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Pink Floyd Concert Experience

Pink Floyd Concert Experience feat: House of Floyd

Experience the ultimate Pink Floyd Tribute Show in 
this live musical performance starring House of Floyd
and their incredible laser light show.

The 'Pink Floyd Concert Experience' has packed sold 
out houses throughout the U.S. and their spectacular
stage show is not to be missed.  
 
'House of Floyd' performs their ultimate Pink Floyd tribute 
show complete with special effects, backscreen and 
laser lighting 
 
This is a live recreation of an actual Pink Floyd 
concert and highlights the greatest and most pop-
ular music of their career, including "Dark Side of the 
Moon," "The Wall," and "Wish You Were Here."  
 
"One of the best Pink Floyd shows we've seen!"
- San Francisco Chronicle
8:00 pm
Merced Theatre Merced, CA

PLACAS: The Most Dangerous Tattoo

Placas: The Most Dangerous Tattoo

In PLACAS, a Salvadoran immigrant tries to reclaim his family while letting go of his gangbanger past. Culture Clash’s Ric Salinas heads the cast when the national tour of PLACAS: The Most Dangerous Tattoo by Paul S. Flores come to the Merced Theatre for two performances only, April 17-April 18. Developed with and directed by Cornerstone Theatre Company artistic director Michael John Garcés, PLACAS (barrio slang for body tattoos) is a bilingual tale of fathers and sons, transformation and redemption that illuminates one man’s determination to reunite his family after surviving civil war in El Salvador, immigration, deportation, prison and street violence.

7:00 pm
Merced Theatre Merced, CA

PLACAS: The Most Dangerous Tattoo

Placas: The Most Dangerous Tattoo

In PLACAS, a Salvadoran immigrant tries to reclaim his family while letting go of his gangbanger past. Culture Clash’s Ric Salinas heads the cast when the national tour of PLACAS: The Most Dangerous Tattoo by Paul S. Flores come to the Merced Theatre for two performances only, April 17-April 18. Developed with and directed by Cornerstone Theatre Company artistic director Michael John Garcés, PLACAS (barrio slang for body tattoos) is a bilingual tale of fathers and sons, transformation and redemption that illuminates one man’s determination to reunite his family after surviving civil war in El Salvador, immigration, deportation, prison and street violence.

7:00 pm
Merced Theatre Merced, CA

Merced Symphony

Merced Symphony Spring Concert

The Merced Symphony returns to The Art Kamangar Center for their 2014-2015 Season!
7:30 pm
Merced Theatre Merced, CA

PAQUITA LA DEL BARRIO

Paquita La Del Barrio

Paquita la del Barrio realiza canciones del género ranchero y otros estilos tradicionales mexicanos. Sus temas por lo general son de despecho y en contra de la cultura machista, motivo por el cual se ha hecho tan popular y famosa especialmente con el público femenino. En su show, la frase "¿Me estas oyendo inútil?" es la que la caracteriza y la cual usa como tipo de aversión a los varones para bromear. Muchos de sus discos y canciones son parte del repertorio de rocolas en clubs y cantinas de México. Una de sus canciones muy conocidas es "Rata de dos patas" en la cual usa la metáfora de la rata para compararla a los caballeros. Muchos de sus admiradores, particularmente los que radican fuera de México, aprecian la manera tan peculiar de interpretación musical.

Paquita la del Barrio (“Franny from the neighborhood”) performs rancheras and other Mexican musical styles. Her songs usually take a stance against Mexico's sexist male culture. This has made her popular among female audiences. Paquita’s signature phrase, with which she often teases male spectators in her shows, is “¿Me estás oyendo, inútil?”  ("Are you listening to me, you good-for-nothing?").  Many of her albums and songs are jukebox staples in Mexican clubs and cantinas. One of her best known songs is Rata de dos patas (“Two-legged rat”), in which she uses a rat as a metaphor for a man. Many admirers, particularly outside Mexico, also appreciate Paquita for her camp value.
8:00 pm
Merced Theatre Merced, CA

A Night of Laughter with Paul Rodriguez

A Night of Laughter with Paul Rodriguez

Perico Productions Presents: A Night of Laughter with Paul Rodriguez.
available soon
8:00 pm
Merced Theatre Merced, CA
Tickets go on sale on 04/01/2015 at 8:00 am PST

Matt Maher - SOLD OUT

Matt Maher

St. Patrick's Faith Event Ministry Presents: Matt Maher in concert with special guest performers: ARMEE ministries.

sold out
7:30 pm
Merced Theatre Merced, CA
available soon
6:30 pm
Merced Theatre Merced, CA
Tickets go on sale on 05/01/2015 at 8:00 am PST
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