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Saturday Morning Tunes Mini Masquerade Ball at the Lyric

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Presented by Live Baltimore

Saturday, May 5th, 10 a.m.-noon

Because there just aren’t enough reasons to dress our kids up and go dancing, WTMD’s Saturday Morning Tunes is excited to announce the inaugural Mini Masquerade Ball at the Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric.

Held in the Lyric’s open, multi-level lobby and concourse (not in the big room with the fixed seating), the Mini Masquerade Ball is everything we love about parties, just for us parents and our little ones!

It starts at 10 a.m. and ends at noon, so we can all be home in time for naps. And we’re packing lots of fun into those two hours.

**This is a fundraiser, to help support children’s programming on WTMD.**

We’ll have one of the best party bands in town, the Bachelor Boys Band, playing all of our favorite kid-appropriate dance songs. Bmore HoopLove will present a hula-hooping stilt walker, a juggling uni-cyclist and interactive hula-hoopers. Plus: arts and crafts, a masquerade-themed photo booth from Baltimore Photo Social (with lots of props) and more!

Dresses, button-down shirts and ties are strongly encouraged. Bring your own masks, or make one here at our arts and crafts tables. The more colorful, the better!

If your little one doesn’t like wearing masks, our expert face painter could apply one that lasts a bit longer.

We’ll have crust-less Sun Butter and marshmallow sandwiches and other fancy finger foods – and drinks, including a sparkling cider toast at 11 a.m. (They’re all included in the ticket price.)

Oh, and for the adults? Coffee. Lots of coffee — and snacks (included in the ticket price). Also: some slightly stronger beverages as well (these, however, are priced separately).

We all know how cute our kids can be when they’re dressed up and dancing. Let’s party, and help support more children’s programming on WTMD!

Be sure to get your tickets in advance, and we’ll see you Saturday May 5 at the Lyric!

Saturday Morning Tunes Mini Masquerade Ball is presented by Live Baltimore. Other sponsors include Garrison Forest School, (cool) progeny, Maryland Excels, Race Pace Bicycles, Eddie’s of Roland Park, ClimbZone White Marsh, Baltimore Magazine and Ukazoo Books.


Kids under 2 are free. Please reserve a free spot for your kid(s) under 2, so we know how many little ones to expect. Also, Family Four Packs can be used with any combination of adults and children. All proceeds benefit children’s programming on WTMD, a 501(c)(3) non-profit.

Saturday Morning Tunes Mini Masquerade Ball at the Lyric
Quantity:Ticket Type:Price:Description:
Adult17.00 USD
Kids ages 2 and up15.00 USD
Family 4-Pack50.00 USD
Kids under 20.00 USD
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Welcome to Saturday Morning Tunes, an award-winning, family friendly concert series featuring stars of the children’s music scene, hosted at the WTMD performance studio in Towson!

The shows are every month on Saturday mornings, broadcast live on the radio with a live studio audience. We’ve had members of They Might Be Giants, Barry Louis Polisar (who wrote the theme song to “Juno”), Latin Grammy winner 1,2,3, Andres, Baltimore kids rock stars Milkshake and Baby Beats, and more.

Upcoming shows include:

March 17 with Alex and the Kaleidoscope

Led by singer Alex Mitnick, Alex and the Kaleidoscope is an Emmy award-winning interactive music experience, which encourages and inspires kids to celebrate and learn through the power of songs, fun facts and adventures to interesting places around the world. In addition to performing live concerts, Alex hosts his own show, which won an Emmy in 2015 for Best Children’s Programming.

Opener: Kidsinger Jim has been singing exclusively for audiences of children and families since 1992 with over 4,000 performances to date.  He has been an approved artist on the Maryland State Arts Council “Arts-in-Education” Artist Roster since 1999.

April 7 with Falu’s Bazaar

A native of Bombay, India, Falu is a world music star. She has collaborated with a who’s who of the music industry, including Yo-Yo Ma, Wyclef Jean and Ricky Martin. Falu has performed at the White House for then-President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, and was appointed Carnegie Hall’s ambassador of Indian Music. After having her own son, Falu set out to create “Falu’s Bazaar,” a musical journey through South Asian culture and beyond.

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.

We have snacks (organic fig bars and fruit strips) as well as drinks (Horizon milk and Honest juice) which are included in the ticket price for all kids. Race Pace Bicycles sets up bicycles with training wheels for children to ride around the enclosed plaza outside our studio. And we have coffee from Garrison Forest School and arts and crafts from The Walters Art Museum.

Beatles Family Festival at WTMD

Our first ever Beatles show was such a hit in January, we’re celebrating the music of the best kids rock band ever (and best overall rock band ever) at this indoor/outdoor mini-festival at WTMD! Yellow Dubmarine, an incredible reggae and ska Beatles tribute band, is headlining the indoor stage. And we’ll have acoustic Beatles songs on the outdoor stage. That’s not to mention our Beatles-themed photobooth from Baltimore Photo Social, coffee from Garrison Forest School, bicycle rides from Race Pace Bicycles and our usual assortment of delicious organic snacks from Eddie’s of Roland Park. Doors open at 9 a.m. and the festival goes until 11:30 a.m. inside and outside the WTMD studios.

Saturday Morning Tunes is sponsored by Garrison Forest School, Live Baltimore, The Walters Art Museum, Ukazoo Books, Race Pace Bicycles, (cool) progeny, Maryland Excels, ClimbZone White Marsh, Baltimore Magazine & Eddie’s of Roland Park.

All illustrations are by the Baltimore artist and children’s book author Kevin Sherry.