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H.A.P.S. LIVE

7 p.m., Windsong Performing Arts Center. $15.

H.A.P.S., the fledgling local entertainment company, takes a broad approach. An acronym for “hip-hop, acoustic, pop and soul,” the company built its name in 2007 through music videos. Helmed by local director Jordan Atwater, H.A.P.S. last year produced fairly sophisticated online videos for artists like Rockst*r, Epiphany and Elise Davis. With an online radio show and a late night TV show, the company seems bent on multimedia domination. Now Atwater brings her brand to the stage with one of the first youth-oriented events at the state-of-the-art Windsong Performing Arts Center. On Saturday, H.A.P.S. will film and record a concert featuring local rapper Rockst*r, rap and soul duo Epiphany and Gina Gee, jazz saxophonist J. White and Atwater, queen of multi-tasking, who sings pop and soul. Tickets are available by calling 960-3071. Seating is limited and Atwater hopes to limit the concert to presale tickets.

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