Slime Tour to Music, Puts Slime Online
June 3, 2008
Nickelodeon is giving
its third annual ‘Slime Across America Tour’ musical
accompaniment and interactive green slime features
After dumping its signature green slime on more than
40,000 fans last summer, Nick is hitting the road again
with BMG recording artists Tiffany Evans and Menudo
along for the ride. The tour, which features an
18-wheeler Slime Mobile, is set to hit 10 cities,
starting at Chicago’s Navy Pier on June 7.
This year’s Slime Tour will include an iCarly scene pod,
where kids can act out a scene from the hit Nick show.
At The Naked Brothers Band Karaoke pod, kids can record
themselves. Kids can obtain a Slime Pass to download
videos of their performances at http://www.nick.com/slime,
where the tour schedule is also available.
“‘Slime Across America’ is a great way to give kids and
families the hands on experience of Nickelodeon’s most
coveted honor of being slimed,” said Pam Kaufman,
Nickelodeon chief marketing officer, in a statement.
Philadelphia, Dallas, Atlanta, Detroit, Miami, Los
Angeles and San Francisco are its other destinations
before the tour wraps up in New York City’s Staten
Island and Flushing Meadows Park in August.
Nick’s slime micro-site launched this week with a
multi-player game, “3-D-Multi-player Nicktoons Slimeball,”
where players can make their mark as virtual slime
champs, using avatars of characters from Nick shows. The
site also enables kids to create virtual slimings and
send them in e-mail messages to friends.
Pushing an eco-friendly profile, Nick’s Slime Mobile now
uses biodiesel fuel and solar panels to power its Slime
Mobile Virtual Slime Station. And at each of the tours
stops, Nick will sponsor a tree planting.
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