Hush Hush Music Bash

Austin City Limits Music Festival is right around the corner. With so many fabulous musicians coming in for the festival, the whole city will benefit from the free fringe concerts that pop up all over town. If you have mini music fans at home, there will even be a free music festival for kids!

The only kid after party is going down on October 4, 2014, from 5-8:30 p.m. at the Domain! Just when you thought it was time to put the kids to bed…. it’s time to party at the Domain, instead. Brought to you by LiveMom.com, Spare the Rock, Spoil the Child and The Domain. The event is FREE and open to the public.

An after party wouldn’t be an after party without an awesome lineup of musicians, a couple of them being in town to perform at ACL.

5-5:30 Sugar Free Allstars
5:45-6:15 Joe McDermott
6:30- 7:00 Elizabeth McQueen
7:15- 7:45 Tor Hyams
8:00- 8:30 Ralph Covert

And what’s a party without swag? There will be some of that, too.
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  • Sweet treats from Baked by Amy’s
  • Cupcake decorating and a photo booth from Passion Flower Mobile Parties
  • Face painting Rising Stars Pediatric Dentistry is bringing face painting
  • Gaming zone set up by the Microsoft Store
  • Imagination Playground Blocks will also be there thanks to Ashley’s Playhouse
  • Kids can get down and funky in the Microsoft Dance Zone where they will win some cool swag

There might be more special treats in store! For updates, check the Facebook event page.
 
You’ll find the party in front of Dillard’s, next to Maggiano’s in the Domain (11410 Century Oaks Terrace, Austin).


Many thanks to our sponsors:
Passion Flower Mobile Parties, Rocket Fizz, The Microsoft Store, Millie & Mox, Baked by Amy’s, Honest Kids, Music Forever, Music Together, Do512Family.com, Rising Stars Pediatric Dentistry, FreeFuninAustin.com, Ashley’s Playhouse, Palacios ATA Martial Arts, ACLWithKids.com.

Catherine Prystup
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Catherine Prystup founded LiveMom.com out of a desire to build a better community for Austin-area moms. She has three children, ages seventeen, eight and three years old.

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