Judging by ticket sales, the Grammy award-winning “Texican” rock group Los Lonely Boys is the top concert choice this week.
The trio – brothers Henry, JoJo and Ringo Garza – make a return trip to Fresno, Tuesday, May 31, to play a show at Fulton 55. If you don’t have tickets, you may be out of luck. The show has been sold out for a week.
But, there are other things to do. Here are some top entertainment choices for the week ahead:
David Bowie tribute
The event: “The Goblin Kings Masquerade Ball” is a celebration of all things David Bowie, with live music performances and a “Labyrinth” screening in the background. Bowie/masquerade attire is encouraged, but not required.
The draw: When David Bowie died in January at the age of 69, it was a shock. The English singer-songwriter was otherworldly – a perennial part of the pop music lexicon, from dancing in the streets with Mick Jagger to singing with Bing Crosby or Queen’s Freddie Mercury. That’s discounting his acting work in films “The Hunger,” “Labyrinth” and “The Prestige.”
It's all about coming together and having fun!
Details: 6:30 p.m. Saturday, May 27, Fulton 55, 875 Divisadero St. $15-$18. 559-412-7400, www.fulton55.com
The Donald gets roasted
The event: San Francisco based RoastSF stops at Frank’s Place for a one-night only “Comedy Roast of Donald Trump.”
The draw: Based on the popular series of Comedy Central roasts, the show will feature top insult comics from Los Angeles, San Francisco and Fresno. The real Donald Trump will not be in attendance – there is a Donald Trump impersonator, if that helps. The group makes sure you know Trump has no association with this show.
Details: 8 p.m. Saturday, May 28, Frank’s Place, 1432 Fulton St. $10-$15. 559-264-2848, www.warnors.org