The Wanted & Carly Rae Jepsen To Sing At Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day

It is that time of year again! No, not for the holidays, but for Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day in NYC. The event will be held on August 25th and has some pretty big names attached to it. Stars such as Carly Rae Jepsen, Owl City, Cymphonique Miller and The Wanted will be attending the big event. Jordin Sparks will be hosting the huge event and for those who cannot attend the actual event, they will be airing it on CBS. Here is the official announcement they made via Twitter about the event for this year.

We’re excited to headline the @usopen’s @AAKidsDay this year on 8/25 in NYC! Who’s coming?

I am excited to see video footage from their event. This is a huge show to be part of and all the acts contracted for it should be excited. I think this just further proves that Carly and The Wanted are well on their ways to become mega stars. Cody Simpson and Justin Bieber both have performed at the event in the past and look at where it got them. It is not hard to see that this can help them and be used as a massive stepping stone for their hot careers.

How do you like the line up? I approve it and wish that I could attend. I would love to see The Wanted live, but I am just a sucker for boy bands who remind me of Backstreet Boys. I am sure that all of the acts will do an amazing job and be sure to show us the raw talent that they have. Who knows, since Scooter Braun is working for both Carly and The Wanted maybe they can do a duet there. Just imagine how amazing and awesome that would be? I cannot wrap my mind around all that awesomeness.

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