Archive for the ‘Arts & Entertainment’ Category
A long time Antioch tradition has returned to downtown Rivertown. Seeing Frank Ballesteros as “Scrooge” in his version of “Humbug!” became a yearly holiday tradition for many local families but sadly it had been put on hold for the past three years.
Elite Event Center is excited to help bring back Frank and his amazing show. The remaining show dates and times are as follows: Thursday, December 22nd 7:30 pm, Friday, December 23rd 7:30 pm and a special 1:00 pm showing on Christmas Eve, Saturday, December 24th.
Tickets prices: Adults 12 years old & Up $12.00, Children 5-11years old & Senior Citizens $10.00. Bring two canned or boxed food items for each ticket purchased and receive a $2.00 discount. Included with ticket price is a 30-minute meet and greet, hot cocoa and cookies party, following each show.
Call 925-778-DANZ(3269) to reserve your tickets. Elite Event Center is located at the corner of W. Third and G Streets in downtown Antioch.
Friday, December 16 at 7:00 pm
Saturday, Dec. 17 at 3:00 pm & 7:00 pm
Sunday, Dec. 18 at 12:00 pm & 4:00 pm
Performance Length: 1 hour 15 mins.
Tickets: Orchestra (Ground Level): $20; Loge (1st Level Upstairs): $18; Opera (2nd Level Upstairs): $16
Scouts can receive a patch. Remember to order it while checking out.
The Ballet Company of East County is celebrating its 11th Anniversary presentation of The Nutcracker. This timeless holiday classic is sure to delight your entire family! Special meet and greet opportunities! (Before the Saturday 7:00 pm Sunday 4:00 pm shows).
El Campanil Theatre is located at 602 W. 2nd Street in Antioch’s historic, downtown Rivertown.
For tickets call (925) 757-9500 or visit www.elcampaniltheatre.com/the-nutcracker.html.
Holiday shoppers enjoy Breakfast with Santa Claus, free entertainment at Antioch’s Somersville Towne CenterWednesday, December 14th, 2016
The Breakfast with Santa Claus at Antioch’s Somersville Towne Center on Saturday morning, December 10th, was a huge success, with well over a hundred people from Antioch and East County in attendance.
“Lori and RJ were amazing as always,” said mall Marketing Manager Shannon Skinner. “We had the Tap Dancing Trees join them, as well.
Delta Bowl supplied the breakfast and Starbucks provided the coffee.
“Everyone had a wonderful time,” she added.
That afternoon, holiday shoppers also enjoyed free entertainment with the joyful sounds of the Soca Sisters and Company steel pan band.
There’s more to see, do, enjoy and buy at East County’s only enclosed mall including the Musical Toy Soldier Guard, this Saturday, December 17 from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.