Welcome to Saturday Morning Tunes, an award-winning, family friendly concert series!

When we were growing up, kids’ music — let alone kids’ concerts — was pretty lame. Our mission: To present concerts you can enjoy with your kids — not just for your kids. We produce a mix of indoor and outdoor shows, with limited capacity to give everyone plenty of room to spread out and dance. 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, world music star Falu, Baltimore kids rock stars Milkshake and Baby Beats, and many more.


All new “Frozen 1 & 2” live stage show starring Outcalls at the B&O Railroad Museum

Presented by Race Pace Bicycles

Update: Due to an abundance of concern about the rise in Covid cases, we have rescheduled this show to Saturday, March 12. See you and your little ones then!

If you have young kids, you probably already know all the words to the soundtracks of the movies “Frozen 1 & 2.”

And on Saturday March 12, WTMD’s Saturday Morning Tunes is thrilled to present a brand new “Frozen” stage show featuring songs from both movies, performed in costume by the classically trained opera singers Outcalls, at the B&O Railroad Museum’s picturesque Roundhouse.

It’s a show the whole family can enjoy, from the soaring high notes of “Let it Go” and “Into the Unknown” (for the kids) to subtle jokes about just how ridiculous both these movies are (for us parents). After the show, the princesses will pose for photos and meet the little ones. Everyone is encouraged to dress in costume.

This performance will be held in the round, from the middle of the B&O’s historic Roundhouse, which has plenty of historic trains for little ones to explore. The space can hold up to 1,000 adults, but we are drastically limiting the capacity for this show. And since Baltimore’s mask mandate remains in place, everyone 2 and older will be required to wear a mask.

We’re partnering with the B&O to provide free, on-site parking for all attendees. Plus: bicycle rides from our presenting sponsor, Race Pace Bicycles, arts and crafts, food and drinks and more!

Doors open at 9:30 a.m. and the show starts at 10 a.m. March 12 at the B&O Railroad Museum, 901 W. Pratt St. in Baltimore. Made possible in part by Garrison Forest SchoolClipper City Capital of Ameriprise Financial, (cool) progeny and Whiting-Turner Contracting.

Children under 2 are free. Family Four Packs are any combination of adults and children.

About Outcalls

Led by Britt Olsen-Ecker and Melissa Wimbish. Outcalls creates pop music that counters the tired narratives pervading much of today’s popular songs. “No King,” their last album, features “art-pop songs” that unfold in chapters and have a cinematic quality. The duo’s 2018 single “Keep Falling Over” was voted the #1 Song of 2018 by 89.7 WTMD radio listeners. Outcalls has toured throughout the United States and Canada. They have opened for national acts such as Wolf Parade, Chicano Batman, Khruangbin, Robyn Hitchcock, Y La Bamba, San Fermin, Bent Knee, and paris_monster. Their forthcoming album is due February 2022.

About the B&O

Known as the birthplace of American railroading, the B&O Railroad Museum gives visitors the chance to experience the story of American railroading at the very place where it began. The Museum is located on the historic grounds of the B&O Railroad’s Mt. Clare shops, houses some of the world’s most important pieces of American railroading history, and offers a range of events, educational programs, tours, and more for visitors of all ages.

Artwork by the Baltimore artist and children’s book author Kevin Sherry.

About the series

When we were growing up, kids’ music — let alone kids’ concerts — were pretty lame. Our mission: To present concerts you and your kids can enjoy together. Since Saturday Moring Tunes launched in January 2017, more than 20,000 kids, parents and grandparents have attended shows in Baltimore, Annapolis and Washington D.C. We look forward to seeing you and your little ones at an upcoming show!

Tickets are a donation to WTMD, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, and are non-refundable. By purchasing tickets, you also become a WTMD member! Proceeds from this concert help support children’s programming on-air and in our community.


  • March 12: All new “Frozen” show at the B&O Railroad Museum

  • More dates TBA soon!!

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