Friday, October 3, 2014

Garibaldi adds color to California auto museum's event

If your gearhead obsession also includes a taste for art and eye-popping entertainment, you might want to make your way to the California Automobile Museum, at 2200 Front St., in Sacramento on Oct. 17, when philanthropist and spectacular artist David Garibaldi will be putting on his “Rhythm & Hue” show.

Garibaldi is the headliner for the museum’s annual fundraising dinner, which includes live and silent auctions, a three-course catered dinner and Garibaldi’s electric performance.

Individual tickets for the 5 to 9 p.m. event are $75.  Tables for 10 are $750, and tables for eight go for $600.  Sponsorships are welcome.

Paul Robins, news anchor with FOX television affiliate Channel 40 in Sacramento, will be the evening’s master of ceremonies.

The museum is home to a highly valuable collection of hundreds of cars of all stripes, including classics, racing machines, exotics and environmentally friendly models.

To obtain tickets or more information, go to or call (916) 442-6802.

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