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The Rock and Roll Playhouse offers families with children age ten and under games, movement, stories and an opportunity to rock out. The Rock and Roll Playhouse uses music to educate children and explore their creativity. It was established as an early (and often first) introduction to a child’s lifelong journey with live music and rock and roll.
The Rock and Roll Playhouse invited us to Gypsy Sally’s in Georgetown to celebrate Father’s Day with the Music of the Grateful Dead for Kids in 25 venues across the country. The Father’s Day concert was just as they advertised, very family friendly! There was food and drinks for parents and children to enjoy as well as adorable Grateful Dead merch for the whole family. The kids enjoyed activities during the show including rainbow streamers which make dancing so much more fun! Unfortunately our chocolate stuffed pretzel bites arrived right before the epic giant parachute so the kids opted for sugar, but the rest of the kids had a blast around and under it. My kids loved the encore because they were prompted to yell ‘one more song’ as loud as they could. There have been more demands for encores around here since then than I can count.
The Rock and Roll Playhouse does a great job of meeting the needs of both parents and children to create an affordable and entertaining live music experience. We can’t wait for Rock and Roll Playhouse to come back to DC!