5:00pm Doors Open
1 entrée purchase required per person
All sales are final, but if for any reason show is canceled all purchases will be refunded.
All seating is outdoor open air at our special tented outdoor stage dining area. Please dress accordingly.
Social distancing is enforced; masks are required when walking to and from your table or to enter restrooms.
Must have reserved seating to park.
There's no dance floor or dancing in the tent, but after the dinner hour you can get up and move to the groove by your table!
Must be 21 years old to drink alcoholic beverages.
$20 corkage fee on first bottle, $30 on the second bottle $40 and third etc. (750ml = 1 bottle).
No other outside beverages are allowed.
If you are disruptive or do not wish to follow our protocols, you will be asked to leave. Please help us stay open and let's keep everyone safe!
Francisco Torres is a
trombonist, arranger, composer, and educator who hails from
the state of Sonora, Mexico. He is the musical director for
the legendary Poncho Sanchez and a member of Gordon Goodwin’s
Big Phat Band, John Beasley’s Monkestra, and the Clare Fischer
Big Band. He has been a part of several Grammy winning records
including Latin Soul (Poncho Sanchez), ¡Ritmo! (Clare Fischer), That’s How We Roll and Life in the Bubble (Gordon Goodwin). For the past several years, he has
produced several Poncho Sanchez albums, earning five Grammy
and Latin Grammy nominations for Best Latin Jazz Album.
Francisco’s album credits include Pitbull, Frank Ocean, Michael Bublé, Ray Charles, The All-American Rejects, Jennifer Lopez, David Bowie, Robbie Williams, Brian Setzer, Ricky Martin, Los Lobos, Spoon, Dr. Dre, Busta Rhymes, 50 Cent, Eminem, Jackie Greene, Ry Cooder, Angélique Kidjo, Alejandro Fernández, Juan Gabriel, Jenni Rivera, Rocío Dúrcal, Sammy Nestico, John Beasley, Joey DeFrancesco, Kurt Elling, Dianne Reeves, Terence Blanchard, Pete Escovedo, Bill Cunliffe, Giovanni Hidalgo, Rebeca Mauleon, Francisco Aguabella, and the legendary Bob Dylan. He has performed with Santana, Cachao, Arturo Sandoval, Joey DeFrancesco, Stanley Clarke, Bill Holman, James Moody, Roy Hargrove, Nathan East, Alex Acuña, Natalie Cole, The Manhattan Transfer, Sheila E., and Harry Connick Jr.