Enterprise is teaming up with OneRepublic to deliver an experience unlike any other.
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Enterprise and OneRepublic are putting on an epic, one-night-only show that is driven by “paying it forward.” A select number of charities that do immense good for their communities are being rewarded with first access to this special event. Those who do good will share their code with three people they think deserve to be celebrated – and so on, until all codes are redeemed. The concert will be amazing. But the journey there will be even better.
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PAPPY & HARRIET'S
53688 Pioneertown Rd., Pioneertown, CA 92268
Head out to the beautiful California desert for a great weekend of fun and exploration, including local art, nature’s beauty and some unique sights. Note: Pappy & Harriet’s venue is located 125 miles east of Los Angeles, CA. Here is a sample itinerary to help you plan your weekend trip!
Suggested Weekend Itinerary
Make your first stop the Noah Purifoy Desert Art Museum of Assemblage Art , a free outdoor museum made of recycled debris, created by artist Noah Purifoy (and now maintained by his foundation). Born in Snow Hill, Alabama in 1917, Noah Purifoy lived and worked most of his life in Los Angeles and Joshua Tree, California. His earliest body of sculpture was constructed out of charred debris from the 1965 Watts Rebellion. Open daily from sunup to sundown.
Make your way to Pioneertown, where OneRepublic will be performing for the Enterprise “Share the Code. Hit the Road” event. Pioneertown was founded in 1946 by a group of Hollywood investors, including actors Roy Rogers and Gene Autry. They created an Old West set that was actually a town worth visiting, with 1880s-style facades, frontier stables and jails. Explore the town before heading over to Pappy & Harriet’s Pioneertown Palace where you can grab dinner before watching the OneRepublic show. Event 5-8pm.
Head to the Great Outdoors and explore the real gem of the desert – Joshua Tree National Park. Nicknamed “J-Tree” by the locals, the park, which features rugged mountains, gold mining ruins and desert plains dotted with odd trees, lies at an ecological crossroads where the high Mojave Desert meets the low Colorado Desert. Joshua Tree’s beauty shines all day with vibrant sunsets dissolving into star-filled evenings.
Climb the Keys View to see the panoramic vistas or pay a visit to Keys Ranch where you can take a guided walking tour to get a peek at what it was like to live in the early 20th century. Close by is the 49 Palms Oasis, which features large California fan palms in one of the rare desert fan palm oases in North America. If you are into rock climbing, Joshua Tree offers challenges for all ability levels with more than 8,000 climbing routes.
Enjoys the stars at a free public star party at Sky’s The Limit Observatory and Nature Center just outside the main (North) entrance to Joshua Tree National Park. See the summer constellations which are still visible in the west. Free. 5:30-7:30pm.
Don’t hesitate to make an advance reservation for the Integratron, an unforgettable sound experience for those who seek deep relaxation and rejuvenation. During the sound bath you will rest comfortably in a multi-wave sound chamber unlike anything you have ever experienced. Reservations required.
Places to Stay
23 miles from the venue
33 miles from the venue
10 minutes from the venue
13 miles from the venue
Places to Eat
Open Thurs.-Sat. 7am-2am; Sun. 5pm-9:30pm; Mon. 5pm-9:30pm; Tues.-Wed. Closed.
Open Daily 7am-9pm.
Open Sun.-Thurs. 7am-12am; Fri.-Sat. - 7am-2am.
Open Daily 7am-7pm.
Open Sun.-Tues. 11am-9pm; Wed.-Sat. 11am-10pm.
Open Daily 7am-6pm.
People from across the country* will converge in Pioneertown for a concert celebrating deserving fans.*Confirmed codes represented in green
“Front man Ryan Tedder tells ABC Audio the promotions allowed them to confirm what they already suspected: Their fans are great people. "I've always known that, because I've obviously spent a lot of time hanging out with our fans, but now it's like, proof's in the pudding,…the nature of our fans, given a show like this and how you get tickets...it's awesome!”Read more...
“OneRepublic lead vocalist Ryan Tedder said the band was immediately drawn to the campaign’s concept because “it empowers our fans who have been so loyal to us for so many years.”Read more...
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