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Disney Princess - The Concert
Feb 6, 2022
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February 6, 2022
Join a quartet of Disney's strongest, best loved characters for this extra special production! Disney Princess: The Concert sees four incredible female performers join forces to share songs and stories from their time as a Disney Princess. There'll be some of Disney's incredible music, enchanting animation and a peek behind-the-scenes too.
February 8, 2022
Canadian jazz singer-songwriter and piano extraordinaire Diana Krall embarks on a 34-date American tour in support of her new record, This Dream Of You. The album marks the 16th studio release for the singer-songwriter, who has sold over six million albums since she released her first over three decades ago in the early 1990s.
February 11, 2022
Breakout comedian Nate Bargatze is commonly described as one to watch in the comic circuit. The Tennessee-born stand-up comic is no stranger to high profile shows like Comedy Central Presents and The Tonight Show. A chance to see a comedy star on the rise - before everyone else catches on! This year sees him hitting the road with his The Raincheck tour!
February 12, 2022
This Anglo-Indian Canadian stand-up comic is one of most successful touring, and has been nominated for numerous awards. Despite having eluding the stratospheric level of fame as his peers, Chris Rock and Jerry Seinfeld, his last world tour netted him $19m, putting him third on the list of the highest earners on the comedy circuit.
February 14, 2022
Having spent over 50 years in the music business, Labelle is more than just the singer behind the Sixties monster disco hit Lady Marmalade; the Godmother of Soul still can put her younger contempories in the shade. At 71 years old, LaBelle demonstrates an enviable work ethic and continues to tour regularly, rather than sitting back and relaxing in her twilight years. On screen she has enjoyed a new turn as an actress, appearing in shows such as Empire, Dancing with the Stars and American Horror Story: Freak Show.
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Formed in 1981, this performing arts center is operated by the University of Texas at Austin, and is spread across six venues that vary in size from small (at 200 seats) to the largest, Bass Concert Hall at 3,000 seats. As well as welcoming some of the biggest acts from across the country, the Center also fosters links with Latin America through music and culture, and often stages productions by Latin American stars that then go to travel across the States.
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