Seven area notables are set to become masters and mistresses of ceremonies during the performances of the Redlands Bowl's
The new addition to the festival's 91st season is looking to add a bit of flair and fun to the event, said
"We wanted to add to the program and make it a little bit more entertaining, fluid moving and professional to help move the (night) along more smoothly," she said.
A pool of hosts will rotate, and will comprise
"The folks that we have chosen are so known for being great on stage, so it was very easy to make a selection. The ones picked immediately came to our minds," said Noerr.
Masters of ceremonies will either host the show solo or partner up.
Gonzales and Burgess are known around town for their "bromance" and fun on stage and will buddy-up for one performance, Gonzales said.
"Obviously, I'm very excited to help spread the message of the Redlands Bowl," he continued. "It has been such an important community institution for some time now, and to be part of that tradition is quite an honor.
"To have the opportunity to have a good time with people who you enjoy and to do it for such a great cause is like a triple, triple whammy."
The 91st season of the Redlands Bowl opens
To learn more, visit redlandsbowl.org.
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