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Tag: Pantages Theater


Seattle Men’s and Women’s Choruses to perform free concerts in Tacoma and Olympia

The Seattle Men’s Chorus and Seattle Women’s Chorus are performing a series of free concerts in support of approving Referendum 74 which would keep same-sex marriage legal in Washington.

The series called “Voices United for Marriage” includes a show Friday night in Tacoma at the Pantages Theatre and on Sept. 29 in Olympia.

The program will include a 90-minute set of music, stories and speakers.

Some of the songs that will be performed include “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,” “Dancing Queen,” “Seal Lullaby,” “Come Live With Me and Be My Love,” and “Livin’ la Vida Loca.”

“We are

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Steve Smith, Canada’s ‘Red Green,’ coming to Pantages on July 18

You might better know Canadian comedian Steve Smith as his alter ego, “Red Green” – the handyman who has never met a problem that can’t be fixed with duct tape.

Reruns of his wacky comedy show air nightly on Tacoma’s KBTC public television.

He’s now on a North American stand-up comedy tour that’s coming to the Pantages Theater in downtown Tacoma on July 18.

I’ll be interviewing the raspy-voiced Red Green next week live from the Possum Lodge and I’m giving you the chance to present him with your household dilemmas, relationship advice or

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Sonics return to play Pantages Theater July 27

Tacoma’s garage rock heroes the Sonics are returning to their hometown July 27 for a concert at the Pantages Theater. The band agreed to kick off Tacoma’s annual LouieFest, a two-day arts festival that this year will be held at the new LeMay-America’s Car Museum.

The original Sonics are nothing less than an icon to the city that birthed them, and the punks of the Puget Sound return to Tacoma after regrouping in 2007 and touring venues in Europe and Asia.

Tickets are on sale at the Broadway Center Box Office, ranging from $35 to $75. To purchase

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