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Unless otherwise noted, doors open at 7:00pm and the first performance begins at 8:00pm.
Ramona Mainstage is an all ages venue. Persons under 21 must be accompanied by a parent.
All patrons must show valid photo ID.
All ticket purchases are non-refundable.

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Friday, July 14  ·  Steve Poltz

Doors open at 7:00 pm
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Steve Poltz

Steve Poltz is not normal.

He was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia (Canada) but has lived most of his life in Southern California and those geographic poles are quite likely responsible for his unhinged genius. He is a dual citizen – Canada/USA – but has often said that, “should a hostage situation arise, I become conveniently Canadian.”

Over the course of his life he’s met Elvis Presley (who hugged his sister for far too long), trick or treated at Liberace’s house (each finger had a diamond ring), was Bob Hope’s favourite altar boy (according to him), bravely traveled the world busking before he knew how to do it, famously co-wrote “You Were Meant For Me” with Jewel, pissed off David Cassidy and can count some of the world’s coolest people as fans.

He’s also an ex high school wrestler (98 pound class), an obsessed baseball fan, a yoga practitioner, a hopeless romantic, a smart-ass philosopher and a child-like adventurer/observer with an absurdist’s view of this crazy world and the various life-forms that inhabit it. He’s interested in it all – the big and the small, the sublime and the ridiculous, the terrestrial and the cosmic. He doesn’t just love life, he rides it bareback, naked, at a full gallop with one hand clenched deep in its mane and the other waving to anyone watching as he flies by. Time is ticking and he has work to do…

As a recording artist, he’s fronted the semi-legendary Rugburns and is responsible for a critically lauded body of work on his own: One Left Shoe, Chinese Vacation, Answering Machine, The Barn (a children’s album), Tales From The Tavern (a performance DVD), Traveling, Unraveling, Dreamhouse, Noineen Noiny Noin and most recently the soundtrack for the acclaimed Sundance-screened documentary film, Running Wild – The Life of Dayton O. Hyde.

As good as his albums are (and they’re very, very good), Steve positively owns a crowd when he’s on stage, where the proverbial rubber hits the road. His shows are the stuff of legend – no two are alike – and can take an unsuspecting audience from laughter to tears and back again in the space of a single song. He is a master of improvisational songwriting and works without a set list to be free to react instantly to the mood of a room. It’s also worth mentioning that he is an astonishing guitar player on top of everything else. He is quite possibly the most talented, and engaging, solo performer on this planet. That’s what 250+ shows a year on three continents will do for you.

Whether he’s Canadian, or American, or simply from space there’s no denying there’s only one Steven Joseph Joshua Poltz and to know him is to love him.

Wednesday, July 19  ·  Los Ángeles Azules

Doors open at 7:00 pm
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Los Ángeles Azules

El grupo representa el sonido de la cumbia hecha en México. Originarios de Iztapalapa y de ahí… PARA EL MUNDO, Los Ángeles Aaazules!

Friday, July 28  ·  David Allan Coe

Doors open at 7:00 pm
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David Allan Coe

Like Merle Haggard before him, David Allan Coe served time in prison before setting his dreams on becoming a country music star. Coe headed to Nashville in 1967 and found his first big success over five years later — as a songwriter. As a singer, his biggest hits were “Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile”, “The Ride”, “You Never Even Called Me by My Name”, “She Used to Love Me a Lot”, and “Longhaired Redneck”.

His best-known compositions are the No. 1 successes “Would You Lay With Me (In a Field of Stone)” (which was covered by Tanya Tucker) and “Take This Job and Shove It” (which was later covered by Johnny Paycheck and inspired a hit movie; both Coe and Paycheck had minor parts in the film).

The Sickstring Outlaws

The Sickstring Outlaws are an outlaw country/southern rock band whose main goal is to show people a good time. The San Diego based band have had the good fortune through hard work to open for the likes of David Allan Coe, The Marshall Tucker Band and Merle Jagger as well as many local acts such as the popular tribute band Cash’d Out, Married by Elvis, Three Bad Jacks and many more.

he Sickstring Outlaws have taken the hard road by playing original songs, staying true to what they believe in and working hard to keep outlaw country music alive. By sheer determination, they are starting to gain a large and strong fan base everywhere they play. If you happen to catch their live show…you will not be disappointed.

Saturday, July 29  ·  Hearts and Hooves – Memories Of Memphis

Doors open at 7:00 pm
Memories of Memphis
With the music of:

Proceeds for this concert go to
Heart and Hooves Therapy
For Booth or VIP call Juanita at 619-922-3932

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VIP / Meet & Greet

  • VIP Booth (Seats 6): $400
  • VIP Table seating: $70
  • General Admission with Meet & Greet: $50

For Booth or VIP call Juanita at 619-922-3932

Carl Perkins – Travis Dagget

The son of musical parents, 24 year old Travis Daggett began playing guitar at the age of 14. Starting out in church playing gospel music with his preacher father, Travis quickly branched out after discovering – and falling in love with – the sounds of roots rock and americana. Based out of the greater Los Angeles area since 2012, Daggett has been performing all over the USA from New York to Los Angeles to Disneyland, and has performed with musicians from all walks of life such as Tom Jones, Mickey Dolenz, the Beach Boys, Chris Shiflett, Neil Morrow, Buzz Campbell, Russell Scott, John Stamos… the list is ever growing.

Jerry Lee Lewis – Jacob Tolliver

Jacob Tolliver’s entertainment roots began at an early age dazzling his teachers and classmates at Portsmouth West High School in the deepest most Southern region of Appalachian Ohio.

Jake learned to sing, perform, and act by gravitating to his old school heros like Dick Van Dyke, Tony Bennett, Jerry Lee Lewis and many others.

In 2013 at the age of 19, Jake was selected to be the understudy for the role of Jerry Lee Lewis, “The Killer”, in the Las Vegas production of “Million Dollar Quartet.”

Johnny Cash – Neil Morrow

Born and raised in Anaheim, Ca, Neil knew at an early age that he wanted to play music. It wasn’t the current sounds on the radio at the time that sparked his interest, but it was something a little older…

“My parents had these collections of “Time Life Music Collection of the 50’s” records and cd’s, so I would pop them in the player and listen. I would play them over and over, and really absorb and studied the music.” Neil says. “It really became an obsession! When somebody asked “who sang that one song??”, I could always tell them the artist and the year. I loved it!”

Now with a schedule of around 200 shows a year, Neil keeps quite busy living his dream of being a professional entertainer. Not only performing with his band, but also working as a Dueling Piano player. A form of entertainment that involves music and comedy, two of Neil’s favorite things. Now after being in the business for nearly 25 years, Neil’s career has led him to some notable performances and experiences. Neil has recorded music and appeared on “Sister Act 2”, “E.R.” and recently the Netflix reboot series of “Full House”, titled “Fuller House”, just to name a few.

Elvis Presley – Jacob Roman

Jacob Roman, is an award winning 1950’s Elvis Tribute Artist and 2X E.P.EXPO Grand Champion, (2013 Yuma, Az.& 2014 Shawnee, Ok.) Come & relive the memory.

Jacob’s journey to Elvis began long before he was born. His mom’s side of the family is filled with talented singers and musicians who all seem to have a natural knack for music. Anita has been around music all her life and has a keen insight into the world of music and entertainment. Jacob’s uncles, David and Jimmy, seem to have been born with a prodigious rhythm for the drums and have bands of their own. Anita said about her brother, Jimmy, he destroyed four vinyl chairs from his constant drumming on the furniture. The family’s natural talent for music has been inherited by Jacob who can play the guitar, drums, ukulele, bass, piano, and of course, sing, but it was Humberto, Jacob’s dad, who was the Elvis fan.

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