Christina Wells

Music, arts, and more, Houston is home to some of the most talented artists in the country. It’s no surprise that Houston native and uber-talented Christina Wells is performing at the beloved Miller Outdoor Theatre in Houston. 

As a semi-finalist on America’s Got Talent, Christina is coming to her hometown of Houston to showcase her powerhouse singing chops. Christina’s message is simple: accept and love yourself.

Her music is a mix of song and story, with R&B and inspirational undertones, but she hadn’t always set out to be a singer. The mother of two was a nurse by trade, and it wasn’t until 2015 until she decided to try her hand at performing again. She competed in America’s Got Talent, Season 13, and while eliminated in the semifinals, left a lasting impact on America.

Her music is beautiful and moving and will motivate you while entertaining you. During the last year, her music is what we all need to hear to help lift our spirits.

Christina WellsIn a recent Instagram post from Christina, she shares a photo of her competing in Pride Superstar, and talks about her lows and her inevitable highs. “And now I am going to be HEADLINING MY OWN CONCERT AT Miller Outdoor Theatre!!,” she tells her followers. “If you can’t see the forest for the trees or the light at the end of the tunnel that’s ok. Just keep planting those seeds baby your harvest time is coming!”

 

Christina Wells Concert at the Miller Outdoor Theatre

Miller Outdoor TheaterThe Miller Outdoor Theatre, which is located on eight acres, is one of the only free open-air theaters of its kind in the United States. Tourists flock to the theater each year, as it stands as a symbol of celebration of culture and arts. This “always free” venue hosts concerts from jazz to classical, to ballet, and rock and is the perfect place to see a show this summer. 

While it’s free to attend, you will have to secure tickets, beginning the week of June 18th at 9AM. Masks are strongly encouraged for all attendees unless actively eating or drinking.

Hill seating does not require tickets is on a first-come, first-served basis. There are a limited number of socially distanced “pods,” that accommodate up to ten people if they’re in a known group. Everyone must sit inside a pod and once all pods are taken, no more hill seating will be allowed. Masks are strongly encouraged on the hill unless actively eating or drinking.

If you’re not comfortable with attending in person, you’re in luck: the theater will live stream most performances on their website, YouTube page and Facebook page. View the show from the comfort of your home, with a homemade snack and beverage as Christina belts out her songs.

Interested in more events at the Miller Outdoor Theatre? Check out our 2021 event schedule, including tips for the best possible concert experience.

 

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