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Only a few tickets left for kids’ show Feb. 4 at WTMD

WTMD has started a new series called Saturday Morning Tunes, which is a family-friendly concert series featuring rising stars of the children’s music scene, hosted at the WTMD performance studio in Towson.

The first show, with Joanie Leeds, sold out, and the station says there are only a few tickets left for the Feb. 4 show featuring 123 Andrés.

WTMD says:

Winner of the Latin Grammy for Best Children’s Album in 2016, 123 Andrés has been hailed as “A rockstar for little language learners” by Billboard Magazine. Join 123 Andrés for a high-energy concert that will get kids and families singing and dancing in Spanish and English. His YouTube channel is a blast, and also check out his Grammy-winning album “Arriba Abajo” here.

Doors open at 9 a.m. and the music runs from 9:30 a.m.-11 a.m. Each performance has an opening act as well as a headliner. Snacks (organic fig bars and fruit strips) as well as drinks (Horizon milk and Honest juice) are included for all kids. And the WTMD performance studio is a safe, clean environment with comfy furniture that’s ideal for climbing and sitting. Both our men’s and women’s bathrooms have stainless steel changing tables, and there will also be vintage cartoons playing on our flat screen TVs.

Also — kids under 2 are free! To purchase tickets or get more info, click here.


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