School of Rock the Musical is Coming to Cincinnati and We Have Tickets To Give Away! (we have a winner)

This giveaway is sponsored by Broadway in Cincinnati

School of Rock the Musical will soon be rocking Cincinnati! This family friendly show is the next performance of the 17-18 Broadway in Cincinnati season.

school of rock the musical in cincinnati

The touring production of the smash hit Broadway musical, based on the 2003 movie of the same name, will open on February 21 at the Aronoff Center for the Arts and close on March 4, 2018.

School of Rock the Musical in cincinnati

Based on the hit film, School of Rock The Musical is a hilarious new musical that follows Dewey Finn, a failed, wannabe rock star who decides to earn a few extra bucks by posing as a substitute teacher at a prestigious prep school. There he turns a class of straight A students into a guitar shredding, bass slapping, mind blowing rock band.

School of Rock Cincinnati

While teaching these pintsized prodigies what it means to truly rock, Dewey falls for the school’s beautiful, but uptight headmistress, helping her rediscover the wild child within.

School of Rock at the Aronoff Center

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.

School of Rock, the Musical will be at the Aronoff Center from Feb. 21 to March 4, 2018.

Congrats to our winner – Carly! Carly, I sent you an email with details.

And we have tickets to give away!

One lucky winner will receive four tickets to see School of Rock the Musical on Wednesday, Feb.21 (show is at 7:30pm).

Here’s How to Enter:

Simply leave a comment below (on this post) and tell us what instrument YOU play (or wish you could play!).


Giveaway Details: Tickets donated by Broadway in Cincinnati. Contest ends on Monday, Feb. 19  at 9:00 am.  You must leave a comment on this post in order to enter to win. No purchase is necessary. Winner will be contacted via email.  Winner have until 24 hours to claim the prize and respond to the email.  Unclaimed prize will be given to the next randomly chosen winner(s).  Winner will be randomly chosen via No purchase necessary. This giveaway originates in Ohio. We opened the giveaway on Sunday, Feb. 11 at 8pm.  Odds of winning depend upon the number of entries received. One winner will receive four tickets for School of Rock the Musical as detailed above. The winner will be posted here by Feb. 26. This is sponsored by and our address is P.O. Box 15334, Cincinnati, Ohio 45215.


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  1. I played the piano and violin growing up. I no longer have either but I occasionally borrow my younger cousin’s violin to practice a few songs I still remember.

  2. I really wish I could play the piano, I literally watched YouTube videos to try to teach myself but it never worked out. I’m also really intrigued by the violin, but I understand that it’s an extremely difficult instrument to master so I’ll settle for just listening.

  3. As a child and all through high school I played piano, percussion, marching drums, and steel drums. I would really like to get back into playing piano!

  4. I wish I could play the piano & relearn how to play the violin. I played the violin in elementary school & wish I had kept playing.

  5. I play quite a few well: guitar, ukulele, violin, learning piano. I’ve always wanted to learn cello and one day I will.

  6. I’ve been trying to learn guitar since 2009… obviously it’s going really well. I’ve recently picked up piano again though after taking lessons through high school.

  7. Musical nomad–started with violin 4th-12th grade; played electric bass during a metal phase; began piano/keyboard in late-highschool; ukulele in college because I couldn’t afford a guitar; and now acoustic guitar! Dabbles in vocal chords.

  8. I play nothing because I have no musical talent but I have 3 kids that play piano and a husband that can play just about any instrument, but he mostly plays guitar.

  9. I played the flute for 8 years. My daughter plays flute as well. My oldest son played the trombone in band. My youngest son, however, has taken to teaching himself various instruments. He plays baritone in the school band but has taught himself piano, tenor sax and the ukelele over the past two years. This would be an awesome show for us!

  10. I couldn’t even play the tamborine if I tried although I begged for one for Christmas when I was a little girl and I loved it. . I have no music talent whatsoever but that doesn’t mean I don’t sing out loud in my car to great music on the stereo and I think I’m pretty good. Lol. I love all genres of music and I have a great appreciation for it even if I wasn’t blessed with musical talent. I loved the movie and would love to take my almost 11 year old grandson to see this version. He would love it.

  11. I play a little piano. My kids are very musical though!! Both in marching band while they were in high school, and my oldest is now a music teacher!

  12. I wish I could play guitar. My oldest son who’s 14 years old is learning to play. Funny enough we’re watching School of Rock the movie right now!????

  13. I play the clarinet (well I did in high school). Last Christmas, my sister brought one home for me to play on and after 20 years it came back like riding a bike! My 7 year old would LOVE to go see school of rock!

  14. Guitar – some what!, my wife plays the flute, piccolo and piano – this show would be for her! She is a huge rock fan too!

  15. Love to watch my granddaughter play the fiddle! I wanted to learn to play the flute, but my Dad brought home an accordion instead!

  16. Ridin’ down the highway. Goin’ to a show. Stop in all the by-ways. Playin’ rock ‘n’ roll….crushing it on the keyboard I play and vocals I rip!
    I’m a long way from the top, but I love to rock n roll!!

  17. always wanted to play the drums but mom and dad said no in elementary, which pushed me toward singing, which, turns out, is something I’m good at. Also learned piano. My kids have played clarinet and flute and both have gorgeous singing voices.
    oh, and I am crazy good at the kazoo 🙂

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