My husband and I have been attending Cleveland Orchestra concerts as part of the Blossom Summer festival since we first started dating (I’m not going to say how long ago that was. Let’s just say we’ve definitely been fans for awhile). We’ve always said that while the concerts are great for an outing with friends or a date night, they’re also fantastic for families! You can picnic on the lawn, walk around the grounds and then let the music inspire and enrich the minds of your children and yourself. This year we finally got to introduce our daughter to a tradition we love so much and she also loved every minute of it.
Each year The Cleveland Orchestra presents an extra special concert that’s aimed at the youngest music connoisseurs (or the kid in each of us). For 2014, the concert will take place on Saturday, August 30 and will include songs from Frozen which is sure to be a huge hit, as well as The Little Mermaid, Spiderman, and much more! Prior to the concert there will be lots of family-friendly activities – including a Radio Disney Soundstage, bouncy castles, super heroes, princesses, and a plethora of carnival food.
An added bonus is that there are fireworks following the concert, which are always pretty spectacular.
The Cleveland Orchestra makes these events as affordable and budget friendly as possible to families, with children under-18 free with a paid adult ticket (2 per paid adult).
You have a chance to actually WIN tickets here on Motherhood in Progress too.
The Cleveland Orchestra is allowing me to run a giveaway for three 4-packs of tickets. All you need to do is enter to win through the rafflecopter below and three winners will be randomly chosen to get 4 packs of tickets (4 lawnseats tickets good for adults or children).
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Disclosure: We already were tickets holders to the Cleveland Orchestra Blossom Festival so I am presenting this contest without compensation as a service to my readers and in my appreciation for the Cleveland Orchestra.