School of Rock Ticket Giveaway

[GIVEAWAY CLOSED] Enter for a Chance to Win Two Tickets to SCHOOL OF ROCK at The National Theatre

Disclaimer: I was given two tickets to SCHOOL OF ROCK for the purpose of this giveaway.

I have three kids and it is rare that they each get time with me by themselves. Sure they are with me in the car on the way to activities, but they are usually reading a book or working on a project – or just asleep. They still fall asleep on car rides.

Every now and then they do stay awake in the car, and I get to jam with them to soca, old school rap, and R&B. Occasionally they let me throw in a little of my alternative 90’s rock – especially the oldest. He seems to be really into it these days. The kids and I have watched School of Rock and I know that they can see a lot of me in the main character. I am the parent who shows them they can turn anything into a microphone, and enthusiastically encourages karaoke and full out stage performances in the living room.

This was one of our karaoke nights at home. See the backup karaoke machine there in the corner? It gets real around here.

Are you the undercover (or not so undercover) rock star in your house? Are your kids? Rock stars or fanatical fans of music – you’ll love this giveaway. No kids, but you love great music? Enter for a chance to win a super fun date night for two. Make it a mother-son hang out day, mother-daughter night out, father-son rock fest, or a father-daughter dance (in your seats of course, totally doable).

To enter, simply comment with your favorite song to rock out to – any genre – and you are entered for a chance to win TWO TICKETS TO SCHOOL OF ROCK.

Winners will be contacted by email at 3 pm EST on January 7, 2019. The tickets are for January 17th at 7:30 pm, and if you are a winner, you can pick them up at the National Theatre between 6:30 and 7:30.

SCHOOL OF ROCK

The show is running at the National Theatre from Wednesday, Jan. 16 – Sunday, Jan. 27. For more information or to purchase tickets visit http://thenationaldc.org/events/category/series/school-of-rock-19/

The National Theatre is located downtown on 1321 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, DC, 20004, facing Pennsylvania Avenue and Freedom Plaza. The closest Metro stop is Metro Center.

More about the show…

SCHOOL OF ROCK is a New York Times Critics’ Pick and “An inspiring jolt of energy, joy and mad skillz!” (Entertainment Weekly). Based on the hit film, this hilarious new musical follows Dewey Finn, a wannabe rock star posing as a substitute teacher who turns a class of straight-A students into a guitar-shredding, bass-slapping, mind-blowing rock band. This high-octane smash features 14 new songs from Andrew Lloyd Webber, all the original songs from the movie and musical theater’s first-ever kids rock band playing their instruments live on stage. Chicago Tribune raves, “SCHOOL OF ROCK offers us a chance to be kids again, only with more talent than we ever had.”

Run time: Approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes, including one intermission. Recommended for age 8 and up.

School of Rock Ticket Giveaway
Enter for a chance to win two free tickets to school of rock for the January 17th show at 7:30.

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Francine Speaker
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While my Guitar Gently Weeps

Elle Cole
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I’d love for my husband to take my daughter Maya. The movie was fantastic.

Elle Cole
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My husband’s favorite song is called “What’s Free” I don’t know what that is, but hey, that’s what he told me. 😀

Kita Bryant
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I loved the movie when it came out so I know this will be the bomb as a play. I want to win tickets this would be so cool to see live

Liselle Yorke
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Liselle Yorke

Drunk and Disorderly – first kaiso I ever danced to. I couldn’t even walk then. 🙂

Lauren Floyd
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I love this movie. I would have never guessed it could be a musical, but that actually makes a lot of sense.

Frrancine Speaker
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Frrancine Speaker

Queen’s We Will Rock You

Francine Speaker
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Francine Speaker

we will rock you

Francine S
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Francine S

we will rock you

Allison M Gordon
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Allison M Gordon

Another one bites the dust – Queen!

Francine Speaker
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Francine Speaker

Queen’s We Will Rock You!

Gloria Farrar
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Gloria Farrar

Me and Bobby McGee

Erin nelson
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Erin nelson

I like to rock out to don’t stop believing by journey !

Erin Nelson
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Erin Nelson

Don’t stop believing by Journey

Mimi Green
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My kids are big into music and I love that. My son taught himself how to play songs on his keyboard. Both the kids dance all the time, music is a part of who they are. We love the School of Rock, that movie is so freaking funny.

Tiffany Haywood
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We loved the movie so I am positive this will be an amazing show!

Kiwi
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Kiwi

Omg this is cute they are doing a School of Rock musical. I am loving how are all of these movies are turning to movies.

Tiffany Heard
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Good luck to the winners. I have never seen the show but I would certainly attend if I won tickets. I’m like the children I still fall asleep during long car rides. I love going to Karaoke and sing my favorite tunes

Nadalie Bardo
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How fun is this! School of Rock is great – the movie, the musical or the movement. I’m all for kids learning to love and play musical instruments, dance, and musical theatre.

ShaBree
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ShaBree

My son would this this is so cool! He loves singing and playing music. In fact he claims he has a band. Lol.

Ravenn
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When it comes to anything musical, count me in. This sounds like a great movie although I haven’t seen it. I hope I get to see it sometime.

Michelle Thames
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How cool!! Never seen the movie but seems cool! Thanks for sharing!

Kim
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My husband would fit right into your family. He LOVES karaoke. Like loves it. I’m too shy to do it in front of people. I did, one time do it on a Carnival cruise to Rick Ross’ “Hustlin”. I’d also do it to Biggie’s “Juicy”