Get the weekend started right with a new dance party series for kids & families

Kids Place Live (Ch. 78) wants to bottle that Friday feeling with the all-new ‘Weekend Party Mix’ hosted by DJ Willy Wow.

Jackie Kolgraf
April 30, 2021

SiriusXM’s Kids Place Live is launching a new weekly show hosted by family-friendly celebrity DJ, DJ Willy Wow. The Weekend Party Mix with DJ Willy Wow features party-style mixes to get the weekend started and is available now exclusively on Kids Place Live (Ch. 78).

Kids Place Live wants to bottle that Friday feeling and make the weekends extra special with a dance party for families every week featuring new, original mixes from DJ Willy Wow. The award-winning children’s songwriter and celebrity DJ is spinning the ultimate dance party playlist that will get the whole family on their feet.

With Star Wars Day approaching on May 4, the programming will feature a Star Wars-themed playlist with special guest Billy Dee Williams (known as Lando Calrissian in the Star Wars franchise). Throughout the show, listeners will hear DJ Willy Wow playing Star Wars-themed tracks as well as a special Q&A with Williams.

DJ Willy Wow is an award-winning children’s songwriter, music producer, voiceover artist, and celebrity DJ! Since 2005, he has been consistently recognized as the best in children’s entertainment. DJ Willy Wow first gained national attention in 2010 for his work with Michelle Obama by launching the “Let’s Move” program welcoming families from all over the country with multiple live performances from The White House. With a wide range of musical knowledge and the natural ability to connect with children from all over the world, DJ Willy Wow has performed and hosted major family-friendly events for many organizations throughout his career. In 2020, DJ Willy Wow was recognized as one of the top 20 DJs in the country during the pandemic by Parade Magazine. As an independent songwriter, voiceover artist, and music producer DJ Willy Wow has also created over 200 songs and music videos that can be heard on children’s networks across the globe.