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  • Winemakers Dinner
    6/30 pm-10/00 pm
    02/21/2018

    Winemakers Dinner at the Black Kat (560 Pine Knot) featuring Wagner Family Wines at 6:30 p.m. $135/person. (909)  878-0401.

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  • KROQ Storms the Mountain
    All day
    02/24/2018

    KROQ Storms the Mountain at Bear Mountain 9 a.m.-4 p.m. with concert by Dirty Heads. (909) 866-5766.

     

    KROQ returns to Storm Bear Mountain on Saturday, February 24 with free performance on the deck by Southland punk-inspired reggae band Dirty Heads.

     

    The radio station’s popular event at the resort, hosted by Nicole Alvarez, features tunes from KROQ’s Jeremiah Red in between sets on the stage. There’s swag on the deck and who knows, maybe powder on the mountain. It’s always a big time party on the slopes with the list of past performers including The Offspring, K Flay, Andrew and the Wilderness and others.

     

    Dirty Heads released the band’s sixth album, “Swim Team,” in October 2017, on the heels of its self-titled 2016 release and 2014’s “Sound of Change” that debuted at the top of Billboard’s Top Alternative Albums Chart. The five-member band started out playing Huntington Beach bars and has become a national touring act.

     

    The smash single “Lay Me Down” topped Alternative Songs chart for 11 weeks and featured Rome of Sublime. Other hits include “Dance All Night,” “That’s All I need,” “Spread Too Thin” and many more.

  • Dokken Concert at The Cave
    7/00 pm-11/00 pm
    02/24/2018

    The Cave, Village Drive, Big Bear Lake, CA, United States

    The Cave, Village Drive, Big Bear Lake, CA, United States

    Dokken at Cave Big Bear

     

    Dokken in concert at The Cave Big Bear 7:30 p.m. $30-$40. (909) 878-0204.

     

    Dokken brings its heavy-hitting heavy metal sound to The Cave one night only Feb. 24. See this top band from just feet away!

     

    Founder and vocalist Don Dokken is joined by a lineup that includes original drummer Mick Brown along with guitarist Jon Levin and bassist Sean McNabb, formerly of Quiet Riot and Great White. Dokken has sold over ten million albums worldwide during its long-running career that has propelled the band to the forefront of the metal scene.

     

    Hits include charting singles “Home Again,” “In My Dreams” and “Burning Like a Flame.” In 1989 “Beast from the East” was nominated for the inaugural Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance. Dokken’s song “Dream Warriors” was featured in the movie “A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors.”

     

    More recently the band’s release of “Lighting Strikes Again” was its most successful album in over a decade featuring the single “Empire.” Dokken is in the midst of a U.S. Tour before heading to Germany this summer. Tickets $30-$50.

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  • Rizzo, Rizzo and King
    3/00 pm-5/00 pm
    02/25/2018

    Performing Arts Center Box Office, Big Bear Boulevard, Big Bear Lake, CA, United States

    Performing Arts Center Box Office, Big Bear Boulevard, Big Bear Lake, CA, United States

    “Rizzo, Rizzo and King” concert at the PAC 3 p.m. with cello, vocal and piano music by Sharon and Sophia Rizzo and Barbara King. Free. (909) 866-4970.

     

    A very talented trio performs a wide variety of music on cello, piano and vocal music Sunday, February 25. And admission is free!

     

    “Rizzo, Rizzo & King” at 3 p.m. in Hofert Hall at the Performing Arts Center features an eclectic mix of music that ranges from classical and Celtic to Broadway and Pop. Sharon and soprano vocalist Sophia Rizzo on cello joined by well-known pianist Barbara King present classic works by Bach, Faure, Puccini along with Cole Porter show tunes and music by George Harrison, Alan Menken and Taylor Swift.

     

    The program is presented by MountainTop Strings of California and refreshments will be served. Donations to the group’s Youth Orchestra are welcome but admission is free.

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