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SixFlags Elitch Gardens Events and Concerts June 20 - 24

 

The Soulful Sounds of D-Town, India.Arie with special guests Hazel Miller and Wendy Woo - 6/20

Named Vibe Magazine's Best New Artist, India.Arie has drawn a legion of fans. Her powerful melodies and soulful lyrics are sure to entertain crowds. She combines inviting music with positive and encouraging messages in her songs. She is now promoting her second album Voyage, the follow up to her double platinum album Acoustic Soul.  For more information: www.indiaarie.com


Joining India.Arie will be two very talented woman Hazel Miller and Wendy Woo. Hazel possesses powerful, yet striking vocals, which mesmerize audiences. She has performed with such bands as Big Head Todd and the Monsters, and at the 1998 Super Bowl Championship. Her newest CD is titled Live at the Fox. For more information: www.hazelmiller.com


Wendy Woo combines captivating pop lyrics with distinct instrumental sounds. She has captured numerous awards including 1998s Best Musician by The Boulder Weekly, and Best Acoustic Artist from the Westward. For more information: www.wendywoo.com


**The 15 FREE concerts are exclusively for Six Flags Elitch Gardens Season Pass holders. They will enjoy concerts at the new Universal Lending Pavilion on the grounds of Pepsi Center. Tickets for the selected performances are limited and will be handed out the day of the show at Six Flags Elitch Gardens on a first-come, first-served basis to Season Pass holders only starting at noon. Miss Hawaiian Tropic Six Flags Elitch Gardens Pageant - 6/21 - 6/22


Susan Tedeschi with Robert Randolph & The Family Band - 6/21
Susan Tedeschi’s nomination for “Best New Artist” at the 2000 Grammy Awards grabbed the attention of the music industry and heralded the arrival of an artist with real staying power. The way Tedeschi’s pipes manage to get “soul” across in her music has earned her comparisons to Bonnie Raitt and Janis Joplin, while her musical approach puts her in the company of Lenny Kravitz, Sheryl Crow and Willie Nelson (with whom she has toured.) For more information: www.susantedeschi.com

Robert Randolph & The Family Band The music of Robert Randolph itself is a hot, tasty soup, brewed in a melting pot of influences. Its broth is the gospel of the House of God church seasoned with pedal and lap steel guitars. Now at age 24, Randolph is a master chef, adding the ingredients to his soup - chunky bits of his idol, Stevie Ray Vaughn, mixed in with spices of funk, R&B, blues, and hip hop. For more information: www.robertrandolph.net

**The 15 FREE concerts are exclusively for Six Flags Elitch Gardens Season Pass holders. They will enjoy concerts at the new Universal Lending Pavilion on the grounds of Pepsi Center. Tickets for the selected performances are limited and will be handed out the day of the show at Six Flags Elitch Gardens on a first-come, first-served basis to Season Pass holders only starting at noon. John Hiatt & The Goners and Co-Headliner Leo Kottke - 6/24


One of the most celebrated songwriters alive, John Hiatt’s compositions have been covered by dozens of artists including Bob Dylan, Bonnie Raitt, and B.B. King (not to mention Iggy Pop or Paula Abdul). His latest album, Gruff Exterior, contains all the Hiatt trademarks that have earned him such respect - the finely rendered details, the subtle blend of humor and pathos, the unpredictable yet instantly-memorable melodies. For more information: www.johnhiatt.com

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