I Love Schoolhouse Rock So Much

**Due to SXSW 2020 being canceled and out of an abundance of caution, we are postponing the I Love Schoolhouse Rock So Much show to a later date when the all-clear is issued for larger events to take place. Check back here for updates. Stay healthy, Austin!**

Get your little rockers ready for the I Love Schoolhouse Rock So Much with a special tribute to Daniel Johnston show, presented by Springfree Trampoline, on Friday, March 20, 2020.

This kid-friendly concert is sure to bring out the weird in all of us! Get decked out in your best Austin-Weird attire to say “Hi, How Are You” as you come-and-go or stay-all-day for this special show. Family-friendly live music from local and national musicians will play all day with a great lineup featuring your Schoolhouse Rock favorites and a special tribute to Daniel Johnston.

Recommended for children of all ages and their adults.

The lineup includes:

Barton Hills Choir
Adam & the Bullshark
Red Yarn
Jon Langford
The Que Pastas
mömandpöpAdvertisementKathy McCarty & Speeding Motorcycle
Ms. Kat
Lloyd H. Miller

Avenue Five Institute will be on hand to create punk hairdos for the kids and their grownups, Cordovan Art School will have an art station for the little ones to create their very own masterpieces, and Springfree Trampoline will have a trampoline set up outside for lots of jumping!

When: Friday, March 20, 2020; 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Where: Austin Scottish Rite Theater; 207 W 18th St., Austin, Texas 78701

Cost: $5 adults, $1 children 12 and under
Tickets available at the door. All proceeds benefit Austin Scottish Rite Theater.

More information: https://scottishritetheater.org/show/i-love-shr/

Special thanks to our partners: KUTX 98.9, Do512 Family, Austin Scottish Rite Theater, and 365 Things Austin Family. Presented by Spare the Rock, Spoil the Child and LiveMom.

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