Main Stage

Rolling Heartbreakers Band Presents Classic Albums

Returning off last year’s exciting sellout salute to Tom Petty at the OTC, the Rolling Heartbreakers will be performing two classic iconic albums from both the Rolling Stones and Tom Petty in their entirety. The show will feature the Stones’ Let It Bleed (1969) and Tom Petty’s Full Moon Fever (1989), along with other selections from each band. As with last year’s show, this performance will be accompanied by a full background visual presentation to enhance the experience. A high energy Tom Petty & Rolling Stones combination tribute that has gained a strong following, performing all around southern California since 2015, the Rolling Heartbreakers are: Galen Cram- Guitar, Vocals; Jim Malkiewicz- Bass Guitar, Vocals; Vince Lupo- Drums, Vocals; Randy McClintick- Keyboards; Rob Hanzlik- Lead Guitar, Vocals; Peter Arcidiacono- Sax, Percussion

Tom’s Elton Tribute – 7 pm

The world’s number one Elton John tribute band are coming to play All The Hits by Elton John. The spectacular show includes Bennie and the Jets, Tiny Dancer, Rocket Man, Candle In The Wind, Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me, I’m Still Standing, Crocodile Rock and Your Song. They will also be performing classic album tracks like Funeral For A Friend/Love Lies Bleeding from Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, the multi-platinum double LP released in 1973. Tom Cridland, playing the part of Elton John on lead vocals and piano, is close friends with Elton John drummer, Nigel Olsson, has recorded songs and episodes of his Greatest Music of All Time Podcast with Elton John guitarist, Davey Johnstone… and has even met Sir Elton himself, the man who Tom credits with helping him recover from alcoholism. The level of attention to detail in recreating the music and fabulous costumes of Elton John & His Band is simply unparalleled.

Tom’s Elton Tribute – 4 pm

The world’s number one Elton John tribute band are coming to play All The Hits by Elton John. The spectacular show includes Bennie and the Jets, Tiny Dancer, Rocket Man, Candle In The Wind, Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me, I’m Still Standing, Crocodile Rock and Your Song. They will also be performing classic album tracks like Funeral For A Friend/Love Lies Bleeding from Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, the multi-platinum double LP released in 1973. Tom Cridland, playing the part of Elton John on lead vocals and piano, is close friends with Elton John drummer, Nigel Olsson, has recorded songs and episodes of his Greatest Music of All Time Podcast with Elton John guitarist, Davey Johnstone… and has even met Sir Elton himself, the man who Tom credits with helping him recover from alcoholism. The level of attention to detail in recreating the music and fabulous costumes of Elton John & His Band is simply unparalleled.

Hot (Almost) August Night of Neil, A Tribute to Neil Diamond

Get ready for an encore performance of the recently sold out show celebrating the fabled songwriting and musical career of Neil Diamond, with additional songs and stories focusing on his breakthrough “Hot August Nights” concert and album. Scott Samuels and Solitary Diamonds will recreate some of Neil’s very best material with stunning authenticity in an intimate theatre setting.

Dance at the Movies

“Dance at the Movies” is a captivating dance event that promises to transport you to the enchanting world of movies. This End of the School Year Recital offers a fun and engaging performance for the whole family, creating a unique experience that is sure to be unforgettable.

Presented by North County Dance Center

For Tickets email:  northcountydancecenter@gmail.com

Next to Normal – Industry Night

 

Winner of three 2009 Tony Awards, including Best Musical Score and the 2010 Pulitzer Prize, Next to Normal, written by Brian Yorkey with music by Tom Kitt, introduces audiences to a seemingly typical American family. In this production directed by Frankie Errington with muscial direction by Lyndon Pugeda May 10 through May 26, the dad heads off to work as an architect, the mom prepares breakfast and lunch for the family, and the teenagers crack jokes at their parents’ expense. However, as the lights begins to shine onto their lives, the truth is illuminated, revealing the shadows of the mother’s 16-year battle with bipolar disorder and the roles each family member has had to play. Next to Normal tells a story of hope, love, and learning to let go.

The Rockin’ Revival – Featuring Anthony Cullins & The Farmers

The Rockin’ Revival is a mini rock festival celebrating 4 of San Diego’s most iconic rock performers including The Band of Gringos, The Tighten Ups, The Anthony Cullins Band, along with San Diego legends The Farmers

The Rockin’ Revival evening show will feature SDMA award winners Anthony Cullins and San Diego legends The Farmers!

Food (BBQ) will be sold from 5-9 pm and other musical acts (solo/duo) will perform in the lobby and studio.

Each band will perform a 75 minute power set! The Rockin’ Revival will have other live acts in the lobby and studio along with excellent BBQ (5-8 PM) and dining seating in the studio. This is a seated show. Everyone is welcome (all ages.)

Please note, to attend the night show you must buy a separate ticket.

The Rockin’ Revival – Featuring The Band of Gringos & The Tighten Ups

The Rockin’ Revival is a mini rock festival celebrating 4 of San Diego’s most iconic rock performers including The Band of Gringos, The Tighten Ups, The Anthony Cullins Band, along with San Diego legends The Farmers

The Rockin’ Revival 4 pm show features The Band of Gringos & The Tighten Ups! Food (BBQ) will be sold from 5-9 pm and other musical acts (solo/duo) will perform in the lobby and studio.

Each band will perform a 75 minute power set! The Rockin’ Revival will have other live acts in the lobby and studio along with excellent BBQ (5-8 PM) and dining seating in the studio. This is a seated show. Everyone is welcome (all ages.)

Please note, to attend the night show you must buy a separate ticket.

Next to Normal Evening Show

 

Winner of three 2009 Tony Awards, including Best Musical Score and the 2010 Pulitzer Prize, Next to Normal, written by Brian Yorkey with music by Tom Kitt, introduces audiences to a seemingly typical American family. In this production directed by Frankie Errington with muscial direction by Lyndon Pugeda May 10 through May 26, the dad heads off to work as an architect, the mom prepares breakfast and lunch for the family, and the teenagers crack jokes at their parents’ expense. However, as the lights begins to shine onto their lives, the truth is illuminated, revealing the shadows of the mother’s 16-year battle with bipolar disorder and the roles each family member has had to play. Next to Normal tells a story of hope, love, and learning to let go.

Next to Normal – Saturday Night

 

Winner of three 2009 Tony Awards, including Best Musical Score and the 2010 Pulitzer Prize, Next to Normal, written by Brian Yorkey with music by Tom Kitt, introduces audiences to a seemingly typical American family. In this production directed by Frankie Errington with muscial direction by Lyndon Pugeda May 10 through May 26, the dad heads off to work as an architect, the mom prepares breakfast and lunch for the family, and the teenagers crack jokes at their parents’ expense. However, as the lights begins to shine onto their lives, the truth is illuminated, revealing the shadows of the mother’s 16-year battle with bipolar disorder and the roles each family member has had to play. Next to Normal tells a story of hope, love, and learning to let go.