TEMECULA, Calif. – (July 25, 2014) – Being in the right place at the right time can pay off for players at Pechanga Resort & Casino on Tuesdays and Saturdays in August. Those playing poker and slots have a chance to win up to $250 just for sitting in a lucky seat. Read More
TEMECULA, Calif. – (July 25, 2014) – Pechanga Bingo invites you to bring out your inner nerd while giving you the chance to win money at the same time. Saturday, August 30, make plans to for the Revenge of the Nerds Cosmik Bingo at Pechanga Resort & Casino. Find those old coke-bottle glasses and pocket protectors and wear them to Pechanga Bingo to win additional prizes for dressing in theme. Doors open at 10:00p.m. and bingo play kicks off at 11:30p.m. Buy-ins start at only $15 for paper games and $25 and $45 for electronic hand held bingo. While at bingo in a bow tie and suspenders, or whatever combination of nerd wear you choose, players are encouraged to have fun with DJ dancing, playing games for more prizes, and more. For more information, visit Pechanga.com or call toll free (855) WE-BINGO. Read More
TEMECULA, Calif. – (July 15, 2014) – Last week’s July 4th holiday was a day of celebration for more than one reason for local Riverside resident and business owner Gino Mangini. In fact, it was a day of double celebration as he hit not one, but two big jackpots at Pechanga Resort & Casino. A frequent visitor of the casino, Mangini usually plays the $10 Quick Hit slot machines and has won numerous smaller jackpots in the past. Last Friday, Mangini hit the jackpot again, winning $5,000. Feeling lucky, he decided to take his winnings and move to a bigger and better machine. He was hoping his luck would hold steady and snag him the featured $25,000 payout. Playing the $25 Quick Hit, it wasn’t long before Mangini struck it rich, again, this time winning a High Limit jackpot of $250,000.
When asked about his double jackpot winnings, Mangini said, “It’s just luck, you know. Luck is all it is. I’ve won here plenty of times before, but nothing this big, so I must just be a lucky guy.” Mangini is the owner of Mangini and Sons, a general contracting business located in Riverside, Ca. With no immediate plans for his big winnings, he will most likely put them in the bank or invest in his business. Pechanga Resort and Casino makes winners out of players everyday. Anyone can see the latest jackpots at www.AlwaysMoreWinners.com. You could be next.
Comedian and actor Nick Swardson, known by many fans for his recurring role on the Comedy Central series Reno 911! and for appearing in numerous Adam Sandler movies, plus his own stand-up comedy specials, will be performing in Temecula on Saturday, Nov. 8. Nick Swardson brings his “Taste It” tour to the Pechanga Resort & Casino Theater on November 8 at 8:00p.m. Tickets are $45, $55, $60 and $65 and go on sale Friday, July 18 at 3:00p.m. Tickets may be purchased at the Pechanga Box Office, via telephone at (877) 711-2946 or online at www.Pechanga.com/Entertainment.
TEMECULA, Calif. – (June 27 2014) – Four bingo winners took home more than $82,000.00 in jackpots within three weeks after playing at Pechanga Resort & Casino. Pechanga Bingo has blown out big jackpots many times since opening on July 4, 2013, but four in 21 days is remarkable anywhere. The winners, all from Southern California, won progressive jackpots inside the comfortable and modern, 700-seat Pechanga Bingo facility.
The most recent big win, a bingo scored by Theodore Tyler of Murrieta, Calif., totaled $11,128. Tyler came into Pechanga Bingo for the matinee session on Monday, June 9 and played in a “Pick 8s in 18” and thrilled himself by getting a bingo. The jackpot prize for this uncommon bingo game carried a progressive amount of $11,128.00. “I’m not sure right now what I’ll do with my windfall, but I’m going to enjoy my summer some more,” he told Pechanga Bingo staff.
On May 31, Debra K. from San Marcos, Calif. sat down inside Pechanga Bingo for the evening session and played for five minutes. The shipping supervisor bought in for $65 and in a matter of minutes, called “Bingo!” and realized she had triggered the progressive jackpot for $28,917.00. “I kind of had this weird feeling when I came into the bingo facility, almost like my hands were itching. Some said that means you’re going to get money. I guess they were right.” She says she plans to save some of the winnings and will give some to charity.
TEMECULA, Calif. – (June 27, 2014) – Trying each variety of beer offered by the nearly 100 microbreweries that now dot the Southern California landscape may be a fun but difficult challenge for the super beer fan’s bucket list. Instead, suds enthusiasts can go to one place this summer and experience the offerings of more than 30 craft brewers, many of them made iSouthern California. The 6th Annual Pechanga Microbrew Festival froths up on Saturday, June 28 from 1:00p.m. to 5:00p.m. inside the Pechanga Grand Ballroom. Whether one’s beer taste includes a light blonde ale, a rich stout or anything in between, it will be satisfied at the Microbrew Fest. Read More
The Muay Thai fighters are set for Saturday, June 7′s International Showdown at Pechanga Resort & Casino. Check out these hard-hitting videos.
TEMECULA, Calif. – (April 21, 2014) – Customers at Pechanga Resort & Casino who find themselves with a dead car battery have recently been met by a vehicle that looks more like it should be at a hot rod auto show. For eight months, the five person auto mechanic shop at Pechanga Resort & Casino carefully spent any minute of downtime building a small-profile service truck completely from scrap. In the process, they saved four outdated resort passenger shuttles from hitting the scrapyard indefinitely. Read More
TEMECULA, Calif. – (April 16, 2014) – On a recent Saturday, the largest team of participants in the Temecula Valley Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s annual walk, the team from Pechanga Resort & Casino, put one foot in front of the other at a local minor league baseball stadium. They set out on their journey for the morning to remember a fellow team member who one month earlier passed away from type 1 diabetes, and to raise money for research to work toward eradicating the disease.
Due to an illness, Jana Kramer will be unable to perform on Friday, April 18 at the K-Frog Cares Concert. We hope she feels better soon and look forward to having her out to perform for us again in the near future. The show will go on with Katie Armiger and Natalie Stovall and The Drive starting at 7pm and we look forward to seeing everyone at what’s sure to be an amazing benefit for Loma Linda Children’s Hospital. Tickets are still available for just $15. For tickets, click here.