This American rock duo from Los Angeles has had a strong start into the music scene. Formed in 2011, the two members, Julie Edwards and Lindsey Troy, have already found success in both the United States and United Kingdom. Bringing their talent to the IE with their hit single “Gonna Make My Own Money,” come see what all the rage is about.
7pm. $12. The Glass House, 200 W. Second St., Pomona, (909) 865-3802; www.theglasshouse.us.
With five Grammys and four Latin Grammys, it’s safe to say that Luis Miguel is one of the best male pop vocalists ever. This world-famous Latin-American is lighting up the stage with his acclaimed singing voice and handsome face. Singing many of his hit songs, including those off top albums Romance and Segundo Romance he’s bringing a performance you won’t want to miss.
8pm. $69-139. Fantasy Springs, 84245 Indio Springs Pkwy., Indio, (800) 827-2946. www.fantasyspringsresort.com.
Get ready to travel deep into the most spellbinding dream you can think of as you tap into the imagination of the forest. Nocturnal is extravagant, imaginative and will have a little something extra this time around. For the first time ever, you will have the ability to set up camp for the weekend! You get to experience more of the festival with daytime fun like swimming, a water slide, Frisbee golf, fishing and other activities. That should keep you entertained until the real action starts—right when the sun goes down. Once that happens, prepare to drift through a moonlit landscape filled with mad tea parties, sunken gardens and red queens galore. Each of the six stages is themed and will have DJs, dancers and even a few fire twirlers. Theatrical performers will dazzle, suspended aerialists will fly high above you and stilt walkers will traverse the crowds. The immersive audio and visual productions will have you seeing things (even if you aren’t on drugs). We all know you’ll be up partying past 4am anyways, so don’t rush to see everything right away . . . take time to marvel at the amazing art installations and don’t forget to hop on one of the carnival rides. Not to mention, Benny Benassi, Datsik, Umek, Dash Berlin and Fatboy Slim are just a few names on the talented list of performers. Are you ready to see just how deep the rabbit hole goes?
$80-$150. San Manuel Amphitheater, 2575 Glen Helen Pkwy., San Bernardino. www.nocturnalwonderland.com.
THE FOX ON THE FAIRWAY
Whether or not you know the meaning of par or birdie, Fox on the Fairway is a hilarious play that will make you laugh. So come check out the ridiculous shenanigans even if you’re unfamiliar with golf. Filled with charming adventures on the green, over-the-top romantic endeavors and the weird things that can only happen inside a private country club, it’ll be as exciting as a hole-in-one.
2pm. $15. Riverside Community Players, 4026 Fourteenth St., Riverside, (909) 639-1200; www.riversidecommunityplayers.com.
The meditative practice of qigong focuses on aligning your movement, breath and awareness to effectively find your balance of energy. Join teacher Joseph Bojanek as he leads you along the trails through the peaceful Rancho Santa Ana Botanic garden, filled with beautiful aromas and views of California Native plants and wildlife. This experience will help you look, feel and do better in every part of your life.
9am. Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, 1500 N. College Ave., Claremont, (909) 625-8767; www.rsabg.org.
Through fine art and inspiration, challenges that many at-risk youth face are alleviated. Come visit this beautiful exhibition that encourages positive transformation in many young lives. Students have used natural materials to create self portraits in three phases. Phase One is a self portrait that shows progression and hope for the future. Phase Two is a life-sized clay portrait and Phase Three is a self portrait of old age.
Thru Oct. 17. Gallery hours: Mon-Thurs, 10am-4pm. Mt. San Jacinto College Art Gallery, 1499 N. State St., San Jacinto, (951) 487-3585; www.msjc.edu.
While you’re checking out the goats and horses at the petting zoo or eating an assortment of deep fried pickles and candy bars, come check out this dangerous performance led by daring acrobats. The performers will fly across the room on a trapeze and perform tricks on hoops and silks—making your trip to the fair all the more exciting.
4pm. L.A. County Fair, 1101 W. McKinley Ave., Pomona, (909) 623-3111; www.lacountyfair.com.