Musical artists have teamed-up to open the doors to a new night-on-the-town experience called “The Inn Room,” an artist event and musical center, as delicious as it sounds.
Joining forces is M-vention Productions, Brooks Entertainment and The Village Artist Collective to offer live music seekers a unique night-out experience and the invitation includes a look inside the Historic Apple Valley Inn. You won’t just see the original time-capsulated interior, you’ll get to enjoy it because “The Inn Room” utilizes the one of the original lounges with a rustic 50’s glam that hasn’t faded.
Producers/Musicians Ray Brooks, Maggie Vee and Nathan Paul offer the public an alternative night-out experience with a theme, vendors, food, dancing and top-notch entertainment, all for one low ticket price.
The Apple Valley Inn, which opened on Thanksgiving Day 1948, is a landmark in the community and a prominent feature in the history of Apple Valley.
It was a popular vacation destination for Hollywood celebrities during the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. Frequent visitors included notable icons Bob Hope, Marilyn Monroe, John Wayne, Richard Nixon and investors Roy Rogers and Dale Evans in its heyday. Today it is a unique business and event center, home of the Apple Valley Legacy Museum.
Get ready to dress-up and dance the night away because The Inn Room kicks-off its 2016 Music Series Calendar on Saturday, April 23 with Ray Brooks & The Bluzmasters in an “Earth Day of Blues” event and a Mother’s Day celebration on Sunday, May 7 with independently produced and distributed Soul Pattern Project.
Ticket price is $20 and includes: Event entry, appetizers, live music and the historic bar will be open for drink purchases and specials. Group VIP Packages also available.
Purchase your tickets now at www.purplepass.com/theinnroom or call 1-800-316-8559.