Freeport High School wants you to feel like a kid again with Schoolhouse Rock Live.

Schoolhouse Rock Live Is Coming To Freeport

The iconic show from Saturday Morning Cartoons in the 1970s is coming to life in Freeport. A group of teachers from Freeport High School will be performing the show live.

It is scheduled for Friday, July 16th, and Saturday, July 17th at the historic Krape Park Bandshell located at 799 S Park Blvd in Freeport. Doors open at 6:15 pm, the show starts at 7 pm and will end at 8 pm.

Tickets are just $8 each. There is bleacher seating or you can bring a lawn chair.

Purchase tickets, HERE.

Flashback Of Schoolhouse Rock

If you are having trouble remembering Schoolhouse Rock, here are a few of my favorite segments for you to check out.

Video: Schoolhouse Rock: Grammar - Conjunction Junction Music Video

Video: Schoolhouse Rock: America - I'm Just a Bill Music Video

Video: Schoolhouse Rock!: America - The Shot Heard 'Round the World

More Than Just A Cartoon

Kids today are so lucky. They can pretty much get cartoons whenever they want. For me and other people my age, we had to wait for Saturday mornings.

The three networks definitely made it worth the wait. There were some legendary shows released back in those days.

Of course, one of my favorites was Schoolhouse Rock. It is funny how the television station programmers disguised education with fun. Yes, I really did learn from episodes of the show. It did actually help me with my homework.

SEE: 30 Toys That Defined the '70s

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