More info at: https://www.kyledine.com/texas.html
More info at: https://www.kyledine.com/texas.html
I’m thrilled to return to the Lone Star State to raise awareness at schools and at the upcoming FARE Walk on Nov. 10th, 2018.
I have availability for school shows on the few days leading up to the walk. Get in touch if interested for your school and I’ll send along some info to give to your principal/PTA.
Contact today and see y’all down there this fall!
Greetings! I’m happy to announce that I will be back in California performing at schools in February, 2018. As always, my assemblies encompass strong messages of allergy education and anti-bullying, all while promoting understanding and empathy to students. Of course, it’s presented in a fun way with music, trivia and puppets!
I only have a few available dates left. Please get in touch if you’re school is interested and I can send along more information about exact availability for your area and fees.
What a tour! The #AllergyRoadTrip tour is done. 50 shows in 30 days…
I love doing tour recaps after the dust settles, because it’s great to reflect on such an incredibly busy time, and finally let all of the special moments sink in.
When I’m on tour, every day feels like a marathon. Early morning drives, performances (sometimes 4 x day), more driving, finding safe dinner, then checking into new accommodation. People ask me where I will be tomorrow, and it’s common for me to stare blankly back at them and respond “I’m not there yet!”. It’s not that I don’t have a plan (I meticulously plan every route and detail ahead of time), it’s just too overwhelming to think beyond the next few hours! I simply hop into my car and follow along the plan I weeks earlier I inputted into my GPS.
There’s something very freeing about going on tour. I check-out of all of my other work commitments so I can truly focus and immerse myself with performances. When I’m off stage, I simply enjoy soaking up the moments, the new people, and places that I just may never encounter again. I feel so lucky and try hard at not taking any of it for granted!
My fall 2017 tour started the best way possible – with a big ol’ family Thanksgiving in Canada with my relatives. Gobble gobble! I then had a few shows around Toronto and my hometown of Kingston, ON. Thankfully, the new material/songs that I worked hard on during my “offseason” went over well.
Then it was time to head down to the U.S! I always get excited to cross the border – it never gets old for me. Especially after all of the work in applying for a temporary U.S. work visa, there’s a sense of anticipation after the long paperwork process. The drive over the thousand Islands and down through Northern New York is stunning.
Many of the weeks I spent cross-crossing the same highways from New York, to Boston, to Long Island, to New Jersey, back to Boston….and repeat! My tour manager (aka me!) does not deserve a raise! I have some amazing friends that I got to see along the way, with special highlights including Sleepy Hollow, NY around Halloween, a bonfire in Boston, lounging in Maryland, Mexican lunch in West Virginia, and a super fun soccer shoot-out in PA! All of these folks all know who they are and hopefully know how much I feel eternally grateful to them! Dinners, coffees, hanging out, shooting hoops with good people make the days extra special.
I missed my little one back home and fully realize that being away 4 weeks is my limit. Even that is tough…it seemed manageable compared to the 5.5 weeks away in May.
Once I got home, she came running with a HUGE smile and look of almost disbelief! The moment instantly made me feel at home. It’s a random life our family lives, but it’s one that works and gives us neat opportunities, amazing friendships and a lifetime of memories. Hopefully the next tour will be with the whole fam! My daughter is starting to dig the harmonica…the next Partridge family perhaps?
I’ll do it all over again during the next tour in California this February! Get in touch for details and availability.
I’m really looking forward to performing at this walk for the second year in a row! I hope to see you there! Register and start fundraising at: www.fare.foodallergy.org/westchester
Back at it for Food Allergy Awareness Month (Canada)/ Week (U.S.)! This time I will be crossing the U.S. from Chicago over to New York, available at every spot in between.
To find out my exact availability, shoot me over an email and I will get back to you right away.
It’s the real teal deal folks!
I will be visiting some sunny spots this spring and hope I get a chance to visit your school!
My availability will be:
If interested in getting more info, feel free to send me a note! I’ll get right back to you.
Surfs up! 🙂
I’m very excited to announce that I will be performing again at the FARE walk in Dallas, TX on December 2! If you are in the area, I hope you can make it out. It’s at one of the coolest venues – The Dallas Zoo!
I’ll be flying in a few days before the walk and will be available for school assemblies in Texas from Nov. 29th – Dec 1st.
If you are interested in raising allergy awareness at your school, please check out my info package and send it along to your school.
Feel free to get in touch with me directly if I can provide any other info, or whether your school would like to confirm a date.
See ya down south y’all!
This past October was a blast! I criss-crossed the North Eastern U.S. performing at over 30 schools educating thousands of children about food allergies (check out my pictures!). As always, I was incredibly encouraged by the students’ desire to learn more about food allergies once given the opportunity.
I will be back on the road performing school-wide food allergy education assemblies at elementary schools in May and June, 2017. Get in touch soon if you are at all interested for your school. It’s a fun way to educate students during Food Allergy Awareness Month!