Appearing at Pechanga Resort & Casino on June 25th, Fator’s current touring show gives the audience a behind the scenes look at the entertainer’s rise to fame; one that his fans played a unique, contributing role.
This summer, the weekend entertainment starts a few days early with the return of the City of Temecula Community Services Department’s annual Summer Sunset Concert Series, every Thursday evening in June and July.
Like a lot of sports-loving Americans, longtime Temecula resident Bob Craig and his son Ryan had the very ambitious dream of opening the perfect bar and restaurant for their community to sit, relax and watch their favorite teams. But, as opposed to those who never follow through with their foodie fantasy, the father and son team worked for years to turn Uncle Bob’s Sports Bar & Grill from dream into reality.
School may be out but the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library is keeping your head in the game with their Read for the Win Summer Family Programs.
I conducted an informal, but still enlightening, poll on social media posing this question: Where can someone in the over 40 crowd hang out in the Temecula Valley without feeling insecure, out of place, or…for lack of a better word…old?
The Old Town Temecula Community Theater is about to have some enchanted evenings, when Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Tony Award-Winning musical, South Pacific takes the stage May 26th through June 12th; presented by the Temecula Valley Players.
Throughout the Inland Empire, individual cities will be holding their own remembrances and activities in honor of our country’s fallen heroes on Memorial Day, Monday, May 30, 2016.
Thornton Winery’s annual Champagne Jazz Series is a widely popular Temecula wine country tradition; offering musical lovers a chance to see some of the biggest names in the jazz genre in an intimate and beautiful setting. Now in its 28th year, the Champagne Jazz Series began as a way for the winery to gain recognition as not only a producer of fine wine, but also an entertainment and nightlife destination.
It’s almost May and the onset of spring can definitely be felt in the air and Temecula has a wealth of fun outdoor activities, flavors, sights and sounds that start springing up in at this time of year.
For 2016, the Temecula Valley Music Awards have grown from nine categories to twelve including acoustic, blues, country, pop, rock and more, even including categories for local cover and tribute bands, which have become a favorite amongst wine country audiences in recent years. Currently on the TVMA, artists can submit themselves or their band for nominee consideration.