The California Music Hall of Fame - A Non-Profit Organization

California Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony:

When artists make a difference in the world through their years upon years of sharing their creative talents and musical wealth with the music scene and others, it is something that is not only somewhat rare but it is also something that is greatly celebrated. 


With artists being inducted into halls of fame both posthumously and while they're in attendance, these shows can be a veritable cornucopia of who's who and being able to actually witness this moment in time when these artists will be put in stone as ones who have made their mark on the world of music. 


Tickets to this induction will be $40 and people can sponsor or co-sponsor a veteran, a first responder, or a teenage burn survivor to attend as their guest. In early November we will announce the inductees. Proceeds will benefit "Rock The Wish Music Experience".


MORE ABOUT THE INDUCTION:

This is going to be a wild time that you won't want to miss out on, so you're going to want to check your schedules for Saturday, March 24, 2020, and make sure that you have the day free, or cancel on any plans you may have previously made. This is all happening at the Temecula Golden Bears Theater, so you had better start planning that trip to Temecula so that it coincides with this remarkable event! With the popularity that this event is bound to bring, chances are good that tickets will end up selling out fast!!

On Wednesday 12/4/2019 and Wednesday 12/11/2019, we will be holding our Winter Wonderland Celebration & Vendor Fair at Vail HQ located at 

32115 Temecula Parkway, Temecula 92592. 


 This will be an outdoor event starting at 4:00 PM till 7:00 PM. We are looking for vendors. The cost for vendors is $20.00 per space or $30.00 for both days, on a first come first serve basis. 


 The vendor fair is free to attendees. Proceeds will benefit our "Rock The Wish Music Experience". "Rock The Wish Music Experience" is a grant wishing music experience open to Southern California veterans and first responders', who have been injured in the line of duty, along with teenage burn survivors.