Beloved children’s singer RAFFI is coming to the Jack Singer Concert Hall in Arts Commons on March 2, 2019.
Due to overwhelming demand, a second RAFFI show has been added!
- Doors open at 12pm | Show starts at 1pm
- Doors open at 3pm | Show starts at 4pm
Every pair of tickets for this show includes the fans choice of a digital download or CD of Dog On The Floor, Baby Beluga, or The Best of Raffi. Purchaser will receive an email with more details about this offer approximately 7 days after ticket purchase.
* VIP Meet and Greet tickets include an opportunity to meet Raffi in person after the show. Proceeds benefit the Raffi Foundation for Child Honouring.
Raffi, North America’s preeminent family entertainer, turns 70 this year, and he is marking the occasion with a new album and a series of #belugagrads concerts.
Raffi is a singer, songwriter, producer, author, lecturer, and tireless advocate for children. He is best known for his work as a children’s entertainer and advocate whose string of gold and platinum-selling recordings includes his iconic song, “Baby Beluga”. Once called “the most popular children’s singer in the English-speaking world” (Washington Post) and “Canada’s all-time children’s champion” (Toronto Star), Raffi is also a recipient of the Order of Canada and the United Nations’ Earth Achievement Award. He has published three books for adults and holds four honorary degrees. He has never advertised to children or made any commercial endorsements aimed at kids. His commitment to treating his young fans with respect has changed society’s outlook on music made for children.
“I love singing for children and families,” says Raffi. “In 2019, I look forward to hearing more ‘beluga grads’ and their kids singing favourites like “Baby Beluga,” ‘Down By The Bay’, ‘Bananaphone’ and a song or two from my new album, Dog on the Floor.”
In 2010, Raffi founded his non-profit Raffi Foundation for Child Honouring. With the motto “Respecting Earth & Child,” the Foundation is at the heart of a global movement that views honouring children as the best way to create sustainable, peacemaking societies.