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DOWNTOWN VACAVILLE EVENTS CALENDAR
Solano Community Symphony

World’s Greatest Classics

Maestro Semyon Lohss
Conductor/Music Director

Pelleas et Melisande Suite, Op. 80 G. Faure

Overture, Scherzo and Finale, Op. 52 R. Schumann

Symphony No. 1 in C major G. Bizet

Sunday, March 20, 2016  / 3:00PM  / Tickets: $15.00 -
$30.00
The Saturday Club of Solano County presents

United States Air Force Band of the Golden West:
The Commanders Jazz Ensemble



Tickets will distributed on March 12 @ 10A. Tickets are first
come, first serve. Limit 4 per family.
There will be a wait list that starts one hour before the
concert. If seats become available, they will be released to
first come first serve based on the wait list.

On April 10, 2016 at 3P, the energetic group of highly trained
professional airmen-musicians, The Commanders Jazz
Ensemble, returns to VPAT! Enjoy everything from
traditional jazz, cool, bop and swing to Broadway favorites,
popular tunes, Latin rhythms and patriotic music.

Sunday, April 10, 2016  / 3:00PM  / Tickets: free
Samantics World Premiere

In Paradisum



Tickets Coming Soon!

Samantics Choir, and well-known soloists drawn from
Sacramento, the Bay area, Nashville and D.C., will premiere
an original choral work composed by Sam Schieber, Director
of Samantics. Sam calls upon his lifelong experience with a
wide variety of choral and solo writing to construct a work
that showcases the unique talents of the Samantics Choir.
True to all Samantics programs, this is guaranteed to be like
no other concert experience!

Friday, April 15, 2016  / 7:30PM  / Tickets: $10.00 -
$18.00
Travis Unified School District presents

Travis Arts Festival

Artwork will be on display in the lobby and musical groups
will be performing continuously throughout the day. Please
join us for this free event to celebrate the talents of our
children and their work to enrich society.

Saturday, April 23, 2016  / 9:30PM - 3:30PM  / Tickets:
free
Vacaville Performing Arts Theatre
LADIES NIGHT
Thursday, March 24th, 2016
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Event Details

This is our 8th Annual “Ladies Night”
happening in Downtown Vacaville.  
This event is hosted by many of our
Health, Beauty and Spa locations along with our restaurants
and pubs.  The beauty shops and spas hold open houses
with product demonstrations and specials.  Our restaurants
are ready for the fun too along with musical entertainment at
several locations.  Start in Town Square to pick up your free
bag while supplies last.  After 6 pm, bags will be available at
Jackson Medical Supply (while supplies last)There you will
receive a program with a map listing all the participating
businesses and their specials. Have a wonderful evening in
the Heart of the City!  And don’t forget…guys are invited too.
Vacaville Performing Arts Theatre
Vacaville Performing Arts Theatre
Vacaville Performing Arts Theatre
Terry Sheets Band, a four-piece group known
for its high-energy and highly danceable
country rock sound.
Saturday morning, The Beer Brothers will
share stories and songs about their adventures
Followed by Jason Cody and Whiskey Ridge at
10:45 a.m.
Both groups boast a toe-tapping
signature sound.
The Jackson Stone Band performs at noon.







The group is a professional Southern rock act that started in
1988. Its members have opened for many nationally known
musicians, such as Hank Williams Jr., Dave Mason, Lynyrd
Skynyrd, Foreigner, CCR, Joe Bonamassa, 38 Special, and Charlie
Daniels. The band, which recently recorded its third album, also
performs original music that has international distribution.
At 2 p.m., The Desert Moon Band








will offer a rocking country sound and classic country tunes. Its
sound includes soaring three-part harmonies and the
instrumentation of pedal steel guitar, banjo, lead and rhythm
guitars and drums.
Winters-based The Bonanza King Band performs afterward.









Theirs is a country swing sound that recalls the likes of Bob Wills
and other country legends, including George Jones, Patsy Cline,
Kitty Wells, and The Carter Family.
If you watched “The Voice” recently, you saw Lyndsey Elm
make her case for stardom.







She will perform at 5:45 p.m.
Her bio on Facebook just reads
“just a California girl with big dreams,” but, by most accounts, she
has talent to match.
Closing out the daylong festival, at 7 p.m., will be Whiskey &
Honey.








They cover icons such as Johnny Cash to current artists such as
Carrie Underwood, Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert, Lady
Antebellum, The Band Perry, among others. They will even teach
the audience, for those willing, to line dance.
The festival is the first of many fun events planned for the
downtown square.

Town Square Friday Night Concert Series, for instance, includes
Garratt Wilkin & The Parrotheads (a Jimmy Buffett Tribute, May 6);
The Time Bandits (May 13); and Hey Jude (a Beatles tribute, May
20).

May 7 will be something of an event trifecta, when the Farmers
Market, the Wine Stroll, and the first Movie Night of the season
begin.

   For more information:
visit www.downtownvacaville.com or call 451-2100.
New local talent, The Terry Sheets Band, and “The Voice” star
Lyndsey Elm
of Vacaville are among those who will perform
during the annual Country & Western Festival in late April in
downtown Vacaville.

The event, kicks off at 6 p.m. April 29 and 10 a.m. April 30 in
Town Square, off Main Street.

Opening the festival Friday night
will be this year’s winner of
Downtown Vacaville’s Singer-Songwriters’ Competition
(to be determined on March 16 at the Opera House), followed by
the: