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To-Do Tonight: Visalia is kickin’ Fresno’s butt


It’s (another) one of those nights where Visalia is the live music hub of the Valley:

AT THE VISALIA FOX THEATRE: Brit rock band The Moody Blues brings its current tour to The Fox. You know them best from “Nights in White Satin” — the band’s most memorable song from its heyday in the ’60s and ’70s. Tickets cost $55-$75 and are still available.

AT THE CELLAR DOOR: Black Crowes frontman Chris Robinson closes out his monthly residency at wine lounge/music venue The Cellar Door tonight. He’s been playing in Visalia once a month for the past three months with his new band Brotherhood. Tickets cost $15 and are still available.

MEANWHILE IN FRESNO: A big one for the all-ages hardcore crowd: Foundation (from Atlanta) and Mother of Mercy (from Pennsylvania) bring their high-powered tour to The Bel Tower. There are seven bands total on the bill, including locals We Scream Jackson and Bridges. Flier with more info below.


Responses to "To-Do Tonight: Visalia is kickin’ Fresno’s butt"

would be cool if stuff like this would be in fresno

side note: saw a sign for the new restaurant Yard House at River Park yesterday, next to borders books, odd location they chose