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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: Popular local duo Jason & Elle will share their engaging soul / funk / Latin repertoire. J&E are always Village Jazz Series favorites! Details are available at YumaJazz.com.
Check out and enjoy Yuma’s largest event, the Southwest’s premier classic car show and concerts. It spans the entire Desert Sun Stadium Complex showcasing over 900 classic cars. Advance passport tickets will be sold starting January 2020 for $25.00 - enjoy all three days of fun including concerts. Don't forget to buy your raffle ticket to win a 1968 CHEVY CAMARO SS, raffle tickets only $20.00 each and are available at the Caballero office. For more info check out our website at www.midnightattheoasis.net.
Friday, March 6, 12 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Saturday , March 7, 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Sunday, March 8, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
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Desperado has become one of the best and most well known Eagles tributes in the United States. They boast a line-up of five lead singers and multi-instrumentalists; which not only possess and rivals the musical talents of the actual Eagles, but have been used to play with members of the Hall of Fame band itself. Desperado tirelessly dedicates itself to the diligence of not only the music and vocals but the beautiful preservation of the imagery, mystique, and landscapes of vivid sentiment found in Eagles songs. Desperado is a “Must Hear” for all Eagles Fans. Call Country Roads RV at 928-344-8910 ext 2 for more information.
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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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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: A much loved staple of the Series, Phoenix guitarist and vocalist Pete Pancrazi performs with his quartet, sharing his nimble guitar work, warm vocals, and his own personal charm. Details are available at YumaJazz.com.