*SOLD OUT! The Okee Dokee Brothers in Concert

Tricycle Music Fest 2018
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This event is SOLD OUT! 

There will be a rush line at the Main Library concert on October 28, where we plan to begin admitting non-Eventbrite ticketholders starting just after 10:45 am on a first-come, first-served basis, as space becomes available. We cannot guarantee admission to rush line patrons. You may still be able to catch the Okee Dokee Brothers at the finale repeat concert at SFMOMA on Sunday, October 28 at 3 pm.

We are wrapping up our 10th Anniversary Tricycle Music Fest with American folk music and kicking up our feet to the banjo-strumming tunes of 2012 Grammy winners The Okee Dokee Brothers. Justin Lansing and Joe Mailander have been exploring the outdoors together since they were kids. They write songs to encourage kids and families to get outside and get creative. They will debut hits from their latest album, Winterland, a tribute to the season of coziness, family time, and outdoor fun!

Because playing is just as important as singing in early childhood learning, we will raffle off one tricycle to a lucky concert-goer at the conclusion of the concert.

Doors open at 10:30 am to children and families with Eventbrite registrations.

The concert begins at 11:00 am.

Due to heavy demand for this program, ticketholders will need to check in at the Library's Grove Street entrance by 10:45 am. We reserve the right to redistribute any tickets not checked in by 10:45 to other children and families waiting in the rush line. 

After the music, go up to the Main Children's Center on the second floor for a special after-show Big Play Date from 12:00-1:00 pm. We'll have a dress-up box, Big Bilder kits, and lots of put-together blocks and mazes for creative fun.

Rock! Play! Learn! At the Library, during October! Celebrating the tenth year of the Tricycle Music Fest, the Library welcomes you to join us for the good music and good times! Check sfpl.org/tricycle for the full schedule.

*Funded by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.

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