Children of all ages invited to enjoy music, storytimes and more on the lawn

The Domain is teaming up with Spare the Rock, Spoil the Child and LiveMom.com to bring the Austin community Rock + Read, a family-friendly music and book festival filled with live performances, storytelling, prizes and more.

On Sunday, March 20th from 1 – 5:30 p.m., families are invited to welcome spring with a free outdoor festival on the lawn at Domain II. With live music performances by Lucky Diaz & the Family Jam band, Mister G, The Que Pastas, Big Don, The Not-Its!, Red Yarn, and the Deedle Deedle Dees, children and parents won’t be able to keep their toes from tapping.

If you love a good book, head over to the BookPeople Storytime Tent for readings by Rob Harrell, Dianne Hutts Aston, Don Tate, Chris Barton, Emma Virján and Jan Bozarth.

In addition to musical performances and storytelling, Rock + Read will also have a number of exciting activities to keep the little ones entertained. Kids can jump around on Springfree trampolines, get their creativity flowing with arts and crafts, enter giveaways to win prizes and more. The fun doesn’t stop at Rock + Read on the lawn!

“We are looking forward to hosting another family-friendly event on Domain II’s state of the art lawn,” said Lauren Krumlauf, Area Director of Marketing at The Domain. “The space is the perfect venue to celebrate spring’s arrival and host activities that everyone will enjoy.”

All of these activities, combined with the outstanding selection of stores offered at The Domain, create a lasting impression and unique social experience for the community to come together and celebrate.

Rock + Read is free and open to the public. For more information, please call (512) 873-8099, or visit www.TheDomainInAustin.com. Area shoppers looking for the latest deals, contests and event information can also visit www.facebook.com/TheDomainAustin, www.twitter.com/TheDomainAustin or www.instagram.com/TheDomainAustin.


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