The Carnivaleros to perform on first night of GLOW!

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Last year’s GLOW! was very bright.

  The popular and talented Tucson band, “The Carnivaleros” will be performing on the first night of GLOW on Sept. 22, 2018. The opening theme for GLOW is GLOWfluorescence where patrons are encouraged to dress up in fluorescent costumes and light up the night.

  Entertainment and events during the evening include: Music on the Paths provided by Hypnopad and Ric Volante and Vicki Smith; performances by Laurel Wilson (‘Death Wears a Miniskirt’); Karol Moonan’s Photo Booth; and Tarot readings by Felicitas.

  Food and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided by the Ore House Hilltop Tavern, Nonna Maria’s Ristorante & Pizzeria, and the Oracle Patio Café. At 9pm, The Carnivaleros will take the main stage and perform their brand of music which includes a mixture of zydeco, Tex-Mex, swing, and folk. Bring your glowing dancing shoes!

  The other upcoming GLOW themes for 2018 are:

September 29 – Steampunk GLOW!

October 20 – Wild Kingdom GLOW!

October 27 – GLOWeen!

  This year’s art, glowing sculptures, and multi-media installations will mesmerize and transport you into another world. Tickets are going fast. For more information and tickets call 520-623-6732 or www.trianglelranch.com/glow.   

John Hernandez (717 Posts)

John Hernandez lives in Oracle. He is retired and enjoys writing and traveling. He is active in the Oracle Historical Society. He covers numerous public events, researches historical features and writes business/artist profiles.


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