**Update: This show is now SOLD OUT! You and your little ones will still be able to listen to the live broadcast starting at 10 a.m. June 12 at 89.7 FM or stream it live at wtmd.org**
We are thrilled to announce our first in-person concert in more than a year: the rescheduled Saturday Morning Tunes Beatles Family Festival featuring the Fabtastic Four is set for June 12 at Maryland Hall in Annapolis!
The Fabtastic Four (featuring members of the power pop band Starbelly) will perform outdoors, with the stage set up on the front steps Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, 801 Chase St. in Annapolis. This show is a partnership between WTMD and Maryland Hall.
All tickets from the original date (March 2020) will be honored at this show.
Doors open at 9:30 a.m. and the show starts at 10 a.m., so everyone can be home in time for lunch and (family) naptime.
We’ll be following CDC and Maryland guidelines for outdoor gatherings to keep the attendance capped at a few hundred people (the outdoor space could hold many more than that).
Here are Maryland Hall’s guidelines for this show:
– Tickets are limited
– Face masks are required at all times except for when eating or drinking, regardless of vaccination status
– Please sit with members of your household only and keep a 6-foot distance from any other parties
– Respect social distancing whenever possible
– No coolers
– Service Animals only
– It is recommended that guests bring chairs or blankets for seating
The Beatles are the ultimate kids rock band — the one that kids, parents and grandparents can all enjoy together. And we’re excited to welcome the Maryland based Beatles tribute band the Fabtastic Four to Saturday Morning Tunes at Maryland Hall.
The Fabtastic Four play faithful renditions of Beatles classics, without the wigs or costumes. Because does it really matter what the band looks like? We’re all here for the music! And no band has more family friendly music than the Beatles.
The Saturday Morning Tunes Beatles Family Festival is made possible in part by Race Pace Bicycles, Garrison Forest School and Tropicool Italian Ice.
Dedicated to Art for All, Maryland Hall in Annapolis is the region’s cultural hub, convening and engaging all people in arts experiences that strengthen community.
More about Saturday Morning Tunes
Concerts 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. We’ve had sold-out Grateful Dead and Beatles shows, and our Phish tribute for kids was our biggest ever — more than 1,000 parents and kids at Power Plant Live in June 2019!
Thank you Baltimore Magazine for naming Saturday Morning Tunes a Best of Baltimore award winner! They wrote, “Kids can rejoice at this awesome new concert series, tailored just for them. Tip back a juice box and get ready to rock out.”
Also — kids under 2 are free! However, please reserve a free spot for your kid(s) under 2 so we know how many little ones to expect. Family Four Packs can be used with any combination of adults and children.