childrens music

  1. Tips for Taking Kids to Music Festivals

    Becoming a parent doesn’t mean it has to be the end for festival goers and concert lovers, as long as you’re well prepared you and the kids can enjoy a weekend away for festival season. There are obvious concerns for parents who want to take their children to these events but as long as you’re informed and do not take anyone who may be vulnerable then you can still attend.

    You will also want to take other people and the artists into consideration, bring a crying toddler isn’t the best idea as it will ruin the show for others and distract the performer. If you do decide to bring along a younger child who may cause some disruption then you will need to be prepared to leave and possibly miss the show or other events. Ultimately with younger children I would advise you do not bring them along.

    As for the older kids there are so many amazing festivals which are dedicated to families so I would highly recommend you check those out. If you have a different event in mind the

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  2. Things to Consider if you want to make Children's Music

    If I had to take a guess most aspiring musicians or those wanting to go a different route with their sound have never considered children’s music. Of course it has a niche audience and usually it isn’t something you think would go hand in hand with musical success but you shouldn’t pass it up, at least not yet.

    If you’re someone who has considered pursing children’s music then there are a few things to consider first. It takes a lot more than just talent, you have to get into the mind of your audience and with kids that can be difficult you need to understand what they like and what most want from a children’s song, this includes the parents.

    Most of us listen to music to unwind, to party and to generally enjoy ourselves. The difference with children music is that it’s only to enjoy but in many cases it's a form of education, it’s used throughout schools and clubs so it’s important that you understand how and where your music will be heard.


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