Yo Gabba Gabba is AWESOME. / by jen geigley

Saturday was the big day! Our little fam drove to Kansas City to see Yo Gabba Gabba Live, and we had such an amazing day. We spent the first part of the day at the Plaza, and then the show was at the AMC by Midland downtown in the Power and Light district, which is such a cool area.
When the lights came down and D.J. Lance Rock stepped out, opened up the boombox and our favorite friends were standing there, I seriously had a tear in my eye because I could tell Lo loved it so much. We all loved it!
We saw lots of our favorite characters, like Archibald the worm and Gooble. The stage show was fantastic, we loved the choreography, and D.J. Lance Rock did an awesome job heading the live show.
As you'd expect, there was tons of dancing, we heard all of our favorite songs and the graphics and lights on stage were completely rad.
The Super Music Friends guest stars were the talented ladies of SHEL. (They sang a song called Blueberry Rubber Band, which has become Lo's new favorite song.)
And the one and only Midwest Diva Leslie Hall performed the Peanut Butter Stomp.
 We love Leslie and were so stoked to see her 'go crazy!!'
Biz Markie blew our minds with some killer beat boxing and did Biz's Beat of the Day with kids from the audience. Which was adorable.
 And our kiddo was mesmerized from start to finish, soaking it all in. She truly loved it.
There was a balloon drop, bubbles, dancey-dances, confetti ... the works. What else could a kid want?
Our favorite part of the show was Brobee's Party in my Tummy. Love the song, love love love the costumed characters. They went all out!
 But then, sadly, it was almost time to say goodbye. (I think everyone was sad it was over.)
Lo waved to Brobee, Muno, Plex, Foofa and Toodee as they each sang their part of the goodbye song and went back into their boombox home. (We explained that they had to go back home to California to make more awesome episodes ... it's tough to say goodbye!)
Such a perfect ending (and D.J. Lance even came back on the screen a couple of times to say goodbye again.) Our whole family had an amazing time and we can't wait to see them on tour again someday. (Thanks, Yo Gabba Gabba, for an awesome time!)