Fall in Love with the Harris Center...Again

Join us for a live, drive-up concert on Feb. 13

February 02, 2021

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Folsom, CA – In honor of Harris Center for the Arts' 10th Anniversary, the Los Rios Colleges Foundation and Folsom Lake College invites you to a drive-up, contact-free fundraising event on Saturday, February 13, starting at 2:00pm in a designated parking area near the Harris Center (10 College Parkway, off E. Bidwell St., in Folsom). "Fall in Love with the Harris Center…Again" will feature a live performance by Tom Rigney and Flambeau. This event will be held rain or shine.

Special thanks to our sponsors: Dr. and Mrs. Brice Harris, Karol and Rich McCormac, GJM Inc., Inductive Automation, Marian Dilley, and Zoom Media; and our restaurant partners, Land Ocean and Visconti's Ristorante.

About Tom Rigney and Flambeau

Tom Rigney has been a part of the San Francisco Bay Area roots music scene for more than thirty-five years. In 2000, after fifteen years as the leader and electrifying violinist of The Sundogs, fiddler/composer Tom Rigney stepped out on his own with a hot new band, Flambeau. The repertoire is original, eclectic, passionate, and filled with a musical and emotional intensity that will come as no surprise to followers of Rigney’s career. Visit Tom's website to learn more.

Ticket Information

Tickets (per car) are: $75 VIP (SOLD OUT), $50 General Admission (SOLD OUT), and $25 for Delayed Online Streaming. A 10th Anniversary Harris Center face mask is also available for order. All proceeds from the event will be restricted to help the Harris Center reopen when it is safe to do so. For more information and to purchase tickets, go to: flc.losrios.edu/love.

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Although the Harris Center’s stage will temporarily dim effective July 1, 2020, the community spirit created over the last 10 years will continue. Art sustains us during the good times and the not-so-good, and we sincerely hope that your memories of Harris Center performances remain and remind you that there is a light at the end of this tunnel.