This Week: Slide into a Festive September
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 Music: The Golden Cadillacs

Music: The Golden Cadillacs
Torch Club
Aug 31
Wed 9pm

These country/soul pickers share their honey-baked California country rock with anyone who's ever hung their head at a bar searching for answers at the bottom of a drink.

 Sports & Rec: River Cats Fan Appreciation Night

Sports & Rec: River Cats Fan Appreciation Night
Raley Field
Sept 1
Thurs 7:05pm
Be here for the final home game of the season as the River Cats play the Las Vegas 51s. Staff and players will greet fans at the entrance gates and prizes will be given out throughout the game.
 Festivals: Sacramento Greek Festival

Festivals: Sacramento Greek Festival
Sacramento Convention Center
Sept 2-Sept 4
Fri 11am-11pm; Sat Noon-11pm; Sun Noon-10pm

One of the most prominent heritage festivals in Sacramento, this celebration is devoted to the traditional foods, entertainment, and displays of the Greek Community.

 
 Festivals: Rainbow Festival

Festivals: Rainbow Festival
20th & K Streets
Sept 2-Sept 4
Fri & Sat Times Vary; Sun 10am-6pm

A celebration of pride for the GLBTI community and its friends, Rainbow Festival focuses on the strength and diversity of the community by simply having fun.

 
 Festivals: Gold Rush Days Festivals: Gold Rush Days
Old Sacramento
Sept 3-Sept 5
Sat-Mon 10am-5pm

Turn back time to the 1850s during the glory days of the Gold Rush. Enjoy all the old favorites plus new attractions and free entrance to all five museums in Old Sac.
 
 Festivals: Chalk It Up!
Festivals: Chalk It Up!
Fremont Park
Sept 3-Sept 5
Sat-Mon 10am-6pm

Celebrate the talents of hundreds of local artists & musicians at Sacramento's favorite family festival. There is truly something for everyone of any age to enjoy, with a broad variety of community groups, craft booths, kid's art activities, live music, gourmet food trucks, & a wine and beer garden.
 
Kids & Fam: Family & Children's Tour

Kids & Fam: Family & Children's Tour
Sacramento Historic City Cemetery
Sept 3
Sat 10am

Children are encouraged to participate as they tell tales, explore cemetery wildlife, and uncover secrets from the past.

 
 Music: March to the Beat of One Heart Concert

Music: March to the Beat of One Heart Concert
Antiquite Maison Privee
Sept 3
Sat 6pm-11pm

A benefit for Doctors Without Borders in Somalia, enjoy performances by Lee Bob Watson, Electropoetic Coffee, Harley White Jr. Trio, and many others.

 
 Theatre: Drinking Habits
  Theatre: Drinking Habits
Chautauqua Playhouse
Ongoing-Sept 25
Fri & Sat 8pm; Sun 2pm

Accusations, mistaken identities, and romances run wild in this traditional, laugh-out-loud farce.

 Music: Handsome Furs
Music: Handsome Furs
Townhouse Lounge
Sept 4
Sun 8pm

Concerts 4 Charity & Record Club present Montreal-based indie rock duo Handsome Furs, who are stopping in Sacramento to support their critically-acclaimed new album, Sound Kapital. Also performing are UUNS & Talkdemonic.

 
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Featured Local Artist of the Month: Goran K. King

Bird in Hand by Goran K. King

Learn about sculptor Goran K. King in his Featured Artist Profile.


 





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