A full service country bar & restaurant with, daily specials, and live entertainment

Event Calendar

Upcoming Events at The Water Wheel

There is always something to do at the Water Wheel, and we take pride in providing high-quality live entertainment and more. Check out our event calendar for upcoming live shows, weekly events (like dance lessons), and special events / promotions.

Please note that published start times are subject to change and end times are not applicable. However most live entertainment will start at 9 PM on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. If you would like more details feel free to contact us.

Booking Inquiries

The Water Wheel is always looking for new talent to book, so if you’re interested in playing here – we’re interested in hearing from you.<

Contact Info

For more information contact Lindsay at 951.264.6861

Feb
7
Fri
Just Dave Band
Feb 7 @ 9:00 pm – Feb 8 @ 1:00 am

Just Dave Band (soon to be named “JD Bernal & the Dirt Road Scholars”) is a traveling country-rock-roots band from Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley. Led by Dave “JD” Bernal, the band’s loud, raw, and unrelenting show gives it the edge country needs, while showing loving respect to the outlaw greats that shaped it!

JD has played harmonica on the stages of American Idol and 30 Seconds to Fame. His harmonica is also currently featured on the new Discovery Channel series, “Sons of Guns”, as well as on plenty of regional and national albums.

Growing up in the Northern California small town of Grass Valley, Dave experienced country living, with a little hippie community attitude mixed in.

It’s probably what shaped his sound.

The music blends a high-energy rhythm attack with laid-back, warm vocals, and frenzied harmonica/guitar soloing to accompany. The combination of JD’s “bigger-than-his-body” voice, with a rock edged band, bring a new twist to the world of the classic country troubadour sound.

JD is happy to call California’s San Fernando Valley home, which serves as a backdrop for many of his original songs. Many are a tribute to the “Laurel Canyon sound” made famous by singers and songwriters of the 1960s.

After all it has accomplished (and soon, after a major name change in the works), the best days lay ahead for Just Dave Band and the Dirt Road Scholars. With casinos, festivals, opening and headlining slots in the works, this year promises to be bigger, and rowdier than ever!

Visit Their Facebook Page

jdbernal

Feb
8
Sat
Just Dave Band
Feb 8 @ 9:00 pm – Feb 9 @ 1:00 am

Just Dave Band (soon to be named “JD Bernal & the Dirt Road Scholars”) is a traveling country-rock-roots band from Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley. Led by Dave “JD” Bernal, the band’s loud, raw, and unrelenting show gives it the edge country needs, while showing loving respect to the outlaw greats that shaped it!

JD has played harmonica on the stages of American Idol and 30 Seconds to Fame. His harmonica is also currently featured on the new Discovery Channel series, “Sons of Guns”, as well as on plenty of regional and national albums.

Growing up in the Northern California small town of Grass Valley, Dave experienced country living, with a little hippie community attitude mixed in.

It’s probably what shaped his sound.

The music blends a high-energy rhythm attack with laid-back, warm vocals, and frenzied harmonica/guitar soloing to accompany. The combination of JD’s “bigger-than-his-body” voice, with a rock edged band, bring a new twist to the world of the classic country troubadour sound.

JD is happy to call California’s San Fernando Valley home, which serves as a backdrop for many of his original songs. Many are a tribute to the “Laurel Canyon sound” made famous by singers and songwriters of the 1960s.

After all it has accomplished (and soon, after a major name change in the works), the best days lay ahead for Just Dave Band and the Dirt Road Scholars. With casinos, festivals, opening and headlining slots in the works, this year promises to be bigger, and rowdier than ever!

Visit Their Facebook Page

jdbernal

Mar
13
Fri
Just Dave Band
Mar 13 @ 9:00 pm – Mar 14 @ 1:00 am

Just Dave Band (soon to be named “JD Bernal & the Dirt Road Scholars”) is a traveling country-rock-roots band from Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley. Led by Dave “JD” Bernal, the band’s loud, raw, and unrelenting show gives it the edge country needs, while showing loving respect to the outlaw greats that shaped it!

JD has played harmonica on the stages of American Idol and 30 Seconds to Fame. His harmonica is also currently featured on the new Discovery Channel series, “Sons of Guns”, as well as on plenty of regional and national albums.

Growing up in the Northern California small town of Grass Valley, Dave experienced country living, with a little hippie community attitude mixed in.

It’s probably what shaped his sound.

The music blends a high-energy rhythm attack with laid-back, warm vocals, and frenzied harmonica/guitar soloing to accompany. The combination of JD’s “bigger-than-his-body” voice, with a rock edged band, bring a new twist to the world of the classic country troubadour sound.

JD is happy to call California’s San Fernando Valley home, which serves as a backdrop for many of his original songs. Many are a tribute to the “Laurel Canyon sound” made famous by singers and songwriters of the 1960s.

After all it has accomplished (and soon, after a major name change in the works), the best days lay ahead for Just Dave Band and the Dirt Road Scholars. With casinos, festivals, opening and headlining slots in the works, this year promises to be bigger, and rowdier than ever!

Visit Their Facebook Page

jdbernal

Mar
14
Sat
Just Dave Band
Mar 14 @ 9:00 pm – Mar 15 @ 1:00 am

Just Dave Band (soon to be named “JD Bernal & the Dirt Road Scholars”) is a traveling country-rock-roots band from Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley. Led by Dave “JD” Bernal, the band’s loud, raw, and unrelenting show gives it the edge country needs, while showing loving respect to the outlaw greats that shaped it!

JD has played harmonica on the stages of American Idol and 30 Seconds to Fame. His harmonica is also currently featured on the new Discovery Channel series, “Sons of Guns”, as well as on plenty of regional and national albums.

Growing up in the Northern California small town of Grass Valley, Dave experienced country living, with a little hippie community attitude mixed in.

It’s probably what shaped his sound.

The music blends a high-energy rhythm attack with laid-back, warm vocals, and frenzied harmonica/guitar soloing to accompany. The combination of JD’s “bigger-than-his-body” voice, with a rock edged band, bring a new twist to the world of the classic country troubadour sound.

JD is happy to call California’s San Fernando Valley home, which serves as a backdrop for many of his original songs. Many are a tribute to the “Laurel Canyon sound” made famous by singers and songwriters of the 1960s.

After all it has accomplished (and soon, after a major name change in the works), the best days lay ahead for Just Dave Band and the Dirt Road Scholars. With casinos, festivals, opening and headlining slots in the works, this year promises to be bigger, and rowdier than ever!

Visit Their Facebook Page

jdbernal

May
1
Fri
Just Dave Band
May 1 @ 9:00 pm – May 2 @ 1:00 am

Just Dave Band (soon to be named “JD Bernal & the Dirt Road Scholars”) is a traveling country-rock-roots band from Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley. Led by Dave “JD” Bernal, the band’s loud, raw, and unrelenting show gives it the edge country needs, while showing loving respect to the outlaw greats that shaped it!

JD has played harmonica on the stages of American Idol and 30 Seconds to Fame. His harmonica is also currently featured on the new Discovery Channel series, “Sons of Guns”, as well as on plenty of regional and national albums.

Growing up in the Northern California small town of Grass Valley, Dave experienced country living, with a little hippie community attitude mixed in.

It’s probably what shaped his sound.

The music blends a high-energy rhythm attack with laid-back, warm vocals, and frenzied harmonica/guitar soloing to accompany. The combination of JD’s “bigger-than-his-body” voice, with a rock edged band, bring a new twist to the world of the classic country troubadour sound.

JD is happy to call California’s San Fernando Valley home, which serves as a backdrop for many of his original songs. Many are a tribute to the “Laurel Canyon sound” made famous by singers and songwriters of the 1960s.

After all it has accomplished (and soon, after a major name change in the works), the best days lay ahead for Just Dave Band and the Dirt Road Scholars. With casinos, festivals, opening and headlining slots in the works, this year promises to be bigger, and rowdier than ever!

Visit Their Facebook Page

jdbernal

May
2
Sat
Just Dave Band
May 2 @ 9:00 pm – May 3 @ 1:00 am

Just Dave Band (soon to be named “JD Bernal & the Dirt Road Scholars”) is a traveling country-rock-roots band from Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley. Led by Dave “JD” Bernal, the band’s loud, raw, and unrelenting show gives it the edge country needs, while showing loving respect to the outlaw greats that shaped it!

JD has played harmonica on the stages of American Idol and 30 Seconds to Fame. His harmonica is also currently featured on the new Discovery Channel series, “Sons of Guns”, as well as on plenty of regional and national albums.

Growing up in the Northern California small town of Grass Valley, Dave experienced country living, with a little hippie community attitude mixed in.

It’s probably what shaped his sound.

The music blends a high-energy rhythm attack with laid-back, warm vocals, and frenzied harmonica/guitar soloing to accompany. The combination of JD’s “bigger-than-his-body” voice, with a rock edged band, bring a new twist to the world of the classic country troubadour sound.

JD is happy to call California’s San Fernando Valley home, which serves as a backdrop for many of his original songs. Many are a tribute to the “Laurel Canyon sound” made famous by singers and songwriters of the 1960s.

After all it has accomplished (and soon, after a major name change in the works), the best days lay ahead for Just Dave Band and the Dirt Road Scholars. With casinos, festivals, opening and headlining slots in the works, this year promises to be bigger, and rowdier than ever!

Visit Their Facebook Page

jdbernal

Jun
12
Fri
Just Dave Band
Jun 12 @ 9:00 pm – Jun 13 @ 1:00 am

Just Dave Band (soon to be named “JD Bernal & the Dirt Road Scholars”) is a traveling country-rock-roots band from Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley. Led by Dave “JD” Bernal, the band’s loud, raw, and unrelenting show gives it the edge country needs, while showing loving respect to the outlaw greats that shaped it!

JD has played harmonica on the stages of American Idol and 30 Seconds to Fame. His harmonica is also currently featured on the new Discovery Channel series, “Sons of Guns”, as well as on plenty of regional and national albums.

Growing up in the Northern California small town of Grass Valley, Dave experienced country living, with a little hippie community attitude mixed in.

It’s probably what shaped his sound.

The music blends a high-energy rhythm attack with laid-back, warm vocals, and frenzied harmonica/guitar soloing to accompany. The combination of JD’s “bigger-than-his-body” voice, with a rock edged band, bring a new twist to the world of the classic country troubadour sound.

JD is happy to call California’s San Fernando Valley home, which serves as a backdrop for many of his original songs. Many are a tribute to the “Laurel Canyon sound” made famous by singers and songwriters of the 1960s.

After all it has accomplished (and soon, after a major name change in the works), the best days lay ahead for Just Dave Band and the Dirt Road Scholars. With casinos, festivals, opening and headlining slots in the works, this year promises to be bigger, and rowdier than ever!

Visit Their Facebook Page

jdbernal

Jun
13
Sat
Just Dave Band
Jun 13 @ 9:00 pm – Jun 14 @ 1:00 am

Just Dave Band (soon to be named “JD Bernal & the Dirt Road Scholars”) is a traveling country-rock-roots band from Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley. Led by Dave “JD” Bernal, the band’s loud, raw, and unrelenting show gives it the edge country needs, while showing loving respect to the outlaw greats that shaped it!

JD has played harmonica on the stages of American Idol and 30 Seconds to Fame. His harmonica is also currently featured on the new Discovery Channel series, “Sons of Guns”, as well as on plenty of regional and national albums.

Growing up in the Northern California small town of Grass Valley, Dave experienced country living, with a little hippie community attitude mixed in.

It’s probably what shaped his sound.

The music blends a high-energy rhythm attack with laid-back, warm vocals, and frenzied harmonica/guitar soloing to accompany. The combination of JD’s “bigger-than-his-body” voice, with a rock edged band, bring a new twist to the world of the classic country troubadour sound.

JD is happy to call California’s San Fernando Valley home, which serves as a backdrop for many of his original songs. Many are a tribute to the “Laurel Canyon sound” made famous by singers and songwriters of the 1960s.

After all it has accomplished (and soon, after a major name change in the works), the best days lay ahead for Just Dave Band and the Dirt Road Scholars. With casinos, festivals, opening and headlining slots in the works, this year promises to be bigger, and rowdier than ever!

Visit Their Facebook Page

jdbernal

Hours of Operation

Monday: 5PM ~ 2AM
Tuesday: 5PM ~ 2AM
Wednesday: 5PM ~ 2AM
Thursday: 5PM ~ 2AM
Friday: 5PM ~ 2AM
Saturday: 2PM ~ 2AM
Sunday: 2PM ~ 2AM
Hours Subject To Change

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