News

  1. Q Collection Shirts are HERE
    Fans have started receiving their Q collection shirts and it's giving the Movers goosebumps. The blanks we used are premium and we're so proud of the designs. Moreover, a portion of the proceeds are benefiting three deserving charities.

    If you haven't picked up yours, please do so - store.

    And as always, if you want to support who we are and what we do, please consider: 


    1) Request a Movers song (anything off of 10-4, LTM, or ROM helps the most) on SiriusXM Kid's Place Live via (866) 328-2345 | KPL | [email protected]

    2) Stream the show on Disney +

    3) Considering contributing to our Artist Tip Jar

    4) Follow us on Spotify

    5) Follow us on Apple

    6) Follow us on Twitter (@iMovers) and Instagram (imaginationmoversofficial)

    PS - Thanks Kenzie, our awesome t-shirt model.

  2. Newtown, CT & Peekskill, NY Shows to be Rescheduled
    Our show in Newtown, CT and Peekskill, NY in October will be rescheduled to a later date. TBA. Again, we need your support more now than ever. Please consider the following:


    1) Pick up something/anything - preferably a new shirt from the Q Collection- from our online store - imaginationmovers.com/store

    2) Request a Movers song (anything off of 10-4, LTM, or ROM helps the most) on SiriusXM Kid's Place Live via (866) 328-2345 | KPL | [email protected]

    3) Stream the show on Disney +

    4) Considering contributing to our Artist Tip Jar

    5) Follow us on Spotify

    6) Follow us on Apple

    7) Follow us on Twitter (@iMovers) and Instagram (imaginationmoversofficial)

  3. July 4th Sale
    Support the Movers and we're making it easier for you to do exactly that.


    The Movers have not been able to perform live since February and we rely on touring to operate, create new content, record, etc., so we need YOUR help now more than ever. 

    Here's how:
    1) Pick up something/anything - preferably a new shirt from the Q Collection- from our online store - imaginationmovers.com/store
    * RIGHT NOW, we're giving you 25% off your order on orders $50 and over. Plus, we'll throw in some Warehouse Mouse ears as a bonus gift (while supplies last and 1 per order). Sale starts on 6/27/2020 and lasts til 7/4/2020.

    2) Stream the show on Disney +

    3) Follow us on Spotify

    4) Follow us on Apple

    5) Follow us on Twitter (@iMovers) and Instagram (imaginationmoversofficial)

    6) Request a Movers song (anything off of 10-4, LTM, or ROM helps the most) on SiriusXM Kid's Place Live via (866) 328-2345 | KPL | [email protected]
  4. Q Collection Unveiled

    NEW ORLEANS - The Imagination Movers are proud to unveil a new pop-up T-shirt collection - dubbed the Q Collection - in the official Movers website store.

    Named in honor of the world’s current “quarantine” lifestyle, the limited-edition Q Collection features three awesome new designs:

    1) Los Imaginadores
    2) Physical Ed
    3) Mayor of Fishtown

    Each new official Movers shirt explores a different facet of the Movers’ universe. A portion of the profits from each design will go to an appropriate nonprofit.

    “Los Imaginadores” is the name of the Movers’ Disney+ television show when translated into Spanish. The shirt that bears the same name is a tribute to the band’s many Spanish-speaking fans in Europe and Latin America, where the series has always been a hit. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this shirt will go to the Hispanic Federation, which has earned a four-star rating from Charity Navigator six years in a row.

    The Beastie Boys-inspired Imagination Movers Physical Ed red tee recalls Ad Rock’s shirt in the 1986 video for “(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party).” A portion of the profits from this design will go to MusiCares, an outstanding nonprofit providing a safety net of critical assistance for people in the music industry in times of need. MusiCares helped the Movers replenish all their lost music instruments after Katrina.

    The Mayor of Fishtown shirt is inspired by the obscure bonus track of the same name from the Movers’ 2005 indie album “Eight Feet.” The goofy 34-second song describes the fictional mayor of a fictional town that sounds like it's probably located next door to a certain "Octopus's Garden." Now the mayor has been illustrated for the first time - and he’s sporting a very jaunty monocle and top hat. HeadCount, a non-partisan organization that uses the power of music to register voters and promote participation in democracy, is the beneficiary of this design.

    For the next 72-hours - Buy all 3 shirts from the Q Collection OR spend $75 and receive FREE domestic shipping. These designs are for a limited-time only. Don't miss this opportunity.