Enjoy a Grease Sing-A-Long at the Aztec Theater!

Alamo City Moms Blog is happy to partner with the Aztec Theatre to share details about this upcoming event. This is a sponsored post.  

On Sunday, March 10th, celebrate 41 years of Grease!

Join fellow Pink Ladies and T-Birds at the Aztec Theatre on Sunday, March 10th to enjoy the classic movie on the big screen with freedom to sing along to all your favorite Grease tunes. Doors open at 2:00 P.M., and the family-friendly event is open to all ages. 

Get in the spirit by enjoying free ’50s hairstyling for men, women, and kids, courtesy of Victory Salon. Five stylists will be available from 2:00–4:00 P.M., and guests will be styled on a first-come, first-served basis in the theatre lobby. 

Adults can enjoy adult root beer floats with Not Your Father’s Root Beer or Guinness beverages. Younger Grease fans can enjoy root beer floats, cream sodas, and cola drinks with vanilla ice cream. All ages can enjoy the candy bar!

Create an authentic “Greased Lightning” moment with custom hot rods along Crockett Street before the Sing-A-Long and during intermission with members of the Pushrods Car Club. 

All Grease Sing-A-Long guests can take their ticket stub to the Hard Rock Café (located at 111 W. Crockett Street) and receive 20% off their meal tab (excludes alcohol). This offer is good for lunch or dinner the day of the show!

As a special treat for ACMB readers, use the discount code ACMB to get a family four-pack of tickets for $25! 

Click here to learn more or buy tickets: http://concerts.livenation.com/event/3A0055922569583B.

Michelle moved to San Antonio eight years ago and yet still feels like a newcomer. She is rather smitten with the Alamo City. She and her husband met at Texas A&M and started their marriage in Minnesota. After six years of very cold winters, they returned to Texas. Michelle has two kids (12 and 9), along with a very quirky rescue dog and two rather cute guinea pigs. A former corporate food scientist turned part-time yoga instructor, she still takes her food very seriously—she just doesn’t get paid for it anymore. She is fueled by tea, cold brew coffee, yoga, dog walking, books and quickly googling answers to her kids eleventy million questions.