Table Mountain Casino Presents Holiday Entertainment Extravaganza
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FRIANT, Calif., Dec. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Make your holidays spectacular with Table Mountain Casino's entertainment line-up, featuring the Village People on December 29th and Los Lobos on December 31st! (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20061128/SFTU147LOGO) On Saturday, December 29th, the Village People perform in a memorable Disco show like no other on the Event Center stage at 8:00pm. Celebrating 30 years as the world's Disco icons, you don't want to miss this exciting performance! New Year's Eve brings Los Lobos to the stage, in a spectacular live concert of blues, rockabilly, Jazz and Latin music celebrating their distinctive Mexican-American heritage at 10:00pm in the Table Mountain Casino Event Center. Ticket prices for both concerts are $35 VIP, $25 Reserved, and $15 General Admission. (Members of The Club save $5, Platinum Players save $10). No refunds, cameras or videos. Must be 18 years or older to attend. Tickets are on sale now at the Main Casino Cage and tmcasino.com Table Mountain Casino is owned and operated by the Table Mountain Rancheria Band of Indians who actively support many Community-based agencies and non-profit organizations serving residents of the Greater Fresno area and the regional San Joaquin Valley community. To learn more about Table Mountain Casino, its community service programs and current promotions, please visit tmcasino.com. SOURCE Table Mountain Casino John Mayewski, President & CEO, or Dan Casas, Legal Counsel, or Kathy Driscoll, Public Relations, email@example.com, all of Table Mountain Casino, +1-559-822-7777
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