Concerts in Hesperia

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International Latin-pop sensation Luis Miguel has tenderly caressed ears with tuneful ballads and lively boleros for nearly 30 years. With a dazzling career that includes more than 52 million albums sold, chart-topping hits in dozens of countries, and multiple continent-spanning tours, Miguel wields vocal powers and a winning smile potent enough to melt the hearts of fans and the tips of wayward icebergs. Concertgoers can enjoy the aural feast while securely nestled in the rear loge of the San Manuel Amphitheater, an expansive outdoor space that allows listeners to bask in the fresh air without the hassle and awkward bear encounters of a camping trip.

2575 Glen Helen Pkwy
San Bernardino,
CA
US

Little Shop of Horrors, Center Stage's latest production, revisits Alan Menken's famed dark comic musical about an insecure floral assistant forced to serve human lunches to a man-eating plant with a Juilliard-caliber singing voice. Bear witness to the expressive acting of Center Stage Theatre's best as actors bring to life the terrifyingly humorous story of love, desperation, and maniacal dentists. First-timers will discover the epic roots of the botanical horror-comedy genre, and longtime fans can return for a 20th viewing to rehear favorite notes of mind-sticking standards like "Skid Row (Downtown)."

8463 Sierra Ave
Fontana,
CA
US

Resembling a space ship abandoned by aliens who had recently time-traveled to hang out with Le Corbusier, The Glass House is a portal to rock and dance sounds for music-lovers of all ages. It’s also a cornerstone of downtown Pomona’s close-knit arts district, surrounded by record stores, cafes, and vintage shops. Holiday-themed shows and fundraising concerts join young, on-the-rise bands on the calendar, along with established favorites such as New Found Glory and The Faint.

200 W 2nd St
Pomona,
CA
US

The scriptless, propless performers of improv troupe Darwin’s A-Team conjure absurd situations with nothing more than audience members' suggestions and their own imaginations. Characterized by surprising dialogue and a refusal to release laughing gas into the audience, the chuckle-hungry collective rings in 2012 with It’s the New Year … Now What?, its first performance of the year. The show takes place in the High Desert Center for the Arts, a recently refurbished theater whose chandeliers, plush seating, and coat-check room full of tiaras create an elegant atmosphere for refined rib-tickling.

15615 8th Street
Victorville,
CA
US

Spread across two stories, Borderline Grill and Bar exudes a tavern-like spirit intended to put patrons at ease as they relax with a drink or a quick meal. The menu mainly features classic American comfort foods, although it also includes a healthy number of dishes inspired by cooking from south of the border. Diners can dig into hearty entrees, such as charbroiled chicken glazed with a bourbon-tinged barbecue sauce and steaks ranging from 8-ounce cuts of sirloin to 14-ounce rib eye. Additionally, the menu devotes an entire page to items such as flautas, sizzling fajitas, and deep-fried burritos topped with pork chili verde.

29020 Oak Terrace
Lake Arrowhead,
CA
US

Surrounded by a wide variety of sports memorabilia, visitors to Celebrities Sports Grill can grab a beer, feast on bar-friendly grub, and watch the game on one of the numerous TVs. Menu highlights include wings in one of three sauces, steak dinners sided by baked potatoes and salad, and fish tacos wrapped with homemade tortillas. Nighttime entertainment offers a reason to break out your night vision googles and head over, with live DJs, bands, karaoke idol competitions, and sports watching parties.

127 W 40th St
San Bernardino,
CA
US