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Sacramento, California

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Date: 3/1/2015 - 3/1/2015
Time: Sunday 6:30pm
Price: $48-$499
Location: Ace of Spades 
Type: Music
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In Flames
In Flames is a Swedish heavy metal band from Gothenburg, formed in 1990. Since the band's inception, they have released eleven studio albums, three EPs, and one live DVD. As of 2008, In Flames has sold over 2 million records worldwide.

Date: 3/1/2015 - 3/1/2015
Time: Sunday 9:00pm
Price: $25-$30
Location: Harlow's Night Club 
Type: Music
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Mali Music
2015 Grammy Nominee for "Best Urban Contemporary Album", Mali Music reveres and respects the power of his chosen art form. The singer, songwriter and producer recognized music's impact at a very young age, treasuring it as a gift. At only eleven years old and without any formal training, he would get behind the keyboard at a local Savannah, GA church and play for hours in front of a packed house every single Sunday.

Date: Ongoing
Time: Monday-Sunday 10:00am-5:00pm
Price: Free/Members and Children(ages 0-5), $6/Adults(ages 18 and above), $4/Youth(ages 6-17)
Location: Sacramento History Museum 
Type: Museum Exhibit
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The Beginnings of Sacramento City
The Historic Old Sacramento Foundation and the Sacramento History Museum are proud to present Gold, Greed & Speculation: The Beginnings of Sacramento City in the museum's lobby gallery. Visitors have the unique opportunity to explore the city's first fifty years. The exhibit storyline goes beyond Sacramento's origins as a gold rush boomtown, as the story is more complex than just miners seeking their fortunes in gold. Sacramento's early days are marked by surprises and contrasts, riches and scarcity, generosity and greed, and violence and beauty.

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Date: 3/1/2015 - 3/1/2015
Time: Sunday 7:30pm
Price: $8-$13
Location: Crest Theatre 
Type: Music
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The Wizard of Oz
The Wizard of Oz blew people's minds when it opened in 1939, utilizing a brand new concept and technology: color film. With the advent of color, the fantastic sets and special effects were something no one had seen before, bringing a whole new kind of life to Frank L. Baum's beloved story. To this day the characters and look of the film is still eye popping and rather astounding. Judy Garland's original rendition of "Over the Rainbow" lives in everyone's hearts as one of the most memorable songs of all time. No one can deny that this film is a true classic. A costume contest will take place before the film to allow those with the gumption to "strut their stuff".

Date: Ongoing
Time: Monday-Sunday 10:00am-5:00pm
Price: Free/Members and Children(ages 0-5), $6/Adults(ages 18 and above), $4/Youth(ages 6-17)
Location: Sacramento History Museum 
Type: Museum Exhibit
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Trouble in River City
During the midst of the Great Depression, Sacramento played host to a long-sunning criminal trial that captivated the nation. Trouble in River City tells the story of eighteen farm labor organizers who were tried for Criminal Syndicalism - the attempt to overthrow the government by violent means. Utilizing trial transcripts, documents and photographs, the exhibit will investigate the trial that played out for nearly four months and included such sensational elements as faked kidnappings, beatings, and media leaks.
 
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