October 31, 2020

1994-04-01 – The Galveston Daily News

1994 04 01 The_Galveston_Daily_News_Fri__Apr_1__1994_

Houston happenings

It’s Christian Youth
Weekend at Six Flags

AstroWorld with Christian "

performing artists DC Talk
and Audio Adrenaline,
Newsboys, Cindy Morgan
and PFR (Pray for Rain) all
performing at the park’s
Southern Star Amphithe-
atre.

Today at 7 p.m., Dove
Award-winm'ng DC Talk
and Audio Adrenaline per-
form a mix of rap, rock and
soul. Saturday at 7 p.m.,
the contemporary Chris-
tian band N ewsboys per-
forms direct from Aus-
tralia, followed by urban
pop singer Cindy Morgan
(“A Reason to Live”) Mor-
gan was voted 1993 New
Artist of the Year by the

Gospel Music Association
Dove Awards.

Concerts are free with
regular admission to Six
Flags AstroWorld. Ad-
mission is $24.95 plus tax
adults, $16.95 plus tax for
children under 54”. The

‘The Who's Tommy" comes to Jones Hall next week.

theme park is located off Musical Show Recording,
Loop 610 South at Fannin. the high-tech production is

filled with dramatic light- '

0 - ' ing, robotic instruments
Baby boomers, start your and dozens of video screens

engines. “The Who’s Tom- and, of bourse, Pete Town-
my,” the rock musical shend’s timeless rock music
derived from the 1969 including hits such as “See
album of the same name, Me, Feel Me,” “Sensation”
comes to Jones Hall next and “Pinball Wizard.” Tick-
week, April 6-11. Winner of ets are $33-$39 through
five Tony Awards and a TicketMaster; call (713)
1994 Grammy for Best 629-3700.