Palladium Hotels & Resorts Brings Emmy Award-Winning Children's Series to Its Caribbean, Mexico Properties

Palladium Hotels & Resorts recently announced it will now feature Play at Palladium with Raggs at its resorts in the Riviera Maya and Riviera Nayarit in MexicoPunta Cana, Dominican Republic and Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Raggs is an Emmy award-winning live action TV series starring five musical pups, which currently airs in English on Public TV and in Spanish on Telemundo in the U.S. The characters will appear exclusively at Palladium Hotels & Resorts starting July 20; and fully-produced live musical stage shows at the resorts’ on-site theatres will commence in November.

The Raggs characters – Raggs, B. Max, Tribly, Pido and Razzle will all instantly become your child’s best friend while at Palladium. Whether the group is singing by the pool, dancing in the lobbies, posing for photos at the beach or reading stories at the Mini-Club, children will flock to these furry friends throughout the Resort. Parents can also arrange for special private playtimes such as breakfast with Raggs or a birthday party.

The Raggs characters also sing together as The Raggs Band. The rockin' musical group's new live stage show will debut in November in the Palladium's large on-site theaters and feature 10 of the band's hit songs. While the songs will be sung primarily in English, added commentary will be in various languages such as Spanish, French, German, Russian and others representing the Palladium's worldwide clientele.

As part of the pre-launch anticipation, Raggs is releasing a new music video called “Fun Day in the Sun Day,” which is available at, and the Raggs Band channel on YouTube. Raggs has also launched a new mobile-friendly website at that includes streaming of a new episode daily in both English and Spanish.


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