Twentynine Palms is the place to celebrate the Fourth of July. It’s the only place in the Morongo Basin where you’ll be able to see fireworks, and before the big event, Tortoise Rock Casino has planned a couple of events. At 10 a.m., it will dedicate a new flagpole. That night, it will hold a free outdoor concert featuring the music of the rock band Kiss. Ernest Figueroa says get ready to “rock and roll all night”…
Kissed Alive returns to Twentynine Palms for the free Saturday night “Live at the Rock” concert at Tortoise Rock Casino. Concert-goers will want to get up and move to the high-energy and spectacular showmanship of this band as they cover iconic songs from the popular band, including “Detroit Rock City” “Hotter than Hell,” “Shout It Out Loud,” and “Love Gun.” The concert starts at 8 p.m. on the outdoor stage at the casino. Then at 9 p.m., watch the fireworks from the Combat Center from the casino parking lot. There will be $1 hot dogs all day long.
“Theatre 29 Home Edition,” a unique effort to bring live musical theater direct to your home from the performers of Theatre 29, kicks off today. The ongoing series will include Theatre 29 veterans and current performers such as Shelby Art, Jamie and Jeff Barber, Analisa Pilecki, The Bateman Family, Katie and Chris Fleischman, Liyan Largevardi, Jericho McWilliams, Scott Clinkscales, Sabrina Giron, Adonai Patu, and new faces too. There will be solo numbers, duets, and group numbers released one video at a time every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday on Theatre 29’s social media pages. With Directors Lisa Goldberg and Scott Clinkscales, the Theater 29 organization is doing this to give an outlet to “Make art from the heart” for performers who are missing having a space to perform, as well as bring it to our patrons near and far via the World Wide Web. Watch for the debut today at the Theatre 29 Facebook page.
Mark your calendars for a free classical music concert in Twentynine Palms. The Twentynine Palms Little Band and Orchestra will hold a free concert Thursday, March 19, at Palms Baptist Church. The band will play songs by Haydn, Rachmaninoff, Mahler, Goldsmith, Williams, and more. The concert begins at 7 p.m., and a reception will follow. The church is located at 5285 Adobe Road.
The Yucca Valley Seventh-day Adventist church invites the community to a free gospel concert this Saturday. This gospel bluegrass music event is a favorite of many who have attended in the past. Pastor Curtis Wright, renowned banjo player, and talented friends will perform on December 7 from 4 to 6:30 p.m. The church is located at 8035 Church Street.
The 83rd Pioneer Days Celebration in Twentynine Palms is
this weekend at various locations throughout Twentynine Palms. Today is the
firefighters’ pancake breakfast at the Twentynine Palms fire station, the
parade, the Old Timers’ gathering at the Old Schoolhouse Museum, and the chili
dinner at the 29 Palms Art Gallery, and don’t forget the carnival. Managing
editor Tami Roleff gives a rundown of events scheduled for Sunday…
On Sunday, October 20, The Twentynine Palms Ministerial
Association will host a sunrise service at 6:00 am with a bonfire, biscuits and
gravy, and coffee behind the Community Services Building, 74325 Joe Davis
Drive. At 9 a.m., the Pet Parade hosted by the Palms and Paws animal shelter
will be held at the Rotary Shelter in Luckie Park. The carnival will be open
from noon to 10 pm. A gospel concert will take the main stage at Luckie Park at
noon. At 1 p.m., the Twentynine Palms
Kiwanis Club will host a Lego Challenge at the Rotary Shelter in Luckie Park.