Contest: Yo Gabba Gabba! Hits the Dance Floor


Hey kids, want to approach the unapproachable and forbidden coolness of folks like Chromeo, the Shins, and MGMT? Well, you’re in luck. We’re offering four free tickets to the very private and very promising Yo Gabba Gabba! Dance Party. The shindig, hosted at Brooklyn Bowl, will feature live sets by DJ Lace Rock and, of course, the Gabba Gang. As a children’s TV show, Yo Gabba Gabba! is co-produced by The Magic Store and Wild Brain. Heady! And they’re not stopping at Brooklyn Bowl either. Yo Gabba Gabba!‘s national tour will hit, among other locales and venues, the holy grail: Radio City Music Hall. If indie rock, retro-style, and trippy colors are your bag, this is definitely for you. Just hit us in the comments with your favorite Yo Gabba Gabba! related story. You can make one up, but keep it somewhat short.

POSTED May 18, 2010 6:00PM IN CONTESTS Comments (18) TAGS:




  1. jay eichler says:

    love to take my grandaughter….she calls me gabba gabba papa

  2. Samantha says:

    My daughter learned to say Toodee before Mama. True story – and my feelings were only slightly hurt!

  3. Marianna Parisi says:

    I would love to take my friends Daughter to watch Yo Gabba Gabba everyday at work on the lunch break I make everybody watch the it and for the rest of the day they are singing the songs and doing the Dances its to funny.

  4. Yo Gabba Gabba taught my son how to count.
    True story.

  5. Charlene says:

    When Yo Gabba Gabba comes on in my house my son looks like he’s going to have a nervous breakdown from all the excitement: Screaming, Shaking, etc.
    (I think my husband and I like the show just as much as he does).

  6. Leana Marcus says:

    My son is 9 months and yo gabba gabba is liek his best friend. When it comes on, any gas or teething that may be bothering him just suddenly disappears. I have noticed him learning so much. When Plex teaches us to wash our hair, he actually goes through the motions during tubby time. We were so excited for tomorrow’s show and now we found out it is Invite only. Oh no! How can Solly get to meet the DJ Lance Rock who mnakes him giggle every morning or learn about the Oski bugs with Muno. Solly, my son, used to hate the pen, but ever since the babies episode where they show toodie learnign to stand in her pen, solly is a changed fellow. Solly’s favorite song is the Pick it Up song and Hold Still. Every night we get the wiggles out and when we try new foods we have parties in our tummy. It has actualyl come to the point that Solomon recognizes the intro from Nick Jr where the lady says Yo Gabba Gabba teaches our kids to make music with us, play with us and share and care with us. The second those DJ Lance footsteps tap on screen, Solly squeals with excitement and jumps so high I think hes gonna fly out of his bouncer. I guess it goes without saying that it would mean the world to us if we could go see DJ Lance Rock and the gabba Gang tomorrow. Thanks!

  7. Bryan Lee says:

    Our daughter, Alessandra, was 22 months when the Kia commercial with crossover-star Muno came on during the Super Bowl. She pointed and screamed “Muno!” After it ended, we all clapped. She then screamed “Now Brobee!” The next time she saw it was about a month later. She again pointed and screamed “Muno!” But this time followed it with a frown and very concerned “Muno lost!” after seeing him strutting his stuff on the Vegas strip. We told her he was on his way home to Gabbaland, but she just kept saying “Help, help…Muno lost!” True story.

  8. Bex McBride says:

    My little bugs love the Gabba Gabba crew, and I love Brooklyn Bowl! Two powerful forces combine!!!
    My fave YGG memory: Dev, 3 years old-After a few years of watching YGG, the “My name is (Henry) and I like to daaaaance!” part comes on and he turns to me, sooo frustrated, and says “Why does EVERYBODY on this show like to dance?!?!?” He’d been waiting for years for just ONE kid to say he liked pirates, robots, fire trucks…anything!!! Meanwhile, his sis DOES just want to dance!

  9. Hillary says:

    Two of my 2 year old’s favorite things to do are stick spoons to his nose and play with his mini theramin, both “Cool tricks! Cool tricks!” he learned from YGG.

  10. Mike says:

    Accidently deleted the Superheroes episode from the DVR and narrowly avoided a major meltdown. Weird Al in the Circus episode still scares the crap out of her, and I can’t say I blame her.

  11. Mark Hamilton says:

    My daughter is so obsessed with Yo Gabba Gabba. Her first word was Foofa. She calls Muno “Mommy” and refuses to go to sleep without all of her Gabba pals in the crib with her. She can tell you who Brobee is from across a room, yet she still can’t quite differentiate between mommy and daddy.

  12. Jason says:

    Try it. You’ll Like it!

    Dont Hit Your Friends!

    Yummy in my Tummy!

    So many songs get stuck in my head…..

  13. Pamela says:

    My 21 month old has been a fan since birth…lol…He always fake cries to Brobees “party in my tummy” when the carrots and green beans are crying to go…lol…its hilarious

  14. Penelope Webster says:

    My nephew loves Brobee especially when he sings the song about being loud, loud, loud!!! He is only 21 months but he does the movements with his hands and mouth. Yo Gabba Gabba has really developed with his personality at a young age and positively. He has me watching it now and I’m 35 LOL!!!!

  15. Danella says:

    I can’t listen to the radio or my ipod anymore in the car when my nephew is there because we HAVE to listen to Music is Awesome!!. The funny part is… I listen to it even when he’s not in the car….I would LOVE….LOVE…an invite for him…he would be thrilled/

  16. Janea says:

    OMG!!!!….I just found out about this and I’m shaking at my desk. My 2 year old son is absolutely obsessed…so many stories I don’t know where to start!!!! It would be the best birthday present ever!!!!

  17. Banana123 says:

    Before first watching Gabba, I thought it was just too bizzare for my two year old. Then I actually watch it. It is bizzare, but in an awesomely cool way. Now my daughter is obsessed. We went to South America on vacation, and brought a Gabba DVD for the plane ride. A group of kids gathered around our seats to watch, and a dozen kids on the plane all made funny faces!

  18. Abby says:

    When my fourteen-month-old nephew cries, I grab a fistful of my hair, cross it over my eyebrows, and he stops. He knows what’s coming. In my fiercest Brobee impersonation, I say, ” You forgot my birthday! Nobody remembered my birthday again!” Then he squeals with laughter and all is well with the world!

    Also, Yo Gabba Gabba taught him how to dance. The theme song is the only thing he’ll dance to. Make him happy! He’s been suffering from the Brobee frown!