Tralain to return to DVAC


(Tralain to return)

TRALAIN returns by popular demand on Saturday, November 9, 2019 at 7 pm for MUSIC AT THE CENTER at the Diamond Valley Arts Center (DVAC), located at 123 N. Harvard St., in historic downtown Hemet. Tickets are only $15 for general admission, $10 for DVAC members, and $5 pre-sale online for students since this concert is generously sponsored by DVAC members Brad and Ellen Hyman.

Tralain is a singer/songwriter who has performed all over the IE. From big seven-piece corporate bands to solo acts with her guitar and vocals, she has been rocking the SoCal circuit for over 10 years. Soulful, Intense and Imaginative are only a few ways to describe Tralain’s undeniable talent and presence. Her ability to engage an audience and take them on an emotional journey is unrivaled.

Also an experienced studio singer, Tralain has worked with various well known acts and producers such as Carl Stevenson from Forest for The Trees and James Valentine. Check out Myspace “Tralain” with recordings of her latest album with duo group “Dose”. Also keep up with the latest shows and new releases on Facebook “Tralain Roslyn”.

Tickets may be purchased online at, at DVAC Wednesday through Saturday 11 am to 5 pm or at the door. DVAC members receive the online discount by using coupon code. Beverages and refreshment will be available for purchase. As always DVAC guests have free access to the current gallery exhibition. Doors open at 6:30 pm with the performance starting 7:00 pm.

MUSIC AT THE CENTER is a fundraiser for the DVAC and its programs. Please email [email protected] for sponsorship opportunities.

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