Ancient singers had no microphones, which meant audiences were quieter, and bringing a pet howler monkey to a performance was twice as irritating. Hoot and holler all you want with today’s GrouponLive deal for VIP admission, including reserved seating and a fast pass for attractions, to Arizona Kidstock at Goodyear Ballpark on Saturday, November 12, at 10 a.m. Kids ages 3–12 are considered children and those ages 13 and up are considered adults; children under 2 are admitted for free. Choose from the following options:
- For $10, you get VIP admission for one child (a $24 value, including ticketing fees).
- For $20, you get VIP admission for one adult (a $45.25 value, including ticketing fees).
- For $60, you get VIP admission for two adults and two children (a $138.50 value, including ticketing fees).
- For $120, you get VIP admission for four adults and four children (a $277 value, including ticketing fees).<p>
At Arizona Kidstock, families meander through a ballpark full of live music, edifying activities, and popular PBS characters. Parked in VIP reserved seating on the field, guests dance to headlining artists that include the Kratt Brothers of PBS’s Zoboomafoo and the Elektrolytes as seen on America’s Got Talent. PBS stars including Sid the Science Kid and Maya and Miguel appear throughout the day to pose for photos and dispense stock tips.
In addition to a roster of 42 performing acts, the festival grounds overflow with nine activity zones that cater to patrons of differing age groups. At the Flower Child Village, children five and younger play safely without interference from bossy older siblings or clingy pets. Budding bandmates frolic through a musical petting zoo at the Freedom Rock Experience, which also teaches children how to create music and where to get involved in the local music and dance communities. The Hippy Haven greets teens with portable video-gaming challenges, and the Time Out Zone lets adults practice their golf swing, enjoy soothing chair massages, or join highly confidential support groups for Dora the Explorer addicts.