Wildhorse Resort & Casino Events and Entertainment in January 2019



Night Ranger gained fame with a pure rock and roll formula that is still as genuine today.  Original band members Jack Blades, Kelly Keagy and Brad Gillis will perform the new and the tried-and-true at Wildhorse Resort & Casino January 26, 2019.  Guests will hear Rock in America, Sister Christian, Don’t Tell Me You Love Me, Growing Up in California, and more.

Show starts at 8pm in the Rivers Event Center, doors open at 7pm. A no-host bar will be available.  Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased online at wildhorseresort.com or in person at the Wildhorse Gift Shop. 



Returning to Plateau on January 18 are Gary Hemenway and Clairece Rosati to pair a flavorful meal with smooth sounds. The duo will perform from 5:30pm to 8:30pm.  Call now to reserve your table for this entertaining dinner performance. 541-966-1610

Plateau Wine Night is the first Wednesday of each month, 5:30pm to 7:30pm.  Enjoy a special four course meal with paired wines or choose a lighter wine tasting with simple and delectable food pairings.  Make reservations now for February as this event sells out well in advance every month.  Dining hours are 5pm to 9pm.  541-966-1610



January ushers in the new year with a $10,000 Bingo session.  Sunday, January 13, $10,000 in cash and free play will be up for grabs.  Doors open at noon, main session begins at 2:30.  Both paper and machine play will be available.


January 21 is a holiday and you have the entire day off.  So what can you do?  Head out to Wildhorse Resort & Casino for the $5000 MLK Day Winfalls!  Prizes will be awarded every half hour from noon to 8pm to slot players with their Club Wild card inserted in the machine.  Players can win up to $500 and there is no limit to the number of times a player can win.  Go to the Club Wild desk for details.


On Wednesdays in January, the Cineplex offers its $5 Classic Movie Matinee.  Price includes admission, popcorn and a beverage.  Classic movie fans can see an old favorite on the big screen at noon.

Classic Movie Matinee schedule

1/2        The Chase, Marlon Brando

1/9        Heart and Souls, Robert Downey Jr.

1/16      Emperor of the North, Lee Marvin

1/23      Jailhouse Rock, Elvis Presley

1/30      Camelot, Richard Harris

The Wildhorse Cineplex shows the top new movies every day between noon and midnight.  Go to http://www.wildhorseresort.com/cineplex to view the schedule and trailers for current films.

Sports Bar

Laugh Out Loud live comedy returns to Wildhorse on Thursday nights!  Bring your friends to laugh along to some of the most entertaining comics in the Pacific Northwest.  Shows start at 8pm; 21 and over.

The Wildhorse Sports Bar features free live music every Friday and Saturday for guests 21 and over.  Happy hour is from 4pm to 7pm, Sunday through Wednesday, offering both food and drink specials.

LOL Comedy! Lineup for January:

                           Opener                           Headliner

             1/3        Jason Ward                     Sean Peabody

             1/10      Vanessa Dawn                Travis Nelson

             1/17      Jeremiah Coughlan         Tyler Boeh

             1/24      Michael Glatzmair          Andrew Rivers

             1/31      Ken Hamlett                   Alex Elkin

Here’s the complete Sports Bar music lineup for January and the first weekend of February:

1/4-5                  Rumour 6                                     Variety

1/11-12              Decade X                                      Variety

1/18-19              Darci Carlson                                Country

1/25-26              Cory Wilds                                    Rock

2/1-2                  24/7                                              Variety

Tamastslikt Cultural Institute

Seeds of Culture: The Portraits and Voices of Native American Women is the featured exhibit at Tamastslikt Cultural Institute.  The exhibit ends on January 5.  Matika Wilbur tells the story of Indian Country through her perceptive photography.  A collection of portraits provides remarkable insight into contemporary Native American women.

Take advantage of free admission when you visit Tamastslikt Cultural Institute on the first Friday of the month.  Kinship Café at the museum features native-inspired foods and weekly lunch specials; Indian tacos are always served on Free First Fridays.  The museum and store are open Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm, the café from 11am-2pm.  For more information about Tamastslikt, go to http://www.tamastslikt.org

About Wildhorse Resort & Casino:

Centrally situated between Boise, Spokane and Portland, Wildhorse Resort & Casino is a premier destination for family getaways, business meetings and large conventions. The Resort features a 24-hour casino, hotel, RV Park, seven restaurants, a five-screen Cineplex, 18-hole championship golf course, travel plaza (for trucks and autos) and a tribal museum. Expanded in 2011, there is no destination experience like it in the Pacific Northwest. Wildhorse offers over 1200 slots, all your favorite table games, live keno, bingo and live entertainment Thursday-Saturday.  Wildhorse is located just off I-84 at exit 216, four miles east of Pendleton, OR. Wildhorse is owned and operated by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation.

For information, contact Mary Liberty-Traughber, Public Relations Manager, at 541-966-1628 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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