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City Historian Tina Clark and lifelong resident Cathy Reeves host the dinners which celebrate the best of local dishes and fresh farm produce, with Mexican flair. Tina and Cathy share stories, photos, music and more from Yuma’s yesteryear, covering a different aspect of Yuma’s past during each dinner. Each night will feature different program and dinner. Areas of topic - river, downtown, agriculture etc. Dinner will take place at the historic St. Paul Cultural Center. Transportation not included. Purchase tickets here. Call 800-293-0071 for more information.
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The Village Jazz Series presents FREE public concerts featuring nationally known and regional artists as well as student groups. All events are in the Village Area of Yuma Palms Regional Center, in front of Harkins Theaters. Attendees should bring their own seating and food and drinks are available from handy eateries. This Thursday: Pianist Ron Kobayashi and his Trio is a mainstay of the L.A. jazz scene and will be returning to Yuma, where the group enthralled the Village Jazz audience in 2016. Details are available at YumaJazz.com.
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City of Yuma invites you to the 6th annual Boogie, Brews and Blues Festival. Enjoy a full-day of live music along the Colorado River in Gateway Park. Plus, food trucks, craft brews, merchandise, memorabilia and more. Line-up to be announced. Get tickets here.
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The Palms RV Resort Concert Series presents Mark Cordes, known as the Spouse Whisperer. He has been performing more than 30 years. From his humble start at an open mic night Mark steadily worked his way up the comedy ladder. From the opening act to feature act to headlining the top comedy clubs and corporate events from coast to coast, Mark has enjoyed the ride and so will you. "My favorite jokes are about relationships - How to spice up your current relationship or how to get out of a bad one". Purchase tickets here or call 855-725-6778 toll free.
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Put down the kitchen utensils and get ready for an exciting night out with a Savor Yuma progressive dining experience! Hop aboard the comfy bus as we cruise from eatery to eatery, sampling fantastic flavors found throughout the city. Enjoy iconic Yuma restaurants, and possibly a few hidden gems, as we mix up the itinerary to ensure no two tours are the same.
In addition to trying new tastes, Savor Yuma is great for learning about local culinary traditions while making friends with our hosts and other diners. Looking to treat a party of friends, family or co-workers? Savor Yuma is perfect for large groups, and couples too. Tour departs from the Visit Yuma administrative office located at Old City Hall at 5 p.m.
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The Village Jazz Series presents FREE public concerts featuring nationally known and regional artists as well as student groups. All events are in the Village Area of Yuma Palms Regional Center, in front of Harkins Theaters. Attendees should bring their own seating and food and drinks are available from handy eateries. This Thursday: Considered perhaps the best jazz flutist in the world, San Diego’s Holly Hofmann returns to Yuma with L.A. jazz and studio icon, guitarist Bruce Forman. Holly never fails to amaze and is the Series’ ‘Consultant at Large.’ Details are available at YumaJazz.com.
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Rock.It Boy Entertainment of America presents this tribute to Roy Orbison at the Yuma Civic Center.
The Big O was unmistakable with his trademark sunglasses, distinctive, powerful voice, and dark emotional ballads. His voice, bridging the gap between baritone and tenor, coupled with his signature arrangements ensured the charting of hits “Only The Lonely”, “Crying”, “Oh, Pretty Woman”, “Dream Baby”, “Ooby Dooby”, “Blue Angel”, “Blue Bayou”, “You Got It” and “In Dreams”. Mike Demers delivers a spot-on performance of Orbison’s signature sound. Purchase tickets here.