Time: Doors at 6:00pm Show Starts at 8:00pm.
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OC Reloaded had this to say about Santa Ana’s Galaxy Theatre in a new article: Residents of Santa Ana, CA who haven’t already checked out the Galaxy Concert Theatre are missing out on an excellent entertainment option. Featuring an exciting list of a variety of artists with unique performance styles, the Galaxy Concert Theatre is a must-go-to for locals to this area.
Guess what? When you visit the Galaxy, they check your I.D. at the door and stamp your hand to indicate if you are under or over 21. They system works quite well for them.
Recently we reported that the Yost Theater’s owners are trying to get approval for an I.D. wristband system – which if anything is even more secure than using rubber stamps, but they are facing some token opposition from a group of unhinged people who apparently are against change in general, on the premise that the I.D. system will somehow lead to older men preying on young ladies.
Well, if your daughter is underage, isn’t it YOUR job to make sure she is safe? And why should this be an issue when facilities such as the Galaxy and the Anaheim House of Blues also identify the minors who attend their events – with zero problems?
Opposing the Yost on these grounds is just silly, yet I am told that even State Senator Lou Correa’s feathers have been ruffled by this. Yet Correa seemingly has no issue with the House of Blues, which is also in his district.
If you would like to email your support to Dennis Lluy, who is managing the Yost, click here.
The Three Bad Jacks are playing at Santa Ana’s Galaxy Theatre tonight.
Tickets are $13 in advance, or $15 at the door. Click here to buy tickets. The Galaxy is located at 3503 S. Harbor Blvd in Santa Ana.
Here is how the Three Bad Jacks are described on the Galaxy’s website:
The guitar licks sound like he did some wheelin and dealin at the crossroads. The bass kicks in, ripping things up. Drums give that smokin beat you can’t help but move to. Oh, and then there’s the vocals. Rocking, crooning, drawing you in. The crowd’s wild, yelling for more. This has got to be the best show you’ve ever seen. You’ve just seen the Three Bad Jacks.
A seamless blend of old-school rock and punk, they are a breath of fresh air in a stale radio world. They are changing the face of music. These guys are on the edge, and they’re ready to take it all.
Formerly of Terror Train, frontman Elvis Suissa formed Three Bad Jacks in 1996. Elvis has been playing guitar for 20 years, and is the singer/songwriter. Drawing inspiration from everyone from the other Elvis to the Clash to the Ramones, he serves up incredible melodies mixed with rock-steady beats – all topped off with a voice that knocks em dead.
MCW Midget Wrestling’s Micro Championship Wrestling is coming to Santa Ana’s Galaxy Theatre on Saturday, Nov. 27. Doors open at 6 pm. The bill also includes Franki Doll & The Broken Toys.
MCW is a company that has one goal in mind and that is to turn everyone who experiences one of our unique events into a Micro Maniac for life.
Our Micro Athletes may be short in stature, but make up for it in Hardwork, Will Power and Determination!
When you get a MCW Show, You get the Original often imitated, never duplicated “SUPERSTARS” of Midget Wrestling.
MCW Superstars have performed with Rock Stars : Kid Rock, DMX, Iron Maiden, Slipnot and others. They have also been feautured on tons of TV Shows: Jerry Springer, Marty Povich, MTV, WWE, TNA,and Major Roles in The Bleeding and 100 Tears to name a couple. The list goes on and on!
If you want to be the talk of the town and watch your bar sales skyrocket. MCW Is For You! This group of Veteran Entertainers have been Touring the country for the last 10 years in different organizations until now.
MCW has scoured the country looking for the best of the best, to form a virtual ALLSTAR Team of Professional Midget Wrestlers and are now Booking our 2010 National Tour.
Price: $15.00 in advance. $20.00 on the day of the show
Click here for more information.