When Weird Al Yankovic takes the stage in the Woodlands tonight some of his youngest fans will be in the audience.
Karin Reidel told her six kids that if they wanted to go, they would have to raise money for the tickets themselves. The kids, ages six to 12, set up a lemonade stand at Summerwood Community Pool.
A Harris County constable asked them what was up, and then contacted the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion.
A representative gave the kids 12 free tickets to the concert. They say the money they made on lemonade sales will pay for a vacation.
Weird Al is back to playing the hits and classics with his Strings Attached tour, a high-energy rock and comedy production featuring his original band, costumes, props, a video wall. And - for the first time – he’ll feature background singers and a full symphony orchestra.
There is no lawn seating. Tickets range in price. Gates open at 7 and the show is at 8.