on sale now.