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Smosh

Feb 5, 2020

By posting videos of silly shenanigans (like two teenagers dancing to the Power Rangers theme song), Smosh skyrocketed to YouTube superstardom, with the channel gaining more than 9 billion views since it launched in 2005. Helmed by founding member Ian Hecox, the Carmichael-born comedy collective will stop by Sacramento on its first-ever live tour, where the cast will act out never-before-seen...

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Circa

Feb 6, 2020 - Feb 9, 2020

This event occurs daily, every 1 day(s).

Deemed “arguably the world’s most daring circus company” by The Guardian, this Australian troupe will perform its show “Humans,” a series of vignettes in which acrobats execute feats like balancing atop the heads of two other performers. Rather than in traditional proscenium style, the audience will be seated on risers placed on opposite sides of the stage for an...

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Ride Sally Ride

Feb 8, 2020 - Feb 29, 2020

This event occurs weekly on Sunday and Saturday.

Even the sky was no limit for history makers Sally Ride, the first American woman in space, and Amelia Earhart, the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. In this original B Street play by Tara Sissom and Katerina Pruitt, a young Sally Ride receives a visit from Amelia Earhart, and the pair of fearless female flyers explore how women changed aviation. Showtimes are Sat. &...

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I Heart Sacramento Zoo

Feb 9, 2020

All you need is love (of animals) at the Sacramento Zoo’s annual Valentine’s Day-themed fête. Led by the park’s teen volunteers, the event will feature presentations of edible heartfelt gifts for our furry and feathered friends, as well as talks detailing how residents like Gizmo, the zoo’s new red panda cub, are adoringly cared for.

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Mumbo Gumbo

Feb 14, 2020

It’s been three decades since Mumbo Gumbo first unleashed their “sound stew” of romping, stomping Cajun-inspired blues at a UC Davis Picnic Day in 1990. Show some love this Valentine’s Day to the Sammies Hall of Famers during the group’s 30th bandiversary show at The Sofia, where the local favorite is expected to play original songs like “Something in the...

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Miss Nelson Has a Field Day

Feb 15, 2020

The Smedley football team can’t seem to score a win, but when Coach Armstrong calls it quits, his scary, no-nonsense replacement Coach Viola Swamp appears ready to whip the team into shape. Based on the 1985 book of the same name by writer Harry Allard and illustrator James Marshall, this stage adaptation by playwright Joan Cushing was called a “tour de force” by The New...

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Ladysmith Black Mambazo

Feb 15, 2020

This five-time Grammy-winning a cappella ensemble showcases the isicathamiya and mbube vocal styles of its native South Africa. Featuring “soulful and mellow” harmonies, according to The Guardian, the nine-person choir, which has collaborated with singers such as Paul Simon and Josh Groban, is expected to perform songs like “Nomathemba” (“Mother of Hope” in...

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Ladysmith Black Mambazo

Feb 18, 2020

This five-time Grammy-winning a cappella ensemble showcases the isicathamiya and mbube vocal styles of its native South Africa. Featuring “soulful and mellow” harmonies, according to The Guardian, the nine-person choir, which has collaborated with singers such as Paul Simon and Josh Groban, is expected to perform songs like “Nomathemba” (“Mother of Hope” in...

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Jon Meacham

Feb 19, 2020

The former editor-in-chief of Newsweek and author of four presidential biographies, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning American Lion: Andrew Jackson in the White House, will take the Memorial Auditorium stage as part of the Sacramento Speakers Series. With the 2020 presidential race heating up, Jon Meacham will show how America’s past can contextualize our current political moment.

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Blake Shelton

Feb 22, 2020

The O.G. Voice judge will leave his red chair to bring his boys ’round here during his “Friends and Heroes” tour. Appearing alongside Blake Shelton—who will play a string of country hits, including “Austin” and “Neon Light”—at this concert will be fellow country artists The Bellamy Brothers, Trace Adkins and John Anderson.

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