A formal dinner & professional ice show benefiting the Arena Youth Enrichment Fund.
Numerica Blankets will be provided as guests will be seated on decked ice.
With special guests:
Medalists Mirai Nagasu and Ross Miner
Wenatchee Figure Skating Club
Liam Kapeikis, 2018 U.S. Figure Skating Bronze National medalist, intermediate men
Melanie Garza, Miss East Cascades 2018
Fabulous Feet Dance Studio
2018 Olympic Bronze Medalist, US World Team Member and Dancing With The Stars celebrity, and first female to land a triple axel at the Olympics
2018 US National Silver Medalist
Master of Ceremonies
Miss East Cascades 2018
Miller has been dancing at Fabulous Feet Dance Studio almost her whole life. She has been studying and performing aerial silks since 2013 and lyra (hoop) since 2018.
McKayla Corulli has been dancing at Fabulous Feet Dance Studio since the age of two. She has been studying and performing aerial silks since 2014 and lyra (hoop) since 2018.
Star Skaters sponsored by:
Wenatchee Figure Skating Club sponsored by:
THE PJ MASKS ARE BACK
WITH ALL-NEW TOUR
– ‘PJ MASKS LIVE! SAVE THE DAY’ –
TRAVELING COAST TO COAST ACROSS NORTH AMERICA IN 2019
PJ Masks Live also Announce the Release of the Original Cast Recording Soundtrack, Available Immediately for Purchase and Streaming Everywhere.
WENATCHEE, WA, FEBRUARY 14, 2019 – ‘PJ Masks Live!,’ the hit live musical production from Entertainment One (eOne) and Round Room, is back with an all-new show, “PJ Masks Live: Save The Day!” Based on eOne’s top-rated animated series, airing daily on Disney Junior, the new show features preschoolers’ favorite pre-school superheroes and familiar songs from the popular show along with brand new music and a whole new adventure. Catboy, Owlette, Gekko will delight fans of all ages with live performances featuring world-class production, toe-tapping tunes and a whole lot of super fun as they go into the night to save the day from the Villains along with PJ Robot who is new to the show for 2019! Exclusive pre-sales begin Wednesday, October 17-18, at 10 am local time, with the general public on-sale starting Friday, October 19, at 10 am local time. For a complete list of on-sale cities and upcoming shows, visit pjmaskslive.com.
In addition to the new tour, the Original Cast Recording for ‘PJ Masks Live!’ is now available for purchase and streaming everywhere. The album features many well-loved songs from the series recorded by the cast of the first ‘PJ Masks Live!’ tour. http://smarturl.it/timetobeaherolive.
Now in its second season, the hit PJ Masks series follows the thrilling nighttime adventures of three young friends who transform into their dynamic alter egos, Catboy, Owlette and Gekko, when they put on their pajamas at night and activate their animal amulets. Together, they embark on action-packed capers, solving mysteries and learning valuable lessons along the way.
“Seeing their favorite characters from the PJ Masks series come to dynamic life on stage has been a truly super experience for young fans and their families throughout the U.S. and Canada,” said Stephen Shaw, President of Round Room. “We look forward to presenting this new action-packed musical adventure to even more fans next year.”
See below for initial tour dates and locations.Many more cities will be announced and on-sale soon! For more information and to purchase tickets,please visit www.pjmaskslive.com.
The Illusionists - Live From Broadway
Blockbuster Theatrical Show Dazzles Sold-Out Audiences Worldwide
Wenatchee, November 13, 2018 - On the heels of a highly successful multi-city tour and run on Broadway, the world’s best-selling touring magic show, THE ILLUSIONISTS - LIVE FROM BROADWAY™ (www.theillusionistslive.com), will play at the Town Toyota Center in Wenatchee on April 4 as part of its North American tour in 2019. Tickets for THE ILLUSIONISTS will go on sale on Thursday, November 15 at 10:00 a.m. and are available at www.TownToyotaCenter.com.
THE ILLUSIONISTS - LIVE FROM BROADWAY™ is produced by Simon Painter, Tim Lawson and MagicSpace Entertainment. Conceived by Simon Painter, the show’s creative team also includes executive producer Tim Lawson and director Neil Dorward.
Full of hilarious magic tricks, death-defying stunts and acts of breathtaking wonder, THE ILLUSIONISTS has shattered box office records worldwide and thrilled audiences of all ages with a mind-blowing spectacular showcasing the jaw-dropping talents of six of the most incredible illusionists on earth.
Creative Producer Simon Painter said, “We can’t wait to bring this electrifying show to Wenatchee for a truly entertaining experience for the whole family. THE ILLUSIONISTS is the most non-stop and powerful mix of outrageous and astonishing acts ever to be seen on the live stage.”
Friday & Saturday, May 10 & 11. Two Nights of Rodeo Action! Doors open at 6:00pm and Rodeo starts at 7:30pm
Tickets: $20 General Admission, $25 Reserved Seating. $5 Tickets for Children 12 and under
For groups of 10 or more, discounted tickets are available to purchase:
Call Katie Atkinson at 509-888-7363 or Lachlan Ross at 509-888-7362
Bullriding- 8 seconds and 2,000 lbs of terror! As dangerous as it is exciting, bull riders require balance, flexibility, quick reflexes and mostly an incredible mental attitude to step onto the back of a bull. Only holding on with one hand onto a rope which wraps around the bull is only half the battle. After the inevitable 'dismount', bullfighters stationed in the arena protect the rider. The cowboy wears a flak jacket and helmet (not required) Score is 50 points for the bull and 50 points for the rider.
Saddlebronc Riding- The classic event of rodeo. Born of cowboys taming wild horses. The cowboy only holds onto a thick rein (rope) attached to the horse's halter. Every move must be synchronized with the movement of the horse for eight seconds. An outrider follows the action and helps the successful rider transfer to the pick up horse at full gallup. Score is judged 50 points for the horse and 50 points for the rider.
Bareback Riding - Compared to riding a jackhammer with one hand. This event requires the strongest cowboys in rodeo. The riders hold onto a 'suitcase handle' on a strap on the horse's shoulder with one hand. The cowboy leans back and kicks his knees up to retain balance with the goal being eight seconds of pulling against gravity. The Popeye forearms of rodeo! This event endures the most injuries in rodeo. Score is judged 50 points for the horse and 50 points for the cowboy.
Barrel Racing - One for the ladies of rodeo. Nothing is as mesmerizing as a horse at full gallop. The rider runs a cloverleaf pattern consisting of turns around three barrels (a knocked over barrel is a five second penalty) and then a furious sprint to the finish! Fastest time wins.
Bull Poker - A measure of dollars and sensibility. Has to be seen to be believed. Four 'poker' players are seated in the center of the arena around a card table. Then a 'joker' is dealt-only this joker is a fighting bull. The last player to remain seated wins the dollars-the sensibility is still in question. Players wear flak jackets and helmets.
Giga Watt Mutton Bustin' is a FREE Event! 15 kids per night on a first come, first serve basis. Doors open at 6pm both nights, so if you'd like to sign your little one up for Mutton Bustin', be sure to come a little early. There is a 50lb weight limit for Mutton Buster's, and all Children will receive a trophy for participating. Winner gets a BIG trophy!
McDonald's Pony Rides! $3 Per Child, or 2 Children for $5
Mechanical Bull! Children and Adults of all ages can test out their own Bull-Riding skills on the Mechanical Bull! Children 12 and under are $3 to ride, or 2 Children for $5. Adults are $5.
Rancho Los Lagos Mexican Dancing Horses! Presented by: Radillo Law Firm
Performance by: Mariachi Azteca!
FFA SCHOLARSHIP - $1,500
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“WEIRD AL” YANKOVIC ANNOUNCES THE STRINGS ATTACHED TOUR
-Coming to the Town Toyota Center on Tuesday, August 13th, 2019-
“Weird Al” Yankovic is the biggest-selling comedy recording artist in history, earning four Grammys and fifteen career nominations. The legendary musical satirist follows his sold-out 2018 tour of intimate venues - where he played deep cuts for his hardcore fans - with his biggest show ever. Weird Al is back to playing the hits and classics with his Strings Attached tour, a high-energy rock and comedy production featuring his original band, costumes, props, a video wall and - for the first time - background singers and a full symphony orchestra.
“Weird Al” Yankovic is best known for sending up the biggest hits in the world with his own hit parodies, including “Eat It,” “Like A Surgeon,” “Smells Like Nirvana,” “Amish Paradise,” “White & Nerdy,” and “Word Crimes.” Yankovic’s last album, 2014’s Mandatory Fun, made history as the first comedy album ever to debut at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 chart.
THE TOWN TOYOTA CENTER ANNOUNCES COMEDIAN BRIAN REGAN
-THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 2019-
Regan Will Reprise His Role Of “Mugsy” In The Second Season Of Peter Farrelly’s TV Series, Loudermilk, Premiering October 16 On The Audience Network
Regan’s First Netflix Special, Brian Regan: Nunchucks and Flamethrowers, Is Streaming Now
Considered by critics, fans and fellow comedians as one of the best stand-ups in the country, comedian Brian Regan announces spring 2019 tour dates for his non-stop theater tour including his debut performance at the National Cultural Center, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington DC and the first official tour stop in Wenatchee, Washington. Here’s what comedian legends say about Brian Regan:
“He is one of my favorite, favorite stand-up comedians.” - Jerry Seinfeld
“No comedian in the world says, 'Yeah, I want to follow Brian Regan.'" – Chris Rock
“Brian Regan is one of my favorite comedians ever. He is unbelievably funny.” – Jimmy Fallon
“Brian Regan is one of my favorite comics of all time; he’s just the best…an absolute master.” – Bill Burr
Premiering October 16, 2018, Regan will reprise his role of “Mugsy” in the second season of Peter Farrelly’s TV series, Loudermilk, on The Audience Network. Farrelly personally cast Regan in the series, which premiered on October 17, 2017 to rave reviews with Regan earning accolades for his portrayal of a recovering addict who is estranged from his family.
On November 21, 2017, Regan premiered his first Netflix special, Brian Regan: Nunchucks and Flamethrowers, the first of a two-special deal with Netflix. Regan’s previous stand-up special, Brian Regan: Live from Radio City Music Hall (2015), was the first-ever live broadcast of a stand-up special in Comedy Central’s history. The special was critically acclaimed with Vanity Fair calling Regan, “The funniest stand-up alive.”
Regan made his Carnegie Hall debut on November 11, 2017 following years of performances in New York City’s finest theaters including Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall, The Beacon Theater and Radio City Music Hall. Regan’s tour has included regular visits to Denver’s legendary 8600-seat Red Rocks Amphitheater and the 12,500-seat Energy Solutions Arena in Salt Lake City.
A regular on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Regan is the rare stand up guest who the show invites on for two segments: a performance segment followed by a segment on the couch to chat with Jimmy. Regan was a guest on two episodes of Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, made a scene-stealing cameo in Chris Rock’s film, Top Five, and made 28 stand-up appearances on The Late Show With David Letterman.
Regan’s comedy releases include: Brian Regan: Nunchucks and Flamethrowers (2017) on Netflix; Brian Regan: Live From Radio City Music Hall (2015) airing on Comedy Central and is available on CD & DVD and as a video or audio download; All By Myself (2010) is available on CD and download only through his website; his two previous hour-long Comedy Central specials, The Epitome of Hyperbole (2008), and Brian Regan Standing Up (2007) are available on DVD or as a video or audio download; I Walked on the Moon (2004) is available on DVD or as an audio or video download only through his website and Brian Regan Live (1997) is available on CD.
For more visit www.BrianRegan.com
Twitter - @BrianReganComic
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/BrianReganComedian
Brian Regan tickets start at only $35.00. Public on sale is Friday, September 28 at 10:00 a.m. Tickets can be purchased in one of three ways:
Phone: 509.667.7847 or Groups: Katie Atkinson, 509.888.7363
In person: Box office, 1300 Walla Walla Street
Sponsored by Gesa Credit Union
Friday, January 4th
2:00 Wenatchee vs Eastmont (Girls JV)
3:45 Wenatchee vs Eastmont (Boys JV)
5:00 Unified Game
6:00 Wenatchee vs Eastmont (Girls Varsity)
7:30 WHS Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
8:00 Wenatchee vs Eastmont (Boys Varsity)
All Tickets are General Admission:
$5 -- Adults
$3 -- Students w/ASB and Seniors 65+
Tickets available at https://tickets.towntoyotacenter.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=171
Single ticket is good fo all 4 games.
To reserve a VIP Suite, contact Katie Atkinson at (509) 888-7363
Friday, Nov. 30
7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
LEANN RIMES CHRISTMAS AT THE TOWN TOYOTA CENTER
-Friday, November 30, 2018-
Wenatchee, WA – LeAnn Rimes will grace the Town Toyota Center on Friday, November 30th performing her holiday classics and hits. LeAnn Rimes is an internationally multi-platinum selling acclaimed singer and ASCAP award-winning songwriter. Rimes released her 16th studio RCA UK/Thirty Tigers album, Remnants in 2017. The album debuted at # 4 on Billboard’s Independent Album Chart and peaked at #3 on iTunes ® overall charts in its first week and garnered two #1 Billboard Dance hits with “Long Live Love”, “LovE is LovE is LovE” and one Top 5 hit with “Love Line”. She recently revealed a new EP titled Re-Imagined that features five new versions of some of her record-breaking hits including an epic duet with the music icon Stevie Nicks. Additionally, this winter, Rimes will light up the television screens this holiday season, starring in a new original Hallmark Christmas movie, “It’s Christmas, Eve”.
Globally, she has sold more than 44 million units, won 2 Grammy® Awards; 12 Billboard Music Awards; 2 World Music Awards; 3 Academy of Country Music Awards; one Country Music Association Award and one Dove Award. At 14, Rimes won "Best New Artist” making her the youngest recipient of a Grammy® Award.
Last year, the powerhouse vocalist was honored with the Ally of Equality Award by the Human Rights Campaign for her 20 years of support of equal rights. This follows her 2009 honor when she was the recipient of the ACM Humanitarian Award. At 14, Rimes won "Best New Artist” making her the youngest recipient of a Grammy® Award. Out of the 42 singles she has released throughout her expansive career, LeAnn’s song "How Do I Live," continues to rank #4 on Billboard’s “Greatest of All Time: Hot 100 Songs,” and it holds the record for being the second longest charting song ever on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. 15 of her multi-genre singles are top-10 hits, including "Can't Fight the Moonlight" which went #1 in 11 countries.
LeAnn Rimes “You and Me and Christmas” tickets start at only $48.00. Public on sale is Friday, July 27 at 10:00 a.m. Tickets can be purchased in one of three ways:
Phone: 509.667.7847 or Groups: Katie Atkinson, 509.888.7363
n person: Box office, 1300 Walla Walla Street
WITH SPECIAL GUEST: BARRY ZITO
Barry Zito knows a thing or two about life and its curveballs. He also knows just about everything about throwing the perfect curveball in baseball. A master on the mound in the major leagues for years, Zito had a virtually unstoppable curve that often proved unbeatable and earned him the coveted Cy Young Award right out of the gate at age twenty-four. A studied and disciplined scholar at whatever art he’s attempting to master, the world class athlete is now throwing that heat in a new direction – his music. And with the release of his debut EP, NO SECRETS, he’s ready to reveal an entirely new side of himself to the world – one that might surprise people who know him only for his pitching prowess and roller coaster career.
Zito has actually been playing guitar since his early 20’s, while on the road in the minor leagues, and he began dabbling in songwriting for fun a few years later. Born with a natural athletic ability, he’s also always possessed a love and talent for music that he comes by quite naturally. Zito grew up in a household surrounded by music. His father Joe worked as a conductor/arranger for Nat King Cole and eventually an artist manager, and his mother Roberta had been one of Cole’s backup singers in the Merry Young Souls. Barry recalls having a fascination with music pretty early on.
After retiring from his baseball career in 2015, Zito immediately turned his full attention to that second love and began crafting the songs that would fill his first album. You could almost say it was fate or kismet that brought the World Series winner full circle to a Triple A team in Music City right before he retired, and for Zito, it was definitely a long, winding journey full of interesting twists and turns that landed him there and ultimately inspired the songs on NO SECRETS.
“Before baseball became a constant focus, Dad always had different instruments in the house, and I remember when I was five playing a valve trombone and trying to match the notes to the Michael Jackson song I was hearing, so I think I had an ear for it. I was raised in more of the Jazz and R&B worlds since my dad was a Jazz conductor and arranger. He was actually self- taught -- he didn’t go to school past the eighth grade and was from the Bronx. My mom was a classically trained singer who at 19 was singing with Nat, and my dad was conducting for Nat when they met. I remember growing up listening to a lot of Gino Vanilli, I was raised on his record, and a record called Time and Tide, by an artist named Basia. These are the sounds my dad loved and that I listened to, but if I had to pick one I would say Stevie Wonder is my greatest influence.”
The family moved to San Diego when Zito was six so his mother could work with the metaphysical church his grandmother created, leaving his dad with plenty of time to devote to Barry’s pitching endeavors. It became apparent early on to Mr. Zito that his son had a gift that could take him far. “I was able to throw this uncanny curveball at seven or eight, and I was much taller than everyone else,” recalls Zito. ”And my dad knew in baseball they send scouts around the world to find talent. Dad always said, ‘if you master three pitches, they’ll come and find you.’ So from then on, I worked year round doing baseball.”
At twenty-one Zito became a first-round pick and landed a contract with the Oakland A’s, and within a year was pitching in the majors. By his third year, he boasted a sparkling 23-5 record and was given the Cy Young Award as the American League’s best pitcher. A few years later in 2006 he made history by signing the richest contract ever for a pitcher at the time, with the San Francisco Giants, and subsequently launched one of the most confounding and frustrating chapters in his life’s story. Rich beyond his wildest dreams, his confidence and performance wavered, and Zito began to realize he wasn’t like all the other players.
“As the years of my career progressed I realized I was raised by musicians -- creative, sensitive, beautiful people, and there’s not a lot of room in professional sports for sensitive vulnerable anything really. It was a real struggle for me to embrace my differences and be authentically who I was. It probably wasn’t until the last few years of my career that I was able to do that. That’s why I really love being a musician now, because it is who I feel I have always been at my core.”
Living in a mansion in the Hollywood Hills with money, looks, fame, and everything else one could want, Zito not only began to lose his golden arm for a bit as his performance plummeted at times, he began to lose himself as well. Fans were brutal when he repeatedly failed to deliver consistent greatness, and at the point when he should have been happiest, he was at his lowest. There were trials and tribulations to follow, both personal and professional, and through it all Barry was led to become a Christian, and his whole life changed.
Through all of the vast changes in his life, Barry’s move to Nashville, TN would prove to be one of the most influential. He not only discovered a renewed love for the game during his year with the Nashville Sounds, he also found time to focus on his songwriting. After talking about his musical aspirations in an interview with The Tennessean newspaper, an ASCAP rep contacted him and within months Barry began collaborating with some Nashville songwriters. He devoured songwriting books during his final summer in the locker room, and at the end of the season announced his retirement from baseball. Less than a year into his songwriting career, Barry threw all of his passion behind his music, heading into the studio and recording the collection of autobiographically-tinged tunes that would become his debut EP. For Zito, the project released years of pent-up emotions and feelings that had no place in baseball, but still had to be expressed.
“I’m going at my music probably with more ferocity than I even did with baseball, because I’ve been waiting for years to work on music full time. Every day is like a dream doing this... I’m happier than I’ve been consistently probably since 2002, my Cy Young year.”
Songs on the new project like “Secret To Life” peel back the curtain and give listeners a unique glimpse into Zito no one has ever seen before. The profoundly personal tune illustrates his firsthand experience with how money, fame and celebrity aren’t really the gateway to fulfillment. The EP’s songs definitely draw on universally relatable themes, as in “Wrong,” a tune that addresses the habit we all have of telling ourselves things that we know aren’t true, but that we can’t seem to be totally honest and come clean about.
“Undiscovered You,” inspired by Zito’s wife Amber, speaks to the way a woman possesses a special, hidden side she reveals only to her partner. “There’s always that part of a woman that she keeps hidden, that only one person gets to see. And what an honor it is as a spouse or boyfriend to get to see that,” says Zito. “My wife has her side like that, and she was a big inspiration for this song. I know this amazing, intimate side to her that nobody else gets to know and that’s really beautiful.”
The album narrates Zito’s journey through life as someone who has experienced life’s pinnacles and its pitfalls and come out the other side a better man. On tunes like “My Own Path” he opens up fully about demons he’s faced head on and conquered and the challenges in embracing your own path in the midst of adversity and despair. The anchor of this intimate collection may well be “Home” though, a song penned about his Christian faith that encapsulates the arduous journey he’s taken and how it ultimately led him right back to faith in God and himself. Penned during a particularly tough time in his baseball career, the song perfectly captures the angst and longing we all feel just trying to find our place in the world and how, in the end, we find we already possessed everything we were seeking deep inside ourselves.
“I wrote that song two months before I got saved,” recalls Zito, “and I was just in a nightmarish place in my life. It’s more of a story song, and it starts off with ‘I’ve been walking this road for so long, can’t see where I’m going, forgot where I’m from’. And then I make it very personal talking about how as a little boy my dad always told me to dream big and dream always -- that was a catchphrase of my father’s. It talks about how I worked hard and saw the money and fame and all those good things, but then the demons of pride were there waiting too. In the end the song describes how I realized I never really left home. That’s what I learned in the end - really nothing changed, I just started believing and having faith.”
For Zito, NO SECRETS is a profound statement from a writer who has stared down his own demons firsthand and come out the other side with plenty to share. He’s done with the secrets, the ‘No comments’, and the quiet contemplation. It’s time to let the music do the talking.
About the Concert Band and Chorus:
The Concert Band is the oldest and largest of the Field Band’s four performing components. This elite 65-member instrumental ensemble, founded in 1946, has performed in all 50 states and 25 foreign countries for audiences totaling more than 100 million. Tours have taken the band throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, South America, Europe, the Far East, and India.
The group appears in a wide variety of settings, from world-famous concert halls, such as the Berlin Philharmonie and Carnegie Hall, to state fairgrounds and high school gymnasiums. The Concert Band regularly travels and performs with the Soldiers’ Chorus, together presenting a powerful and diverse program of marches, overtures, popular music, patriotic selections, and instrumental and vocal solos. The organization has also performed joint concerts with many of the nation’s leading orchestras, including the Boston Pops, Cincinnati Pops, and Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
In addition to formal programs, the Concert Band has participated in numerous presidential inaugural parades and supported many diplomatic missions overseas. Regardless of the venue, the pageantry and professionalism of the band’s performance is sure to be entertaining and emotional for all audiences, instilling pride in our American heritage.
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Kids (2-12) Regular Ticket - $20 + $1.50 fee
Includes Dinosaur exhibit, Dino tour, Dino Theater, Science Stations, Dino crafts and Dino coloring station. Additional Attractions like Dinosaur rides, Fossil digs, Scooters, Inflatables and Bungee pull are an extra $5 each.
Kids (2-12) VIP Ticket - $34 + $1.50 fee
Includes ALL regular attractions PLUS UNLIMITED Dinosaurs rides, UNLIMITED Fossil digs, UNLIMITED Dino scooters, UNLIMITED Inflatables, UNLIMITED Bungee pull, Games & more.
Adults (13-64) Ticket - $20 + $2 fee
Includes Dinosaur exhibit, Dino tour, Dino theater, Science stations, Dino crafts and Dino coloring station.
Seniors (65 and older) Ticket - $18 + $2 fee
Includes Dinosaur exhibit, Dino tour, Dino theater, Science stations, Dino crafts and Dino coloring station.
Active Duty Police, Firefighters, Paramedics as well as Active and In-Active Military Personnel, their spouses and kids save $2 on each ticket. Must present appropriate ID at event. Children 2 and under receive FREE General Admission.
Green Screen photography and Face Painting are extra.
All tickets subject to sales tax.
Socks are REQUIRED on all Inflatable “Bounce Houses”
All sales are final. Once purchased, tickets cannot be transferred, exchanged, refunded or returned unless the event is canceled.