Kids Gig: Tirikilatops at The Big Feast

Fri 25th August 2023
Supersonic Kids Gigs present…


hosted by Anna Palmer


The Big Feast – Piccadilly Stage
Stoke-on-Trent City Centre (Hanley), ST1 3SH
Friday 25 August 2023, 2pm – 3.30pm

Free to attend.
All children must be accompanied by a guardian.
Recommended for children under 10.


Created by the UK’s premiere experimental music festival, Supersonic Kids Gigs are designed for families as a way of introducing children to experimental music – BIG sounds for little people!   


Supersonic Kids Gigs take children (0-10 years) & families on an extraordinary musical journey, with home-made instruments & curious costumes. They create enveloping & multi-sensory experiences that inspire young audiences with a riot of sound that is sonically adventurous & feverishly compelling.


This show takes place as part of The Big Feast – a free, outdoor event where art and artists pop-up in streets and buildings within Stoke-on-Trent City Centre. It’s a feast of accessible, family-friendly fun to tickle everybody’s taste buds, giving you an August bank-holiday weekend unlike any other.


We’re delighted to welcome back Tirikilatops for this Kids Gig show. They are a collaboration between UK and South Korean artists and musicians located in the UK. Bringing a combination of kimchi beats, pop sensibilities, offbeat lyrics, dayglo colours, hacked keyboards, dada attitudes, forteana and super earworm melodies – we know Tirikilatops will deliver a show that is joyful, danceable and pure fun!


This Kids Gig will be hosted by everyone’s favourite alt-rocker and pyscho-storyteller, Anna Palmer from Dorcha.


“I love the depth of the performances, and the willingness to show kids exciting and beautiful music without worrying about it being over explained. A hit for the kids and parents for sure. The show was expertly hosted by Anna with infectious enthusiasm and timing.”




Get a copy of Anna Palmer’s Supersonic Kids Gig album here.

“Anna is wonderful with the kids. The children clearly adore her” – Fighting Boredom review