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Thunder Valley Casino Entertainment Lineup





LINCOLN - Thunder Valley Casino Resort announced the first acts of its much anticipated Summer Concert Series - as tickets go on sale for Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, Jeff Dunham, Chicago and Bill Engvall next week

"We are thrilled to announce the first round of acts for our fourth annual summer concert series at Thunder Valley," said C.J. Graham, General Manager of Thunder Valley Casino Resort. "Our outdoor amphitheater is second to none in the region and as always, we will have a very well-rounded series of big name entertainers." 

Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons         Saturday, June 1

Jeff Dunham                                             Friday, June 21

Chicago                                                  Saturday, August 3

Bill Engvall                                              Saturday, August 10

Beginning at 10 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 8, Thunder Club Members will have the exclusive chance to purchase tickets on-site at Thunder Valley. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Saturday, Feb. 9 and can be purchased online at www.thundervalleyresort.com/entertainment or at the Thunder Valley Ticket Sales Office between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m.

This year, Thunder Valley is offering exclusive season ticket passes for its Summer Concert Series. Tickets for all shows are expected to sell out quickly. 

Additional entertainment at Thunder Valley include:

Gladiator Challenge/Super Fight Night                February 1

Sacramento Sports Hall of Fame Ceremony        February 2

V101's Valentines Jam                                        February 15

Crystal Gayle                                                      February 22

Tia Carrere & Daniel Ho                                     February 23

The Righteous Brothers' Bill Medley                     March 2

Ben E. King                                                         March 15

Revolver, The Beatles Show                                 March 23

Johnny Cash/Patsy Cline Tribute Show                  March 30

Legends of Soul Tribute Show                               April 5

Vicki Lawrence                                                     April 13

Lincoln Pal Benefit Featuring Andy Gross               April 20


Thunder Valley Casino Resort has been in the elite ranks of AAA Four Diamond award-winning resort destinations since 2011. Located 30 miles east of Sacramento, Thunder Valley Casino Resort offers 250,000 square feet of gaming space - including over 2,700 slot and video machines, 113 table games and a live poker room with space for 210 players.

Thunder Valley has 14 restaurants and bars, including High Steaks Steakhouse, Red Lantern and a 500-seat Buffet as well as Mingle Bar, Falls Bar, Thunder Bar and High Steaks Bar. Thunder Valley Casino Resort is also home to a luxury, 17-story hotel with 297 rooms, including 40 suites and an expansive outdoor pool complete with private cabanas and Coconut, a poolside bar.

The Spa at Thunder Valley features a wide variety of treatments including the exclusive 24-carat gold leaf facial. Also on property is a 3,700-space parking structure that leads guests directly into the casino and hotel.   For more information on upcoming promotions, entertainment and ticket sales, or to make a reservation at Thunder Valley's AAA Four Diamond resort, visit www. thundervalleyresort.com.

The United Auburn Indian Community opened Thunder Valley in June 2003.





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