Enjoying A Symphony With Your Child In Dallas

If you are in Dallas, trying to find the best way to spend holiday time with the kids, you should consider taking them to a local symphony. Some of the best musical experiences and events in Dallas happen around Christmas and New Year’s Eve, and you can expect incredible shows, including exclusive ones meant for kids. From traditional Christmas music, to the beauty of large orchestra, the choices of shows are amazing, and some venues have bookings for these events weeks in advance. Taking your child to a symphony may be easier than you think, and in this post, we are sharing a few tips that will come in handy.

  1. Enjoy some music at home. One of the biggest concerns with kids at a symphony is their lack of attention. Kids don’t feel interested in classical or Christmas music like adults, and therefore, you have to do some prep work before the main event. One of the better ideas is to actually enjoy some music at home, away from the all gadgets and devices, so that they know what it takes to be patient.
  2. Tell them about the experience. You don’t want to tell your child that they are heading for classical music symphony when they know nothing about it. Ideally, let them know that they are heading for an event, where hundreds of musicians and artists will be playing together, and they get to applaud for the music. It should be something that you child feels enthralled about, instead of just focusing on the treats and food.
  3. Arrive early. At many symphony events of Dallas, there are shows that happen before the main event, and even if something is not happening, you should come at least 30 minutes before the actual time. This allows you time to get the seats, prep the child for the experience, and let them explore the world of music at a place, where actual musicians are about to play.

Book tickets in advance

Most events in Dallas actually are sold out pretty quick, and in the holiday season, the demand is usually high. Consider booking the tickets at least a few days in advance, so that you can get good seats. Let your kid know that they are expected to be silent during the event, and yes, make sure that the show you have selected allows for kids. Some shows are meant for adults only.

A symphony experience is a musical must for any kid!

Scott Pace
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