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Enjoy a special online performance from every parent’s favourite kids band!

Available Monday 22 February – Monday 8 March, 2021
Filmed at Sidney Myer Music Bowl on Sunday 17 January, 2021
Run time: 53 minutes



Filmed during the summer school holidays as part of Live at the Bowl, this sold-out outdoor concert featuring Teeny Tiny Stevies delighted little ones and grownups alike. Now their performance on the Sidney Myer Music Bowl stage will be available to enjoy from the comfort of your home, streaming on demand from February 22 – March 8.


This performance is presented by Arts Centre Melbourne. Live at the Bowl is a joint initiative of Arts Centre Melbourne and the Victorian Government.



"Kids Music That Doesn’t Suck!"

Zoe Foster-Blake

“Teeny Tiny Stevies have achieved the impossible - they have made children's music that won't rob adults of their will to live.”

The Brisbane Times

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About the artists

Teeny Tiny Stevies make music that will keep children entertained and won't drive parents crazy on repeat listens.

Sisters Byll & Beth Stephen, well-known on the Australian festival circuit as The Little Stevies, first delved into children’s music in 2015 inspired by Byll’s 3yo and the challenges of toilet training. What began as a side-hobby became so fun and effective that before they knew it, their debut album had become a word-of-mouth sensation around Australia.

The duo’s third album Thoughtful Songs for Little People is filled with irresistible, cheerful folk-pop tunes. Taking home the 2020 ARIA Award for Best Children's Album, it covers topics that parents often struggle to discuss with their children and explores the everyday challenges that children experience. It delivers important social messages in a fun, relatable and practical way.


Sleep through the night
Getting dressed
Stay Home
Boy or girl colour
Light as a bubble
Had you to teach me
Baby in mums tummy
Respect my pet
Magic words

Teeny Tiny Stevies

Sibylla Stephen
Bethany Stephen
Aiden Arandez
Jeremy Hopkins


Teeny Tiny Stevies logo, Arts Centre Melbourne logo and Creative Victoria logo

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