Wednesday, August 10th, 2011
Family Fun Festival - 10:00 AMN. Michigan Ave. & E. Randolph St.
Chicago Illinois 60614
The Family Fun Festival returns to Millennium Park this summer, making the Park the place to be for kids of all ages. Every day, from June 13 - August 21 between 10 am and 3 pm,, family performances and hands-on activities will take place in the Family Fun Tent, located on the Park’s Chase Promenade North.
Concert in the Park
Bilingual Family Event
School Field Trip-Contact school for more details and group discounts!
RESCHEDULED TO APRIL 8th!
Diana Lopez is my sister and an award winning novelist. She will reading from her recent book Confetti Girl. A children book written for ages 10 and over. I will also be playing a set between her activities. Come out, it's going to be a lot of fun, and don't forget to wear some crazy SOCKS!
EDUCATORS bring your classes! Ask about the group discounts!
1 hours preset
Lots of fun. Love this place! Great kids and adults!
Students from around Chicago come to perform songs from their Class Acts.
Bilingual Family Event
Led by Ravinia Artist Peg Lehman
I will be accompanying on guitar
Field Trip for Schools
2 short sets
Bilingual Children's Music
Bookamania- it was exciting and crazy being in a library with so many people everywhere. We had fun. It was an easy set but hard getting to and from. Steve lost our parking ticket so we had to pay full price in a downtown Chgo. parking garage. Boo hoo
Had to cancel this event due to medical problems. Referred it to the group Picante. I heard they did great. (as always- they're awesome)
Great Crowd! It was being televised for cable access. I did an interview which came out ok. Talking always makes me more nervous than singing! My kids, husband, and mother-in-law went along so that was special. My daughter was terrified of a Dora look-a-like. That was not too fun, but over all I had a good time. Geraldo was on his game and always is fun to play with.
Under family tent located on the Northwest part of the lawn
This was an interesting event. Set apart from the lawn there was an area for kids to play instruments and listen to me. Kinda hard to do at the same time. Even though it was fun and unlike any other gig I've done.
Family Fun Festival Performance Tent, Chase Promenade North
May 15, 16, 17, 18
Treat your mother to a day at the zoo. Learn about zoo mom's and enjoy animal-themed activities for the whole family. Join Tricia, Geraldo, and Albert for a bilingual family concert.
Ravinia Festival Discovery Program
El Día de los Niños is a traditional day of celebration in Mexico honoring the importance of children. Join the Library’s celebration of this event as we bring families and books together for a multicultural event! The evening includes family book sharing, English/Spanish storytelling, refreshments, and a chance to meet a favorite book character! Come sing with Tricia Sebastian for 45 min bilingual family show.
With percussionist Corlos Cornier. This concert is part of the OTS Field Trip Series. For more information on field trips please visit OTS website.
Lot's of great children's musicians. Come have a singin, dancin blast!
A good time. I always like to sing at these kinds of events. Its always seeing everyone again and sharing music.
In New York recording El Chocolate for New Quacker Life Cereal. Details to come.
So much fun. Nice people, nice hotel, a little bit of a scary airplane ride, and super cool to be a part of. The complimentary bottle of wine waiting for me in the hotel was a nice bonus. My friend Karen O. went with me to keep me company. We had a great Sushi dinner I just wish we could have stayed longer!
Come see the Coro De Las Americas in their Holiday Concert. Although I have not been teaching this fantasic group lately I plan on supporting them on guitar. Hope to see you there.
This concert is featuring Tricia Sebastian and Shana Harvey Singer/Guitarist; John Abby on Bass, Geraldo DeOlividia on percussion, and Albert Martinez on Harmonica come check us out it's going to be a great time!!
Underground parking is available directly beneath the park in three garages. The Grant Park North Underground garage is accessible directly from Michigan Avenue at Randolph and Madison streets. The Millennium Park Garage is accessible from Columbus Drive between Randolph and Monroe Streets. The Monroe Street Garage is also accessible from Columbus Drive between Randolph and Monroe Streets. Direct pedestrian access is located at many points around the entire park. The underground pedway system, which connects to the CTA and Metra, has been extended from Michigan Avenue to the lower level of Randolph Street.
This was a HOT event!! And I mean HOT as in temperature. I started to wonder why in the world I would gig outside in these conditions pregnant. Not too smart, but it was Millennium Park. What we will do for a gig. When we arrived the symphony was practicing in air condition right behind us shielded from the heat by class doors. They could see us and we could see them and they definitely had the better end of the deal. All in all it was fun and one of those events that we will remember for living through it.
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The Old Town School of Folk Music
Oh, my students did great! They are so awesome. We all put a lot of work into this performance and it showed. Good job folks!
Instrument Making Activity at 3:30
Shana and I had a great time at this event! The kids and families were interactive and loving the instruments and bubbles. We even got some parents up to sing a song with us!!
May 18th, 19th, 22nd, & 23rd
Outreach Program Perform at Ravinia
Adults (12-64) $10.00
Children (3-11) $6.00
Seniors (65+) $6.00
Children 2 and Under Free
Kindergarten -3rd grade school children performing a fun-filled Holiday Show featuring songs from 5 holidays!!
My students did a fantastic job!!!! I was so proud of them. They really delivered. My most nervous moment was when the Samba Percussion kids played. For the first time, they nailed it. I was so happy. All the teachers did a great job preparing the students and making costums. I Couldn't ask for a better show.
This was a fun gig!! Everyone was so nice and really appreciated us being there. In fact, some of the schools staff joined us for "La Bamba" and one actually played the bongos for us during our second set. Love those kind of gigs.
Zion-Benton Public Lib. District
2400 Gabriel Ave.
This was an adventure! We planned way too much time to get there on a no traffic day, but better early than late. It was a very nice audience. The kids were alittle shy, but got going towards the middle. We sounded great and had lots of fun!
330 Laurel Ave
Nice crowd and lots of fun. Shana and I really enjoyed singing for the many families in attandance. We are still learning how to use our new sound system, but overall it work out well. Just some minor tweaks!