Chicago Bulls Kids Zone

Chicago Bulls Kids Zone

The BullsKidz on the court at the United Center.

Hey kids!

Welcome to the Chicago Bulls Kids Zone, where our younger fans can learn about the team, team events, or just have some fun!

Bucket Boys

The Bucket Boys are an extremely talented group of teens from Chicago’s South Side who have been putting their percussive skills on display throughout the city for years.

First “discovered” on the streets of Chicago in 2002, the group's energy and synchronization is seen at selected Bulls home games throughout the season.


The BullsKidz make up the Bulls’ newest addition to its entertainment family. This group of 12 boys and girls aged 6-12 performed at six regular season games with up-beat dance routines.

A tremendous success in their inaugural season, the BullsKidz showcased their own moves and were greeted with standing ovations from the Bulls’ faithful.

Benny the Bull
Benny the Bull gets way above the rim on this dunk.
Party Animal

Would you like to have Benny the Bull come to your party? He frequently attends birthday parties, community parades, festivals, walk-a-thons, school classroom appearances, college, high school and grade school sporting events, golf outings and more! Click here now for details!

Junior Luvabulls

The Junior Luvabulls are seeking new members! Come join us and perform at Chicago Bulls home games on the court and the United Center and all throughout the Chicagoland area.

All girls ages 7-17 are invited to join our team. There are no auditions or tryouts.


Find a member league near you and learn about these programs at the Official Site of the Jr. NBA/Jr. WNBA.

Chicago Bulls Basketball Schools:
Official Summer Camps of the Chicago Bulls
and the Bulls-Sox Training Academy

Learn to play basketball with the best all year long!

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