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March 21, 2013

Michael Hix and the Hitmakers return to Texas Opry Theater

Arlington’s Michael Hix and the Hitmakers are bringing their Blues Brothers-style “Rock-N-Roll Heaven” show to the Texas Opry Theater for one show on Friday, April 5.

The show is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m.

Be prepared to be thoroughly entertained. Dress in your rockin’ and rollin’ attire if you wish but come ready to laugh, clap, sing along and have fun. This show will leave you wanting more and more.

Hix is one of the fastest-rising entertainers in the country. From stage, studio and film, Hix is the true definition of the word “entertainer.” Come for a great night of rock-n-roll nostalgic music that spans the decades. Along with a 10-piece band, you never know what surprises Hix will have up his sleeve.

The Hitmaker’s Band features a cast of extremely talented individuals. These performers have traveled all over the country performing with some of the biggest names in the recording industry.

Tickets

• $25 VIP seating in first eight rows left, center and right (no group discounts in these sections).

• $20 seating in remaining 11 rows left, center and right.

• $18 each for groups of 20 and more. May choose seating in any of the 11 rows (rows I-S) left, center and right. Children ages 11 and under tickets are at a 50 percent discount only in the $20 seats. Lap babies are free.

• Call 817-341-1000 for group reservations and children’s discounts. To purchase advance tickets go here or visit www.texasoprytheater.com.

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