Hollywood Blondie - a tribute to Blondie

That 80's Bar, 10555 Mills Ave, Montclair, CA 91763

Blondie -Live- Tribute Show +80s Dance Party!!! Voted Best 80s Nightclub Drink..Dance..Party!! Dj's playing the Best 80s / New Wave / Freestyle / Hi-NRG All Night Long!! Celebrate your Party with us!! Always a great time!! Doors Open at 7pm till 2am FREE Parking - Early Arrival Strongly Suggested!! 21+up / 2 Fully Stocked Bars / 80s visuals / Dance Floor invite your Friends and Let's Party like it's 1984 www.That80sBar

Stevie Nicks Illusion

Jamul Casino, 14145 Campo Dr., Jamul CA 91935

JAMUL CASINO ENTERTAINMENT Cut loose and cut a rug or just chill with your crew at JIVe lounge, our electric live entertainment venue just steps away from the casino floor. We feature some of Southern California's hottest D.J.'s and best local bands along with signature handcrafted cocktails like Manhattan Jive and Prima Donna. Jump into JIVe. Hours: Mon/Tue/Wed: 6PM – 10PM | Thu: 6PM – 12AM
Fri: 6PM – 1AM | Sat: 4PM – 1AM | Sun: 3PM – 10PM https://www.jamulcasinosd.com/entertainment/

Chicago Tribute Experience

Alvas Showroom, 1417 W. 8th Street, San Pedro CA 90732

Chicago Tribute Experience brings you back to the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s with all of Chicago’s greatest hits performed live by some of the world’s finest musicians. This tremendous tribute to the writing, performance, style and sound of the original Chicago lineup has been carefully and thoughtfully re-created for the highest entertainment value. Most of these musicians grew up listening, learning, and passionately playing and singing along to what is now truly a phenomenon worth recreating. Enjoy the journey as they take you on the “Experience”… the “Chicago Tribute Experience”.

Stevie Nicks Illusion

The Alcazar Theatre, 4916 Carpinteria Ave. , Carpinteria CA 93013

The Alcazar Theatre opened on April 27, 1928. Owner, Henry J. Muller invested $50,000 to build the theater that builder Alex C. D’Alfonso claimed was “As Strong and Sturdy as the Rock of Gibralter”.

The opening of the theatre prompted telegrams of congratulations from MGM, Paramount and Christie Films, among others, to the first proprietor of the theater, long time resident and actor Oliver Prickett (sometimes known as Oliver Blake) of “Ma and Pa Kettle” fame.

Opening night at the Alcazar featured a live band and the premier showing of a comedy “The Fifty-Fifty Girl”….admission was $1.10.

Through the ensuing 90 years, the Alcazar changed hands and names…such as the Ritz, the Del Mar, the Tradewinds and for the past few decades, the Plaza Theater, most recently under the management of Metropolitan Theatres.

Now, after almost a decade of being known as the Plaza Playhouse Theater, we’ve changed back to our original namesake — Alcazar Theatre — and look forward to returning our theater to a center of arts and entertainment for the entire Carpinteria Valley community.