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Boston Cremes, by Wayne Thiebaud

Thiebaud Tribute at the Crocker Art Museum

In honor of Sacramento’s most renowned artist, who died in December at age 100, Crocker Art Museum presents Wayne Thiebaud: A Celebration 1920–2021, a reprise of its recent exhibition, Wayne Thiebaud 100: Paintings, Prints...
tootsie

“Tootsie”

In another Hollywood hit turned Broadway musical, the 1982 film “Tootsie”—starring Dustin Hoffman as a temperamental actor who disguises himself as a woman to get work—is reimagined as a laughout-loud musical comedy. Broadway Sacramento...
eric church

Eric Church Live at the Golden 1 Center

Hail to The Chief—Country Music Association’s 2020 Entertainer of the Year Eric Church (aka “The Chief”) has a devoted base of fans (aka “the Church Choir”) who revel in his Southern country-rock sound. Since...
whole earth festival

Whole Earth Festival

Celebrate Mother Earth on Mother’s Day weekend at UC Davis’ Whole Earth Festival. Around since 1969, this free, family-friendly, student-run, zero-waste festival attracts thousands who come for live music, dance, art, poetry and kids’...
sol blume lineup

Sol Blume Returns

After a two-year hiatus, Sol Blume moves to Discovery Park for an expanded two-day music festival featuring more than 30 R&B, soul and hip-hop artists. Jhené Aiko, Jorja Smith, Summer Walker and PartyNextDoor headline...
clay days

Clay Days

The 35th California Conference for the Advancement of Ceramic Arts—the world’s largest sculptural ceramics conference, hosted by John Natsoulas Center for the Arts in Davis—offers lectures, shows, demonstrations and intimate venues where attendees can...
sacramento earth day

Sacramento Earth Day 2022

Celebrate the Earth at Sacramento Earth Day in Southside Park. Dedicated to sustainable living, this free festival features green goods and services, local agencies, community groups, clean-energy information and electric vehicles along with art,...
ricardo arjona

Ricardo Arjona Live at Golden 1 Center

One of the most successful and celebrated Latin American singer-songwriters of all time, Ricardo Arjona revisits a lifetime of hits on his Blanco y Negro Tour. Don’t miss this Guatemalan superstar at Golden 1...
davis picnic day

108th Picnic Day in Davis

After a two-year pandemic pause, UC Davis welcomes everyone back to campus for its 108th Picnic Day, an open house showcasing the university’s myriad academic and cultural offerings. The free family event boasts science...
a great migration

B Street Theatre Stages A Great Migration

B Street Theatre stages “A Great Migration,” a comedy by Preston Choi about three brothers searching for their father to avoid being drafted into the Korean army. It takes place on the eve of...

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