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The Quake 102.1 Entertainment Series
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Season Tickets (Starting September 12, 2006)

Individual Event Tickets (Starting October 3, 2006)
$30-$36 adult, $25-$31 Child 12 and under

The Harlem Gospel Choir
January 27, 2007 7:30 pm
Welcomed by: First Presbyterian Church of Wenatchee

The world famous Harlem Gospel Choir has performed with such famous artists as Lyle Lovett, Diana Ross, Harry Belafonte, Bono, The Chieftains, Brooks and Dunn and Ashford and Simpson. Their success also earned them a private audience with His Holiness Pope John Paul II in 2003. The Choir is a gathering of more than 40 of the finest singers and musicians from the various black churches in Harlem. They tour around the world with a compact format of 9 singers and 2 musicians, sharing their joy and faith with songs such as "This is the Day," "I Believe I Can Fly," "Amazing Grace," and many many more. Not to be missed!

The Flying Karamazov Brothers!
"LIFE - A Guide for the Perplexed"
February 21, 2007 7:30 pm
Welcomed by: Davis Arneil Law Firm, LLP
Supported by: Merrill Orthodontics

The Flying Karamazov Brothers (comedians, musicians, jugglers, and men about town) have concocted a Monty Pythonesque new evening of theatre and entertainment guaranteed to thrill, delight, and even bring a tear to the eye. It's called "Life - A Guide for the Perplexed:" A series of parables designed to help one survive the modern world. Of course these are parables as seen through the prism of Karamazovian eyes - so don't expect the unexpected, don't even expect the expected, just don't expect and we won't have to clean up after you. "LIFE - A Guide for the Perplexed," is a skill-filled romp through the stages of life. The Brothers have received a mysterious box from the Man in Black. When opened, it reveals an even more mysterious book called a "Guide for the Perplexed," a source of rules, perplexing moments, parables, and puzzle pieces to help the reader meet the challenges of his or her life. The reader happens to be Dmitri Karamazov, (Paul Magid, a writer and one of the FKB founders) who, it appears, is in the midst of a mid-life crisis. During the course of the show, the Guide helps Dmitri realize his place in the world and restore his faith in the cycle of life.

Photo By: Chad Boutin
The Eugene Ballet Company:
Swing Kings and Other Works
March 23, 2007 7:30 pm
Welcomed by: ALCOA
Supported by: First American Title Insurance Company

You're gonna flip your lid over the babies and gators cutting a rug at this gig, Daddy-O! Eugene Ballet Company dancers will groove, jitterbug and Lindy Hop along to the swinging beats of Big Band music. The Swing style makes a strong departure from the dancer's usual ballet mode. While classical ballet aficionados will also be treated to a program of true ballet in the first act, not a point shoe or ballet slipper is in sight once the swingin' starts. We'll keep the joint jumpin' and audiences grooving in their seats! All you hipsters out there, put on your dancin' shoes and zoot suits, and get ready to jump, jive and wail with the Eugene Ballet Company!

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