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Teens on a Mission: Showcasing Rock and Roll, Art, and Culture

November 18, 2018 @ 1:00 pm - 8:00 pm


High Voltage Music Program is celebrating the 300th of San Antonio by hosting a free Rock-n-Roll Concert for the Community. We are excited to announce that San Antonio’s Chicana Punk Rock band FEA will be headlining our Tricentennial event along with Teen co-headliners Austin-award winning Tiarra Girls and Z-Pocalypse, a teen rock/metal/punk band from HVMP. Other acts through the day include DJ EPSR spinning rock and roll, High Voltage Acoustic and Electric students, Entropy, Dream Place and a very special performance by 13-year-old Susan Alexander! Visit the Art Gallery which will be featuring Art by talented SA area teens and the creative Teen Vendors! Community Partners include: Wear a Helmet for your Mom, P.E.A.C.E. Initiatives, Rape Crisis Center, Voter registration and more! We will be giving away a couple of door prizes including an Acoustic Guitar. Prizes in our raffle include an Electric Guitar, a Bike, Skateboard, various packages including movie passes, pizza, game cards, gift cards and much more! Live Painting by Artist John Eric Delazerda. Drop your teen off for a full day of fun or come in and join them and rock out! Free and open to the public.  All proceeds from the Raffle, Concessions and Merchandise will benefit High Voltage Music Programs annual cost for free music lessons and workshops for teens. We’d like to thank The Rock Box for partnering up with us for this rockin’ day!


November 18, 2018
1:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Bexar County Precinct
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The Rock box
1223 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, 78205
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