Splash’N Boots welcome preschoolers into the Big Yellow Boot, a giant, cozy, house-sized boot in the middle of the Treehouse world. Packed with songs, dancing, and amazing adventures, the short episodes star Splash, who loves to make people laugh, Boots who is always wearing her signature yellow boots, and their friend Keys, a big, fuzzy, wide-eyed piano. The episodes feature the Bootle, a periscope tablet with which Splash’N Boots talk to kids at home, the Wishing Puddle that delivers wishes through a puddle on the wall, and the Costume Closet that magically transforms Splash and Boots into new characters. Together they create a world where laughter prevails, joy is found in the strangest places and each child feels safe, loved, and important.
Toronto folks, who are lucky to get tickets to Kidville Family Day Fam-Jam, can enjoy three live Treehouse’s Splash’N Boots performances along other family friendly activities. Starting Monday, tune to Treehouse TV to enjour your favorite duo daily, hear catchy tunes, and do not forget to dance and sing while watching Splash’N Boots episodes. For a sneak peek of Splash’N Boots on Treehouse take a look:
Splash’N Boots have performed more than 1,200 shows in the last six years across Canada and the U.S. and are internationally recognized with sold out performances around the world including Dubai, Italy, Bermuda and Australia. Besides touring extensively, Splash’N Boots have also released seven award-winning CDs, 18 music videos and two full-length DVDs. The pair has two JUNO Award nominations for Children’s Album of the Year, in 2015 and 2014, and they have been crowned Canadian Children’s Music Group of the Year three times at the Siruis XM Independent Music Awards.
Treehouse is the #1 preschool channel in Canada. The commercial-free channel offers fun and imaginative programming for preschoolers and their parents. Delivering a strong balance of entertaining, parent-trusted properties, Treehouse delivers high-quality children's programming from Canada and around the world. Parents and kids can access Treehouse properties online as well as On Demand and On Mobile TV. Treehouse is owned by Corus Entertainment Inc., a Canadian-based media and entertainment company. Visit Treehouse at www.Treehousetv.com