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8-Year-Old’s Piano Recital In Front Yard Ends Up Attracting Hundreds of People

Kids have an imagination that is unlike anyone else. They dream big, they don’t let fear or practically anything get in their way. And that is exactly what 8-year-old Dylan did this past Saturday. It all started with a simple sign.

He placed a sign outside of his house promoting a piano concert played by himself. A local musician saw the sign and created a Facebook event for it.

8-Year-Old's Piano Recital In Front Yard Ends Up Attracting Hundreds of People
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Little did he know that a lot more people were invited to his event.

8-Year-Old's Piano Recital In Front Yard Ends Up Attracting Hundreds of People
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He provided cookies for his guests.

8-Year-Old's Piano Recital In Front Yard Ends Up Attracting Hundreds of People
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8-Year-Old's Piano Recital In Front Yard Ends Up Attracting Hundreds of People

As he played his music, some old music, some new music, & some unique music; the crowd cheered him on.

8-Year-Old's Piano Recital In Front Yard Ends Up Attracting Hundreds of People
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He asked his crowd “How long do you think I have been playing for?” Some one yelled “15 years” he simply replied “I am only 8.”

8-Year-Old's Piano Recital In Front Yard Ends Up Attracting Hundreds of People
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The rain didn’t stop the crowd from pouring in.

8-Year-Old's Piano Recital In Front Yard Ends Up Attracting Hundreds of People
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Most of his fans had signs too.

8-Year-Old's Piano Recital In Front Yard Ends Up Attracting Hundreds of People
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When he was all done he invited his guests to the park for ice cream, but they cheered and demanded an encore.

8-Year-Old's Piano Recital In Front Yard Ends Up Attracting Hundreds of People
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8-Year-Old's Piano Recital In Front Yard Ends Up Attracting Hundreds of People
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You can watch the local newscast below:

What an incredible kid, but more importantly what an incredible group of fans. Dylan is probably feeling pretty good about his little sign he started with.

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