Powerhouse Entertainment brings back one of the its most popular performers this Saturday night. Adam Aldama and the Aces return to Historic Folsom’s Sutter Street. It’s not uncommon to see Aldama’s name on then marque of the Powerhouse Pub and other area venues as of late but every time this band returns, they continue to pack the house with crowd that loves the energy the band brings. 

It was just back in March of 2021 that, Aldama the group with his The Aces, debuting their first show together at Mango’s nightclub in downtown Sacramento. The Aces have been performing consistently throughout the Sacramento region and surrounding areas around California at clubs, private events, and festivals. The Aces perform a wide variety of music such as Throwback Hip Hop & R&B, Pop, Old School, Top 40 and more! 

The Aces also deliver different themes and styles such as a Prince tribute band called The Red Corvettes, Finesse The Bruno Mars tribute show, 2Bad The Michael Jackson tribute, Y2K Live, specializing in music from the 2000’s) and Night Fever,  The Ultimate Disco Tribute show.

The 5 piece group consists of Adam Aldama (Leader/Vocals), Veronica Ballejos (vocals), Brett Sackett (lead guitar), Keywan Ryland (Drums), and Jimmy O’Shea (Bass). This 5 piece band has been delivering a show filled with tons of energy, dancing, and captivating songs to keep the crowd moving and entertained!

Saturday night’s show starts at 10:00 p.m. tickets are $20 and available with all of the other weekend events at www.powerhousepub.com.

Additional entertainment this weekend will include Riff Raff, a tribute to AC/DC for the Friday night early show at Powerhouse. The Saturday afternoon dance party will feature the music of the Kool Drifters prior to Aldama’s return to the stage. On Sunday, the Powerhouse of Blues will welcome Dennis Jones back to Historic Folsom. See the Powerhouse Pub website for all the details as well as Folsom Times Entertainment on additional shows.

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