Tim Kubart’s new album, show at The Domain on October 6th

Tim Kubart’s new album, show at The Domain on October 6th

Have you seen the happy news?  Tim’ Kubart will debuting new tunes for Austin families of his newest album, Building Blocks, with a FREE show at the Domain on October 6th. Kubart will begin his set at 0:500 that evening, which like a decent time before the so-called ‘witching hour!”

Building Blocks is a pop celebration all about growing: growing wiser, growing bolder, and, above all, growing our circle of caring for family, friends, and those around us. Brimming with joyful energy and catchy pop hooks, it’s is an inspiring reminder of the power of caring featuring sing-along tunes about first days, new pets, and big steps.

What: Hush Hush Music Bash
When: Saturday, October 6, 2018
Time: 2-6 p.m.
Cost: FREE

Hush Hush Music Bash is presented by LiveMom, Spare the Rock, Spoil the Child, The Domain, with music sponsored by Springfree Trampoline Austin.

This year’s fantastic lineup includes performances by:

El Tule (2-2:45 p.m.)

Ms. Kat’s Music & Movement (3-3:45 p.m.)

Riders Against the Storm (4-4:45 p.m.)

Tim Kubart (5-6 p.m.)

Giveaway: Register to win a VIP Bag filled with swag and some treats, too! Register by following the link HERE.  Winners will be notified by Wednesday, October 3, 2018. The bags will only be available for pickup during Hush Hush Music Bash on Saturday, October 6, 2018 from 2-5 pm. The bags can not be held for pickup or mailed to the winner.

About Tom Kubart:  Tim Kubart’s Building Blocks, the follow up to his Grammy award winning album Home, is a pop celebration all about growing up surrounded by a circle of care. “As we grow so does our capacity to care, for our family, our pets, our neighbors, and our communities, both locally and globally. Building Blocks is about watching our hearts grow as we do,” says Kubart.

The new album, produced by Dominic Fallacaro and featuring guest spots by members of Postmodern Jukebox — plus kid media stars Steve Burns (“Blue’s Clues”), Carly Ciarrocchi (“Sprout House”) and Genevieve Goings (Choo Choo Soul) — is filled with Kubart’s signature stadium pop sound. A special highlight is the 90 voices from the Junior Choir at Woodward Park Elementary School (where Tim once attended), singing “We Are Growing.”www.timkubart.com

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