Uncle Lonny’s Birthday Bash

Sat Jun 8
  • Sat Jun 8

Midnite weekend screenings happen on Friday & Saturday nights (meaning arrive on Friday and/or Saturday night by 11:45pm for seating, the movie starts after midnite)!

Run Time: 120 min.

Everyone who’s anyone knows Uncle Lonny.  In fact, he may be your “Uncle” too! So all the more reason to come and celebrate his birthday with live music and an evening of relaxed good times ~ Lonny-style.  He selected the music which includes Live Again and special guest Nathan Ignacio.  Live Again has been portraying their love of music to fans and audience members all around California. From their wide array of showcasing covers to their own original compositions, this band is always striving for the absolute best. They have won multiple battle of the bands and have also been featured on radio stations such as KSCO, KZSC and KPIG. One of their biggest achievements was on August 29th 2015 when they won Valley’s Got Talent at The Gallo Center for The Arts with their original song “Every Other Time” for Best Band. Nathan Ignacio has taken a year 100 year old tradition that is the one man band and made it his own. He is a one of a kind Artist out of the central valley; although his musical expertise, influence, and experiences stretches much farther.  Nathan is a  Singer/Songwriter and plays an extensive line up of instruments,  including Guitar, Dulcimer, Mandolin, Harmonica, Piano, and Bass,   playing many of these simultaneously during his one man band shows. He also has a known talent for taking new along with well-loved songs from a variety of genres and putting his own unique spin on them.  No need to bring presents but do wear your party hat and plan to have a good time at this benefit for Hope Haven West, a nonprofit dedicated to providing mobility to the disabled poor. Hope Haven volunteers collect used and discarded wheelchairs that are refurbished and distributed to disabled children and adults in developing countries.

 

Doors at 6; show at 7 p.m.
GA tickets are $30
(A $2 preservation fee applies to every ticket)