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- Austin's Tiarra Girls will be one of the co-headliners at the Teens on a Mission show.
The High Voltage Music Program — S.A.'s homegrown, nonprofit equivalent to the School of Rock — will turn the mic over to teens for a free festival on Saturday highlighting young performers, artists
The Teens on a Mission showcase will raise money for High Voltage, a free Idea South Flores after-school program that lets young rockers learn from old pros like singer-songwriter Harvey Mclaughlin and
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- San Antonio's Z-Pocalypse, made up of graduates of the High Voltage program, also will perform.
High Voltage students will perform throughout the day and the show's co-headliners take
Black Molly, an outfit made up of S.A. metal and hard rock scene veterans, will close out the night.
In addition to the music, Teens on a Mission will feature work by young artists and craft vendors plus screenings of student short films. Expect the usual array of food and community-outreach booths too.
Free, Sat Oct. 20, 3-10 pm, Mission Marquee Plaza, 3100 Roosevelt Ave, (210) 643-6240, highvoltagemusic.org.