Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada on January 18, 1996 · Page 43
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Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada · Page 43

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'Sheep Dip' roasts area politicians, personalities S! "SHEEP DIP" CONCERT INFO When: Jan. 19-20. Dinner seating at 6 p.m.; cocktail seating at 7 p.m.; curtain at 8 p.m. Where: Flamingo Hilton Tickets: $40 for dinner; $25 for just cocktails Details: 785-7080 I heep Dip," iReno and Sparks' annual roast of the town, kicks into full gear this weekend at the Flamingo Hilton. The 32nd annual roast is jam-packed with songs, skits, jokes and spoofs. It pokes fun at local events and news developments from the previous year. Show organizers from the Reno advertising club promise this year's show will take good-hearted jabs at the city council. During a "Baaaaman" skit, a spoof of the Batman movies, the entire city council is kidnapped. Sadly, they are rescued by Captain Sheep Dip. Writing starts in August, and rehearsals begin in December. The show is a production of the Reno Ad Club, which donates proceeds to advertising students at the University of Nevada, Reno. A full orchestra plays during the event. Each show takes at least 200 people to organize and perform, and about 100 of them get on stage. Most shows have four skits, but this show has three skits because "Baaaaman" is longer than most spoofs. The show will include a video spoof on retiring Rep. Barbara Vucanovich, R-Nev. She has appeared in most Sheep Dips since 1980 live or on video. This year's performance will include the three most popular videos from past decades. Details: 785-7080. Wayne Melton Reno Gazette-Journal Vince Neil plays Del Mar birthday bash Vince Neil Former Motley Crue lead singer Vince Neil will play one night at the "Happy 21st Birthday, Del Mar Station" party on Jan 20. The doors will open at 8 p.m., and the opening act will be Impact. After being fired by the Crue in 1992, Neil has gone on to record two solo albums, the platinum "Exposed" and "Carved in Stone." The former kept Neil in the hard-driving Motley Crue tradition, while "Carved in Stone" is rock 'n' roll with a rhythm and groove orientation and features a cover of Chicago's "25 or 6 to 4." Tickets to see Neil are $17 in advance, $20 the day of the show and are available at Del Mar, 701 S. Virginia St. Details: 322-7200. 100 of Entry Fees Returned as Prizes Win Big Rewards! A Tournament Session Every Half Hour! 10 AM to 5 PM, Monday thru Friday Easy to Play! Easy to Win! BONUSI Grand Champion Slot Tournament Enter a Daily Slot tournament and be Eligible for the $25,000 Grand Champion Slot Tournament in December 1996. Based on 250 Daily Tournaments See payoul schedule (or details. lb enrrefh Mi Mrilffilmft mM am ( g firm! iftre? mSi oareiWU

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