Welcome to Roseville Downtown Tuesday Nights. This family friendly, community supported event is FREE and open to everyone. Downtown Roseville is the heart of historic Roseville. We’re rich with history and home to one-of- a-kind businesses serving you from historic buildings, creating an eclectic and unique vibe.
Every Tuesday May 15th through July 31st we close down much of Vernon Street to bring in over 100 vendors, multiple stages of live entertainment, great bands, a kids fun zone, arts and crafts, delicious foods, a Classic Car Show with over 100 cars, a wine and beer garden, street entertainers, artists and more. Every week the bands and performers change to provide a unique experience so you’ll want to come back again and again.
Downtown Tuesday Nights was again voted Roseville’s BEST EVENT by the 60,000 attendees and is frequently highlighted by the media as the most popular community activity of the year. There is something for everyone and many of our merchants stay open late to accommodate the crowds.
Enjoy the live music every Tuesday night at the Downtown Roseville Tuesday Nights.
Raised in a small Northern California town Madison has been singing modern country for audiences around the state for most of her life. Never one to be labeled or placed in a category, Madison’s vocals are unique in country music. Madison can be found in the audience of a show as much as on stage. Always wanting to take the music closer to the listener and drawing them in.
An old soul with a young spirit … a dreamer who imagined himself following his father’s path to Nashville … a man’s man with a lifelong love for hunting and country music … and a heartthrob whose wide smile and deep-voiced Louisiana drawl have already turned many a woman’s head. Even in the tide of hopeful young singers rising daily in Music City, Dylan Scott stands out. It takes just a few seconds to hear why: after Scott’s vocal begins on “Crazy Over Me,” intimate, even conversational, and then soars on a rush of buoyant emotion, you know something special is underway. Not just this song, mind you — we’re talking about a career. Dylan Scott’s respect for traditional country, embrace of multiple modern genres, unique voice and welcoming personality guarantee his success in country music for years to come.
Since their debut in 1996 opening for Blue Oyster Cult, Fandango has delivered the gospel of Tone, Taste and Tenancity to fans across the US. Constant improvement in showmanship, musicianship and investment in costuming, makeup and visual effects have allowed Fandango to define the musical and cultural powerhouse that is ZZ Top.
Combining timeless CCR favorites and Fogerty solo hits, Brad Ford & FORTUNATE SON truly personifies the spirit and grit of America’s Favorite Rock & Roll Band! This show is for all ages and unites classic rock, country, blues, and folk music fans together like no other tribute act can.
Performing everything from Chuck Berry to Lady Gaga, the name says it all: DECADES presents a vibrant and diverse act that’s sure to please every member of the audience. DECADES’ tight harmonies and energized rhythm section truly shine when playing hits from the 1940s to today.
The J Band embraces the sun-soaked surf of their California home with their high-energy combination of guitars, percussion, steel drums, and harmonies. Four albums, a big spin rate on Pandora Radio, and an unforgettable live show has earned them some of the most dedicated fans in the country.
Nashville recording artist Buck Ford is a young, pure country singing sensation who focuses on keeping the traditional country sound and rhythm flowing. Buck’s influences include George Strait, Merle Haggard, George Jones and Keith Whiteley. Buck and his band pride themselves on their performances “bringing back to life” the sound and feel of real old country music.
The Bump City Reunion Band is a twelve-piece R&B funk band built around fiery horn play and funk-fueled music. Bump City’ rhythm section lays down a groove like no other, and the horn section drives a unique sound. Combine this with two outstanding vocalists and you have one of the most dynamic group of musicians.
Cherry Bomb” is a powerful 5 piece band dedicated to the music of “heartland rocker” John Mellencamp. The song list includes familiar tunes such as “Jack and Diane”, “Hurts So Good” and “Cherry Bomb” as well as other hit songs from the “Words and Music” album. The vocals are spot on and the performance level even better.! The songs this band plays will get under your skin and penetrate your soul. So take a step back in time and come rock with Cherry Bomb!
Island of Black and White’s music is a sweet, humble, yet raw blend of acoustic rock, funky reggae and soulful blues. The band exerts high energy performances and shares an immense love for music. Not only does the band enjoy playing, but their incredible performances engage all who listen!
Val Starr & The Blues Rocket is a premier, all original Blues band located in the Sacramento area. Val Starr’s explosive stage presence and powerful vocals are backed by the areas top blues musicians! Playing the best in California blues, the band keeps the audience up on it’s feet and dancing to their blues beat!
Kenny Metcalf as Elton & The Early Years Band, more than just a tribute, “a show”, were hand picked to be featured on Mark Cuban and Ryan Seacrest’s network AXS TV show “THE WORLD’S GREATEST TRIBUTE BANDS.” They wowed a national audience (39 million) during their live to air performance at The Roxy in Hollywood, CA. “Elton” as portrayed by Kenny Metcalf, has the voice and appearance of Elton John when he was young. From rhinestones to sequins, every detail has been meticulously recreated. Iconic costumes including the infamous Los Angeles Dodgers uniform designed by Bob Mackie and glasses (created for Elton himself) by Ray Winston finish the illusion.
There will be no Downtown Tuesday Nights Due to Independence Day. Our next date will be July 11 2017 and will be featuring Journey Revisited.
Established in 2011, Journey Revisited is a group of high level professional musicians who strive to deliver a faithful Journey musical experience. While there are numerous tributes to Journey in today’s live music scene, what sets Journey Revisited apart is their determination to recreate Journey’s iconic studio recordings and give audiences an opportunity to re-live those magic musical moments. The group now features new lead vocalist Frank House (formerly of the Sacramento group, Departure). The band has toured up and down the entire West Coast and far beyond, playing fairs, casinos, festivals, corporate events, showcase night clubs and private parties.
Journey Revisited always aims to replicate the sound of one of the greatest and prolific “hit-making” bands in the history of rock & roll.
Locked-N-Loaded is a Country Band playing all of your favorite country hits from today’s radio play to the hits of yester-year. The band features an authentic Nashville sound complete with Steel Guitar, Lead Guitar and outstanding vocal harmonies from 2 male lead singers, giving us the vocal range to cover nearly all styles. In true country tradition, Locked-N-Loaded cherishes their fans and treat them as we would a close friend or family member.
Singer, songwriter and guitarist, Michael Beck brings years of experience from the stage and studio to every note he plays. His charisma when performing is as infectious as his smile. Listening to music when he was younger, Michael found that his favorites were Travis Tritt, Garth Brooks, and Jason Aldean. This style, captured in his own playing, began to permeate throughout his live performances. Michael continues to write and collaborate with a Nashville production team. His latest single “Our Side” is available for download along with his E.P. “Countin’ on Tennessee” on Itunes, Spotify, and many other retailers. His upcoming full album is set to be released in October. Be sure to check the calendar and come watch a performance. He’d love to meet you.
In the 70’s and 80’s Pablo Cruise reached the the top 10 with mega hits like “Watcha Gonna Do When She Says Goodbye” and “Love Will Find A Way,” The band went on to sell several million albums and singles collectively and established themselves as well respected writers and performers within the industry. They appeared on numerous TV shows, including Dick Clark’s American Bandstand, The Merv Griffin Show and in 1979 they broke Elvis Presley’s attendance record at The Sahara Tahoe in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, becoming the first rock band to play a Casino Showroom. They also became the first rock band to grace the stage of the Grand Ole Opry, but by 1986 after completing several national tours and releasing 7 albums in all, the band decided to take a hiatus. A hiatus that has lasted more than 20 years… We are thrilled Pablo Cruise has retuned to the stage ahnd hope you’ll join us for a very special musical evening.
Roseville Downtown Tuesday Nights are supported exclusively by the community sponsors and vendors. We offer three ways to expose your business to an estimated 60,000 attendees:
1. Purchase a Commercial Booth – display your products and get in front of 4,000 – 6,000 prospects each Tuesday night from May 2nd – July 25th!
2. Become a Sponsor – take advantage of 18 weeks of Marketing including digital, print and radio. It’s a powerful way to make an impact by simultaneously showing your community support while reaching thousands of potential customers! Some of our sponsorships include access to the coveted VIP lounge with gourmet food, beer and wine pairings!
3. Do Both – By purchasing a booth and becoming a sponsor you will be maximizing your marketing dollars in the most effective way possible!
This is a unique opportunity for you to showcase the benefits of your product and services while supporting the community in which you work, live and play!
If you are interested in sponsorship, please contact our office at 916-726-7404 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Roseville Downtown Tuesday Nights features a full car show of as many as 120 classic cars from all eras.
If you love vintage, classic, hot rods, or just have a love for cars, join us for a night of fun.
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If you are interested in sponsoring Roseville Downtown Tuesday Nights, please email email@example.com or call 916-726-7404.
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NO EARLY ENTRY. DO NOT PARK BEFORE 4 PM.
This year’s Car Show will be managed by NorCal Cruisers.
1985 and older vehicles only. No rubber/plastic bumpers. No smog pumps. No For Sale signs.
Parking Starts at 4 pm. You must enter the event at the corner of Vernon and Judah only. From I80 Take Douglas West, right on Judah, right on Vernon. Moving cones or barricades to enter the event is not permitted and will cause you to lose cruising privileges.
Driving on the street during the event is a privilege, please drive carefully when parking or leaving (under 3mph). NO BURN OUTS, NO HOPPING OR RAPID HYDROLIC/AIR BAG USE (You may “slowly” lower or raise your vehicle when you arrive and leave) NO LOUD MUSIC.
We will provide DJ’ed music and a live band. Please save your stereo for the audio show.
Cars must maintain Handicap and Fire/Paramedic accessibility. Please do not block sidewalks and crosswalks.
All cruisers must register and put the window plaque in their windshield during all events. Please keep plaque for future 2017 events. You only need to register once per year. Registration is available at the info booth at the corner of Vernon and Taylor.
NO EARLY ENTRY. DO NOT PARK BEFORE 4 PM.
Alcohol may only be consumed in the Beer and Wine Garden. Any “visible” alcohol consumption may be confiscated and or cited.
Please disregard parking stripes and back straight in. If you arrive early please park in the parking garage until streets are completely closed at 4:00pm.
No Bicycle or Skateboard riding is allowed in the event. Please help us enforce this in a proper manner. (Police and Paramedics are exempt from this rule)
Three Merchants Choice Awards will be given out. Winners will be announced at 7:45pm at the information booth. For more information call cruise managers Wally Schnierle at 916-947-0689 or Mike at 916-412-2548.
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