Lee Ann Womack Brings Classic Country To The Crest Tonight
If you’re a fan of real country music, you can’t afford to miss a rare local appearance by Lee Ann Womack, whose upcoming concert will grace the stage of the Crest Theatre on Saturday, Dec. 10, at 7:30 p.m.
Known mainly for her inspirational megahit from 2000, a country-pop crossover entitled “I Hope You Dance,” Womack had a string of memorable songs on the country charts, including “The Fool,” “A Little Past Little Rock,” and “I May Hate Myself in the Morning.”
Experience! The Delta Holiday Art Tour
Experience! The Delta Holiday Art tour unites 5 Historic Delta towns, 10 unique venues and 25+ outstanding Delta artists.
Join them on Saturday & Sunday, December 10 & 11 and 17 & 18 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., when these artists are showing their art work on the beautiful Sacramento River during a free self- guided tour.
Nuttier than Ever Before
If you saw it last year you don’t want to miss it this year.
Twice the opportunity to take in the Nutty Nutcracker presented by The Sacramento Ballet at the Community Center Theater, Friday Dec. 9 and Friday Dec. 16 at 7 pm.
This updated version 2016 version of the Monty Python – like Zany version of the holiday classic, is not your Grandmother’s Nutcracker and is more irreverent than ever before.
Let’s go Nuts on Friday night. For tickets call 916.808.5181 or visit sacballet.org.
Gifting and Party Ideas
The season of love and giving is upon us and Outword is celebrating with a nice, big issue, full of gift ideas, drink ideas, entertainment ideas and, well, you get the drift.
On the cover is country music star Brett Eldredge who is promoting a new Christmas CD wth a fun, hip and cool photo shoot. Be sure to check out his music.
On The Red Carpet At The 2016 California Hall of Fame Ceremony
by Colt McGraw. Photos by Colt McGraw.
On Wednesday, November 30th the California Museum inducted their 10th annual class of Hall of Fame inductees. This honor is bestowed upon accomplished individuals who have made their mark on California's history.
This year’s group included Maria Shriver, Harrison Ford, William J. Perry, Tony Gwynn, Isabel Allende, Russ Solomon, Corita Kent and George Takei. Guests and honorees greeted the press and fans as they made their way down the red carpet.
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