Live music just got (cool)er for the pint-sized crowd in Baltimore: WTMD is bringing back their kid-friendly concerts for three fun-filled mornings this winter! 

Their “Saturday Morning Tunes” piloted last spring and featured fav Baltimore kindie band Milkshake. This winter, they’re bringing in New York Time’s favorite Joanie Leeds from Brooklyn, DC-based (and Latin Grammy Winner for Best Children’s Album) 123 Andres, and Baltimore toddler crowd phenomenon, Baby Beats with Max and Root.

Concerts will be held in WTMD’s kid-friendly space and will be simultaneously broadcast live on the radio. 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. The series is sponsored by The Walters Art Museum, Garrison Forest School, Eddie’s of Roland Park, and All About Me Salon & Day Spa. Tickets are $10 for kids, $15 for adults, and family four packs are available for $40. Kids under 2 are free!

With vintage cartoons on the monitors and great kid-friendly music (that adults will love, too) on the airwaves, this series promises to be a winner for the whole family. 

Tickets are sure to sell-out, so nab yours quick

2016 saturday morning tunes concerts

January 21, 2017:  Joanie Leeds
February 4, 2017: 123 Andres!
March 18, 2017: Baby Beats with Max and Root

(cool) progeny is thrilled to be a media partner for WTMD’s Saturday Morning Tunes. We believe in quality kids arts programming  — and are excited about this new series for the Greater Baltimore community!

Image Credit: Joanie Leeds Website