Tomorrow night, The Ravelers help kick off the 5th season at the Victoria Gardens Cultural Center in Rancho Cucamonga.
The Ravelers will play at the Imaginarium Courtyard at 7pm, and the Loverboy concert starts at 8pm in the Lewis Family Playhouse. Tickets are normally $45, but the Ravelers have a discount offer of $25.
Saturday, September 11- The Ravelers with Loverboy!!!
Victoria Gardens Cultural Center (at the Victoria Gardens Mall)
12505 Cultural Center Drive Rancho Cucamonga, CA
The Ravelers play at 7:00pm. Raveler Friends get a great deal for a very fun night...$25 PER TICKET!!! When you get your tickets, tell them "We are with The Ravelers, Promo Code 1011, Loverboy."
The City's Depot Jazz Series kicks off next Friday at the Metrolink Depot on First St. in the Claremont Village. From the city website:
13th Annual Depot Jazz Series Returns
The Depot Jazz Series will return on September 17! Bring your chairs and a blanket and enjoy jazz under the stars. Concerts begin at 7:30 pm and end at 9:00 pm at the Claremont Depot. 13th Annual Depot Jazz Series, 200 West First St.
September 17: Jim Munoz Mambop Latin Jazz
September 24: Joel Penner
October 1st: Lao Tizer
Wolfe's Market will be onsite with a variety of dinner and snack items available for purchase. Parking is available at the Metrolink Lot (First & College).
Finally, The Press Restaurant offers the following this weekend:
Friday, September 10, 2010, 10pm
Jason Heath & The Greedy Souls
Jason Heath and the Greedy Souls couple rough-and-ragged folk and country strains with punk idealism and directness on their debut full-length, The Vain Hope of Horse, resulting in a sound that is as instantly familiar as it is convention-defying.
Saturday, September 11, 2010, 10pm
The Voodoo Fix
A rock band that doesn't know their roots doesn't know anything. Evident in their name alone, The Voodoo Fix has taken hold and twisted their roots in the blues to become a true American Rock band of a new age, taking the scene by storm. After their second successful tour, these Los Angeles-based rockers are hitting their live shows harder than ever, leaving their college crowds thirsting for more.
Sunday, September 12, 2010, 10pm
Rising from the Los Angeles underground of the 1980s, Savage Republic forged an astonishing reputation by virtue of five mesmerizing studio albums and a string of legendary live performances.
Forever shifting, their brand of ritualistically tribal exhibitions blurred the boundaries of postpunk, industrial and soundtrack music, incorporating minimalist bass rumbles, exotic metal percussion, primal chants, middle eastern melodies and even shards of surf guitar.
A "best of" 2-disc set entitled "Procession: An Aural History 1981-2010" has just been released.