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DIRTYBIRD Campout Official Trailer is Here!

After hosting a summer of BBQ events, Dirtybird Records is gearing up for their biggest event yet with the Dirtybird Campout in Southern California’s Oak Canyon Park. Taking place October 2-4, the 3-day camping music festival bears the tagline “Just like the summer camp you remember...

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Festivals Music

The Do Lab’s Wet n’ Wild Woogie Weekend

A little rain couldn’t stop The Do Lab‘s second creative camp out venture and music festival. Despite flooding in the camp out areas and music stages due a hit by an unexpected tropical storm, attendees of Woogie Weekend rocked on. Hosted at Southern California’s Oak Canyon Park...

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Lightning in a Bottle, a Place Where Creativity Has No Boundaries

After attending a number of different festivals held throughout California, I can definitely say that The Do Lab’s premier camp out festival, Lightning in a Bottle, is something truly unique and special to experience. Taking place in Bradley over Memorial Day weekend, the 5-day festival’s...

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Festivals Music

SnowGlobe Photo Recap

New Year’s Eve is a holiday where friends and family love to get together to celebrate and SnowGlobe Music Festival provides the perfect way to ring in the new year. Great music and impressive line-ups create an exciting atmosphere, made only better by the South Lake Tahoe setting. As long as...

The Zoo Parties with Twilight Thursdays
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The Zoo Parties with Twilight Thursdays

There is something magical about Sacramento summer nights. The day can be scorching yet often the Delta breeze blows creating a renewed sense of energy and excitement for the evening hours. This magical effect is certainly not lost at the Sacramento Zoo, especially on Thursdays. Through July 31st...

Crest Theatre Hosts a Pair of Music Legends
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Crest Theatre Hosts a Pair of Music Legends

The Crest Theatre hosted a pair of music legends over the weekend: Kris Kristofferson on Saturday and Don McLean on Sunday. Both performances were sold out and the audiences were loud and appreciative throughout each evening. Mr. Kristofferson often appeared bashful and almost overwhelmed by the...

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