Hollywood Teen Stars weekend shows cancelled
For refunds or to purchase tickets, call Frank Salazar at 361-237-0351 or visit the Victoria Fine Arts Center Box Office at 1002 Sam Houston Drive between 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
If you go:
• WHEN: Noon and 5 p.m. Saturday
• WHERE: Victoria Fine Arts Center, 1002 Sam Houston Drive
• HOW MUCH: $25 general admission, $50 floor seats, $100 VIP, which includes a meet-and-greet
• FOR MORE INFO: Call 361-237-0351
UPDATE: According to a recording at the Victoria Fine Arts Center ticket booth, both of Saturday's shows for "Hollywood Teen Stars" have been cancelled. The VFAC will not be refunding ticket money. Frank Salazar will be refunding the money at a yet-to-be-determined date. Ticket holders are asked to pay attention to local media, including the Victoria Advocate for a date and time to receive refunds from Frank Salazar at the Victoria Fine Arts Center.
Fans are shaken, not stirred, with the new lineup for Saturday's concert at the Victoria Fine Arts Center.
Stars from "A.N.T. Farm" are scheduled to come to Victoria on Saturday instead of cast members from "Shake it Up."
The original show date, acts and name have been reorganized. Saturday's show is called "Hollywood Teen Stars."
"I've never had problems like this before, but the show must go on," said Frank Salazar, who has been a promoter for 20 years.
The original date of June 30 had to be rescheduled and the production agency gave Salazar the Saturday date.
All tickets previously purchased will be honored.
People who would like to purchase tickets or schedule a refund can go to the Victoria Fine Arts Center box office or call 361-237-0351.
There are two shows scheduled at noon and 5 p.m. with "A.N.T. Farm" stars China McClain, Stefanie Scott, Carlon Jeffery and Allie Deberry.
Caroline Sunshine, who portrays Tinka Hessenheffer on "Shake it Up," also is scheduled to make an appearance. China's sisters Sierra and Lauryn McClain also will perform.
Salazar apologized for the inconvenience that the mix-up has caused fans.
"I'm doing anything and everything to make them happy," Salazar said.