Come to a show!
Charity performs as a solo artist and with her JAMband at a variety of venues around the Bay. Come to our shows prepared for a happy, healthy, engaging, child-centric yet parent-friendly experience. These events are a rocking celebration of coming together as one big family, united by song, dance and love!
We are renowned for our funky and unforgettable grooves, singalong melodies, and lyrics that talk up to kids. And all of our songs have accompanying choreography, so the mosh pit is always grooving.
If you would like to celebrate your child's birthday at a show, visit our JAM birthdays page.
See you at the show! Scroll down for all dates...
Saturday, December 14, 10am
winter solstice concert
black bird book store, 4033 judah st, sf
Join Charity for a seasonal song-and-dance show about the light and the dark, stars and moons, rest and awakening. We'll be inside if it's rainy, or out in the sweet little back garden if weather allows. The show is free!
Book Store Web Site.
Saturday, december 31, 11am-12pm
noon year's eve party for kids!
foster city library, 1000 E Hillsdale Blvd, Foster City
Come celebrate the turning of the year with your family at a time of day when the kids are actually awake! We'll sing, dance and celebrate, and then have a community countdown to NOON!
Free and open to the public
Saturday, january 11, 10-11am
mindfulness & yoga concert
burlingame umc, 1443 howard ave, burlingame
Join me for a highly interactive, joyful and playful concert that will inspire us to sing, dance, stretch, breathe, ground, imagine & connect.
My musical engagement with children and families will be supported by mindfulness practices that speak to children in their own language, encouraging presence, ease, joy and love. Other side benefits: early literacy, sensory motor integration, healthy brain development, self-compassion, laughter and fun!
We'll open the concert with a short session of guided Pranayama practice (yoga breathing) guided by UMC Cooperative Nursery School parent Katharine Otis.
Info and Tickets Here (on sale december 9).
Saturday, january 25, 7:30-10:30pm
Concert with the invisible bee!
The Lost Church, 65 Capp st, san francisco
Join us in this intimate venue for an evening of gorgeous, relevant and heart-opening music from our two recently-released albums, "Brokedown Palace" and "Incurable Love". This is our "grown-up" music, but teens are welcome, too!
The Invisible Bee is creating a soundtrack for the Anthropocene. We are living in unprecedented times, faced with many forms of violence against humans, animals, and ecosystems. Our music speaks to the broken and the divine within us and within our world, opening a portal to feel, face and respond to all of it. Bee music is apology, anger, truth, grief, hope, and call to action, all rolled into one -- song, salve, and spark for all who care for Mother Earth and all beings.
We'll be joined by our musical friends "Me & Steve" for a short opening set of acoustic amazingness.