When is the Music Learning Spring Tour?

This year we will sponsor one spring tour to correspond with most schools’ Spring Break.  The trip is Monday, March 13 – Wednesday, March 15, 2023.

Where are we going?

This year we are traveling across Texas performing and visiting Galveston, Houston, and Kemah, TX.  We will visit NASA Space Center Houston, Kemah Boardwalk, and Moody Gardens.

Who can come on the Spring Tour?

All Music Learning students, parents, grandparents, and siblings can attend the Spring Tour.  Every band member will perform throughout the tour.  Many families choose to take their entire family on the tour as a fun filled spring vacation.  It is a great way to go skiing and play with the band at the same time!

How do we get there and where do we stay?

Your Spring Tour tuition includes round trip travel by chartered luxury motor coach.  We hire a large, professional bus company with an excellent safety record.  All drivers are full time bus operators.  The busses they have scheduled for us to use feature comfortable seating, DVD players, a restroom, and WiFi.  All participants stay in the official Spring Tour hotel.

Can we just drive our own vehicle on the trip?

We have found that the trip is the most positive experience and the best value for parents, students, and the Music Learning staff members when everyone travels together.  The Spring Tour is a ton of fun, but it can also be a tiring experience.   Save the headache and wear and tear on your vehicle by traveling with the band.  Transportation is also part of your Spring Tour tuition. 

My child is only in fourth grade, do many students his/her age go on this tour?

Absolutely!  Many students from all grade levels attend the Spring Tour. 

Are parents required to chaperone the Spring Tour?

This trip is very well chaperoned by the Music Learning Staff, official Tour Medic, and many parent chaperones.  While we do not require that any specific parents chaperone the tour with their child, we do encourage every parent to come. Our typical trip student to chaperone ratio is less than 4:1.  Additionally we take numerous safety measures including two-way FCC licensed radio communication between the staff and background checks on all parent chaperones to insure each participant’s safety.  We have an official Tour Medic, a fully licensed medical doctor or nurse, who dispenses medication and handles any other minor bumps and bruises that could happen on the trip.  

Wow, this trip sounds like so much fun with so many activities.  How much can all this cost?

You’re right – this trip is loads of fun jam packed with concerts, attractions, and fun.  Your trip cost includes motor coach transportation, lodging, meals, Trip ID & Security Materials, a souvenir t-shirt, attraction admission, and more.  The trip cost is based on when you choose to sign up for the Spring Tour.  Registration is time-sensitive and space is limited.  All students, parents, siblings, and guests pay the same trip fee and receive the same access to attractions while on the trip.  Also, we have to point out that once your payment is received, we incur costs and we start planning for you to attend the trip, so all payments are non-refundable and non-transferrable; no exceptions unless you enroll in the Tuition Refund Program.  

Space is limited?  I guess I should send in my forms and payment soon, right?


Anything else?

All of us at Music Learning are excited about our Spring Concert Tour!  We hope that the great musicians in the band and their families will be able to go on a fun and exciting Concert Tour with some great experiences along the way!

How do I sign up?  The whole family wants to go!

Online Registration is available now – click here to sign up!.  Space is limited and your registration will be processed based on the order it is received.  Please complete the online sign-up form first and then you can mail your deposit to our office at The Music Learning Foundation 3021 Ridge Road Ste. A176 Rockwall, TX 75032.

Where can I find out more information about the trip?  I still have a few specific questions.  

The best place to have your questions answered is through e-mail and the internet.  You can send an email to tour@musiclearning.org or check the Music Learning Foundation Website at www.musiclearning.org for more information.  You may also call our office at (972) 499-0831 and dial option 3.