Dance, dance, dance
6:30 p.m. March 30 and 31, 4 p.m. April 1 / Roosevelt High School Auditorium, 4250 E Tulare St. / danzantes.org, (559) 355-2619 / $15
One part of the busy annual Danzantes Unidos Festival is a Showcase Concert Series featuring 40 dance companies from throughout the western United States. A different lineup is featured each day. More than 800 dancers participate in the annual festival, which includes a number of public events. The two-day event is hosted by Teocalli of Fresno, with support from Clovis West High School, Roosevelt High School and El Sol Dance Company.
April 1 through May 10 / Ansel Adams Gallery, Yosemite National Park / jeffgrandyphotography.net / Free
Oakhurst photographer Jeff Grandy's "Unfiltered" series might make you look at water in a different way. Taken in local rivers and streams, Grandy's abstract water photography reveals a "shining glimpse of bending color and light." An artist's reception is April 21.
8 p.m. March 30 / Starline, 833 E. Fern Ave. / $15-$20 / bangtangostarline.eventbrite.com
Bang Tango -- the '80s Los Angeles glam metal/hard rock band best known for its single "Someone Like You" -- visits Fresno's Starline March 30. The band features singer Joe Lesté as its only original member. Also on the bill are HammerDown Sindrum, Tipsy Gypsy and Six Day Truce.
7:30 p.m. April 2 and 3 / Saroyan Theatre, 700 M St. / broadwayinfresno.com, (800) 745-3000 / $30-$52.50
Set in 1987, the rambunctious Broadway musical "Rock of Ages" tells a feel-good love story through the hit songs of iconic rockers Journey, Styx, REO Speedwagon, Foreigner, Pat Benatar, Whitesnake and more. The musical scored five Tony Award nominations.
Celebrate with The Beehive
6:30 p.m. March 31 / Rotary Playland, 890 W. Belmont Ave. / $5 / (559) 486-2124, fresnobeehive.com.
The Beehive -- The Bee's pop culture and entertainment blog -- is having its annual Beehive Birthday party Saturday night at Rotary Playland. It's an exclusive after-hours party at the park. There will be Fresno-centric twists to a few of the rides, a beer garden, food, prizes and familiar faces to joining in on the fun. The winner of ValleyWho -- The Beehive's online tournament to decide its readers favorite local icon -- will also be crowned. Admission costs $5 and includes unlimited rides. Kids 12 and under are free.
Let's Go Bowling
9:30 p.m. March 30 / Fulton 55, 875 Divisadero St. / $10-$15 / (559) 412-7400, fulton55.com
Perhaps Fresno's most famous local band, Let's Go Bowling, comes out of hibernation to play its dancy ska tunes tonight at Fulton 55. Let's Go Bowling has been a Fresno staple for decades now, but these days only plays a few times per year. Joining in on the fun tonight is Brother Joscephus & the Love Revival Revolution Orchestra, a 16-piece soul band.
A sweet train ride
Beginning Saturday, March 31 / 56001 Highway 41, Fish Camp / $9.50-$19 / yosemitesteamtrains.com, (559) 683-7273
The Sugar Pine Railroad will start up its engines again on Saturday. The season begins for the popular mountain attraction just south of Yosemite's southern entrance. The four-mile train route gives riders a glimpse into the past, when the historic locomotives hauled lumber through the mountains. In addition to riding the rails, people can pan for gold and visit the Thornberry Museum.