There has been some studies that show young kids in the Western Anglo-Saxon world are experiencing Liturgical Revival. For example, see this UPI report. I can imagine, as young people get tired of the emotional propping ups that happen in our beloved Evangelia, they will soon find it "cool" to be liturgical.
I won't find it surprising. Back home, a church I knew and visited started as your normal garden variety non-denominational Charismatic Church, it has now turned Episcopal and is even now aligned with the RCC.
This may be cause for rejoicing for those traditionalists that are in liturgical churches (Lutherans included). I have read some elations already.
But wait, just before you pop the champagne and swing to the theology of glory, have you read the report of Christian Smith?
According to this book, young people today are becoming Spiritual. Please get it, try not to read this to mean that they are becoming Christian. Smith's thesis is that young people today are into deistic, moralistic, therapeutic spirituality.
Where do you get a feeling of being 'spiritual'? You can get that kind of feeling by going through a religious ritual - one of which is the motion of going through a formal liturgy.
Young kids in the West no longer have tradition of any sort. What I mean is that they do not even have any "social" traditions at all. For example, try throwing them a birthday party and ask them to make a speech after blowing their cake candle. Have you noticed how they squirm? They like everything informal. They would rather elope than get engaged, getting engaged involves making speeches. They like to live-in than get married, getting married is so so formal, it mucks their style because that calls for some social ritual to be performed.
This traditional deprivation has a side effect. Starved of having nothing to expect in anything specially like in their relationships, they are starving for ritual. Their options generation gave them that - options - meaning they do not have to do anything -- and they often don't.
So just in case they turned up for Divine Service, just be half-happy, try not to let your joy be full. Because, they may not be there because of the Gospel, they could be there just to satisfy their tradition-depraved spirituality.
They could be looking for something "cool". They could be there for the feeling of being spiritual because they have gone through a liturgy. They could be there because of JBWA (Justification By Works Also).
I am not into liturgy as evangelism, I think I am rather for catechism as evangelism (if you ask me).
The missus suggested that we should wear a T-shirt emblazoned by the words "I will catechize you". Sounds like a good idea to me.