ROCKABILLY NIGHTS DANCE THROUGH OAK GLEN
1950s music, fashion, and food help make the scene in Oak Glen this August!
Riley’s Farm Theatre Company is proud to present Rockabilly Nights in scenic Oak Glen this August! The historic apple Packing Shed theatre on Riley’s Farm is the home of the summer’s hottest 1950s-themed event. Guests can take a country hayride through the scenic apple and pear orchards before feasting on mouth-watering diner specialties, drinking fresh milkshakes and local brews on tap, and dancing the night away.
Live music will keep the joint jumping on Saturday nights this August, and fan-favorite Shamrockabilly band CRAiC HAUS will be on deck to break it down! This high energy, tight trio has raised roofs and brought great cheer to pubs and clubs all over So-Cal and beyond. CRAiC HAUS always gets the audience on their feet doing a jig or singing along to their memorable songs, like “Bottom Of A Guinness”.
Greasers and gals looking to sate their thirst at Rockabilly Nights can enjoy a cold pint of Betty IPA or Orange Wheat – two local favorites from Hangar 24 Craft Brewery that will be on tap for the night. Beer floats made with Rogue Chocolate Stout will delight and refresh (the over 21 crowd), while traditional creamy milkshakes create sweet smiles for guests of all ages. Savory, mouth-watering diner items like “The John Wayne” burger and “The Big Bopper” are grilled to perfection and served with crispy potato rounds and baked beans, while the sweet-n-savory specialty “The Elvis” wows with its fried PB&J/banana/bacon trio.
Rockabilly Nights will be held on August 15th, 22nd, and 29th at the Packing Shed on Riley’s Farm (12261 S. Oak Glen Road, Oak Glen, CA 92399). Packing Shed doors open early for a la carte diner service at 6:00 PM, and Shamrockabilly band CRAiC HAUS takes the stage from 7:00 PM until 9:30 PM. Tickets are available by calling (909) 790-8463 and via the web at rileysfarm.com Tickets are $12. Admission includes live music and dancing (with a special bit of dance instruction at 8:00 PM) and a tractor hayride through scenic Oak Glen. Diner menu specialties, milkshakes, floats, and beer are available at an additional cost. Reservations are required for this event. Parking is free.
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This post was written by Jim Riley