Founded in 2014 by independent concert promoter Peter Shapiro and educator Amy Striem, The Rock and Roll Playhouse is the largest national kid-friendly live concert series having performed to hundreds of thousands of kids and their families. It has hosted over 1,000 shows in more than 35 leading live music venues across the United States, filling the void for shared musical experiences between parents and children across the country.
Performing songs created by the most iconic musicians in rock history, The Rock and Roll Playhouse band offers its core audience of families with children aged 1-7, games, movement, stories and most importantly an opportunity to rock out. It allows parents to enjoy the music they love while little fans are encouraged to explore their creativity and have fun!
What is the cost of the event?
This event is FREE for all!
Where do I park?
Free Parking is available in the Vail Village Parking structure with a $35 fee for vehicles stored overnight.
Will the event be canceled if it rains/snows/hails/sleets, etc?
This is a rain or shine event. The show would only be stopped temporarily in the event of severe weather that might affect the safety of artists, staff, or attendees.
I'm in a wheelchair. Is the event accessible?
The event takes place in Vail Village which is fully accessible.
Will there be bathrooms on site?
There will be plenty of porta-potties on site, including multiple ADA units.
Can I bring outside food and drink?
Outside food is allowed but drinks are not allowed as we will have beverages available during the event.
Are dogs allowed?
Dogs are not allowed unless they are a registered service animal.