Matt Applin and the Midnite Band to Provide Bay Area Entertainment at Twin Pine Casino & Hotel


Who’s coming soon to the Grapevine Bar & Lounge in the Twin Pine Casino & Hotel? That’s always a good question because there is never a lack of world-class talent on display. On Friday, December 9 from 9 p.m. to 1:30 a.m., Matt Applin and the Midnite Band will be rocking the house, proving once again that when it comes to Bay Area entertainment, you really should come to Twin Pine.

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Terry Hanck to Provide Soulful Entertainment at Twin Pine Casino in the Bay Area


Once again, Twin Pine Casino in the Bay Area treats music lovers to a world-class live music. On November 11 and 12 from 9 p.m. to 1:30 a.m., saxophonist Terry Hanck will bring his unique brand of the blues to the Grapevine Bar & Lounge.

Described by Lee Hildebrand, a writer for Living Blues Magazine, as “one of the most formidable saxophonists in the blues and soul business,” Hanck and bandmates Johnny Soubrand, Butch Cousins, and Tim Wagar, put on an amazing show. Their songs range from upbeat, energetic anthems to slow, steamy ballads. Post originally appeared on TwinPine.com blog page.
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Twin Pine Casino to Provide a Fun Night of Bay Area Entertainment with The Lalas


Twin Pine Casino & Hotel takes great pride in booking some of the best Bay Area entertainment. The Los Angeles-based Lalas definitely fit that description. On Friday, November 18 they’ll be appearing at the Twin Pine Event Center from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Their burlesque show features lots of laughs and some impressive dance moves.

As their website explains: “We tour. We Tease. We dance. We celebrate female empowerment, respect, and LOVE.” Tickets to the show are $25, which includes $10 Free Play. Contact us for more information on these burlesque performers. Read more from this blog.
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Top-notch Middleton Hotels Provide a Worthwhile Travel Experience


Autumn in Napa Valley happens to be “Crush/Harvest” season, so apart from great-tasting wine, tourists get to enjoy a breathtaking kaleidoscope of colors in full display. Napa Valley tourists can opt to stay at first-class Middletown hotels which are only an hour away. Here’s what travelers need to know about hotel stays in the area:

Booking the hotel

Planning ahead is crucial to a hassle-free vacation. By booking a room several weeks in advance, it is easier to choose a room with easy access and fantastic views. Some hotels also offer great deals for advanced bookings.
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