The Zone provides a fun place where children and their families can go to take their minds off illness. The space includes all kinds of arcade games and even a radio station, where patients can create music and programs to be broadcast throughout the hospital.
Garth says, "The kids in this hospital, and hospitals around the world, have a harder climb than a kid who is not. Our job is to remind them and remind all of us that they are kids, to let them be kids."
After performing in Oklahoma, Hagar flew down to his home in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, and who should be riding horses on the beach in front of his house but his good friend, Kenny Chesney.
Hagar says, "I thought I was hallucinating [and] next thing I know we're eating tacos, drinking margaritas, sitting around playing songs trying to write another one that lives up to 'One Sip and You'll Surrender,' riding ATVs up and down the beach, in and out of the ocean. I'm telling you, one of the most fun days I have had doing a whole lotta nothing in a long time... him and I are brothers from a different mother, cut from the same cloth..."
Hagar will be back north of the border for Independence Day. He and his new band, The Circle, have shows in Illinois on Friday and Wisconsin on Saturday.
The night will be capped off with what's expected to be the nation's biggest fireworks display -- even bigger than New York City's. The entertainment will be live-streamed beginning at 6:30 p.m. with Martina taking the stage at 8:10 p.m.(ALL TIMES ARE CST)
The stream is available on AT&T U-Verse website or the U-Verse App.