"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.
Christopher Cohan Performing Arts CenterFebruary 03, 2015
Highway 101 Grand Avenue
San Luis Obispo, CA 93407
Lindsey Stirling is aviolinistfrom Orange County, California who is probably best known for herappearanceas a quarter-finalist on the television program America's GotTalent. Blending adistinctivelymodern, electronically mindedstylisticsensibility into her playing, Stirling has managed to breathe life into an instrument that is typically thought of as reserved for symphonic and classical music. Stirling released her debut EP in 2010 and the album perfectly encapsulates thetalentedmusician's ability to seamlessly blend genres like dubstep and glitchop with various classical styles.
Henry Steinway, who performs and releases music under his RL Grime moniker, is a producer who creates a unique style of music by blending sonic maximalism with dance friendly rhythms to create a amalgam of sound that's well suited for Southern California's sprawling electronic music world. RL Grime released his debut EP, Clipz, in 2009 and has since managed to find favor amongst established names in the EDM scene like Diplo, A-Track and Flosstradamus.
The Cal Poly Mustangs represents the athletic programs and
intercollegiate teams of California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California.
The university maintains NCAA Division I status and competes in the Big West Conference, the Big Sky Conference, the Pacific-12 Conference and the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation. Cal Poly sponsors a wide variety of men's and women's sports, including basketball, baseball, soccer, cross country, volleyball, wrestling, tennis, softball and golf.
Pinback is a collaborative indie rock project between Rob Crow and Armistead Burwell Smith IV. The San Diego duo debuted in 1999 with its This Is a Pinback CD album, and caught the attention of Southern California audiences with its smart, concise songwriting. With a solid following in its home state, the band captured the respect of critics with the release of its 2001 record Blue Screen Life, which demonstrates the band's now trademark sound. Using tight, angular riffs, prominent bass, occasional hints of electronic production and layers upon layers of melody, Crow and Smith have honed an progressive indie/electronic sound. Pinback has released a slew of full-length albums and EPs, and continues to tour when Crow isn't busy with other projects, such as Goblin Cock and his own solo career.
Santa Maria Civic TheatreFebruary 06, 2015 7:00 PM
1660 N. McClelland St.
Santa Maria, CA 93454
Written by French playwright Yasmina Reza, God of Carnage made its debut in Switzerland in 2006 before coming to London's West End in 2008 for a run that would earn the production an Olivier award and three Tony awards the following year. The story revolves around a schoolyard incident of violence between two children that sparks a meeting between their parents. The ensuing encounter results in a chaotic conversation that touches on subjects of violence, chauvinism, racial anxiety and homophobia. Upper middle-class living is explored in this daring, evocative and hilarious evening of theater, which has enjoyed wild success in both New York and London. Reza's tack-sharp wit and gutsy skill with the pen attribute themselves to this fanged excavation of what lies beneath normative complacency when the gloves are off.