Country singer Brantley Gilbert announced his plans for the first part of 2020 –a 34-city tour that includes a stop at Fresno’s Save Mart Center.
Gilbert is slated to perform at the arena March 27 during the West Coast swing of his “Fire’t Up” tour. Tickets for the show run $40.25-$70.25, with general admission on the floor (Gilbert is known as a bit of a rock guy). Sales start at 10 a.m. Sept. 13 at the arena box office or online at ticketmaster.com.
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Did you know that the Tower Theater opened its doors in 1939? It was known then as the Century Fox Movie House. This 1940’s style art deco theater boasts a 761-seat movie theater that sits in the heart of the Fresno Tower District. Since its build it has been the epicenter of this nostalgic part of Fresno. In 1992 the theater was placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Theater shows a full gamete of fun entertainment and plays host to many great events. You can find Jazz Bands, Speakers, Art shows, independent films and festivals.
The Rogue Festival is hosted here every year in March and showcases independent style talents. You can find everything your indie heart desires here. Fun rock bands, cool films and art stories. It is a celebration of the indie culture that lasts for 7 jam packed days.
The Tower Theater also is the home of “the Lounge”. A private room with a full bar and banquet area that can cater to any small event you are looking to throw. This room is great for a VIP section to treat yourself and friends or colleagues to after taking them out to a show.
If you find yourself near the Theater, we highly recommend checking out show times and planning a visit. You will not regret it.
While you are in the area be sure to check out the local shops and restaurants. There truly is no place like the Tower District in Fresno CA.
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Building a Limousine
Do you love riding in limousines? Have you ever wondered how they are made? We looked into the process of building one of these luxurious sedans. The engineering and work that goes into this process blows us away, as well as the time taken for safety.
In only 21 days this company will strip, cut and assemble a brand-new stretched limousine. They start by stripping the interior out of the car. Then they remove the drive shaft and cut the car in half using circular saws. Once the car is split into to two, they actually place the two halves the exact amount apart as in the total length of the car will be. For ultimate safety they install steel rails to extend the frame between the two parts of the car. Both on the roof and the floorboard. After welding these pieces together, they insert a galvanized steel plate as the floor of the car. They will then install the interior. The bar and the lights as well as leather sofa style seating is put into place on top of the new carpet. Next, they put on the side panel, also made of steel. Once welded, bonded and sanded flush they match the original paint and begin to spray three coats. Eventually it is time to install the safety glass windows. Once the interior of the guest cabin is complete it is time to install the technology. A TV or monitor, state of the art sound system and stereo is installed along with the control box that houses all electronic necessities to run the fancy tech part of the limousine. Once the limo has been completely finished it is rigorously tested and eventually approved for operational use. The Limo is then delivered to your favorite Limousine service just like yours truly. Want to see it in action? Check out this video from business insider that shows the whole process. You will most likely find it as amazing as we do.