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HOOLIGAN DIRT DASH TO ROAR INTO DEL MAR FAIRGROUNDS SUNDAY, JUNE...

Powered by Law Tigers - Motorcycle Flat Track Racing Returns To Del Mar DEL MAR, Calif. -- On Sunday, June 9, 2019, San Diego Harley-Davidson presents...

Sammy Hagar Announces the Lineup for His Second “High Tide Beach...

FOLLOWING A FIRST YEAR SELL-OUT, THE PARTY HAS BEEN EXPANDED TO TWO DAYS -- SEPTEMBER 28 AND 29 HEADLINED BY SAMMY HAGAR & THE CIRCLE...

RIDING THE RIVER FOR 32 YEARS

– THE ANNUAL LAUGHLIN RIVER RUN By Judy Shields Laughlin, NV (The Hollywood Times) 4/29/14 - “Get ready for the largest motorcycle event on the west coast. Join us this year as we take Laughlin by storm April 23th through the 27th. Come see Historic US Route 66 the way it was meant to be seen. Turn back time as you ride the hills from Kingman to Oatman, AZ. Cool off in the Colorado, or test lady luck at any one of the casinos located on the strip.” Quoted from the Dal-Con, 32nd Annual Laughlin River Run website. Dal-Con Productions is the founder and official promoter of the Laughlin River Run motorcycle rally. A citywide event held annually the last weekend of April featuring top name entertainment, factory displays, motorcycle demo rides, tradeshow exhibits, custom bike show and much more. This year’s run had some beautiful weather, with cloudy skies and cooler temperatures than normal. I believe that the bikers that gathered for this annual event welcomed the cooler temps, since it can get up to 107 in Laughlin, NV in late April. There seemed to be less Harley Davidson motorcycles parked at the Riverside Casino this year compared to last year. Not sure if it had anything to do with the prices of gasoline or the fact that the weather did say there was a chance of rain.

IL DIVO & LEA SALONGA

PERFORM A BROADWAY MUSICAL IN THE DESERT - CITY OF INDIO By Judy Shields Indio, CA (The Hollywood Times) 4/9/14 - “It was an amazing experience to come back to America for sure.” Carlos Marin told The Hollywood Times about their first leg of their tour in Phoenix, Arizona.