October 1, 2019- Wenatchee, WA: The Numerica Performing Arts Center welcomes the surprisingly cold fall weather with JAKE SHIMABUKURO, returning to the Numerica PAC stage on October 11, IVAN & ALYOSHA, part of the 2019-2020 Black Box Concert series on October 19, ERTH’S PREHISTORIC AQUARIUM ADVENTURE, on October 25 and the October Monthly Movie on the Big Screen: HOCUS POCUS on October 30.
Jake Shimabukuro returns to the Numerica PAC stage on October 11 at 7:30. Currently on tour promoting his newest album The Greatest Day, Ukulele master, Jake Shimabukuro shares the stage with bassist Nolan Verner and guitarist Dave Preston, allowing him to solo more expressively than ever before. As soon as music fans got a listen to Shimabukuro’s virtuosic approach to the ukulele, they were hooked. His Albums have topped the Billboard World Music Charts, and as a live performer he’s become one of the hottest tickets around, headlining venues nationally and around the world as well as making frequent appearances on media outlets like The Today Show and Good Morning America. Jake also travels to schools around the world and spreads positive messages to young people, encouraging them to find their passion and live drug-free.
This show is sponsored by Beckstead Electric, Inc, Jeffers, Danielson, Sonn & Aylward, P.S., Mike & Sheila Salmon, Karen & Mike Wade Family, Avalon Music, Davis Furniture, Dave & Sandy Gellatly, The James Pauly Family, Chelan Douglas County Retired School Employees, Warm Springs Inn & Winery, with support from Mike & Tammy Kintner and Bob & Nita Paine.
Tickets are $34-$38 with discounts for seniors ($32-$36) and youth ($28-$32) and increased prices on showday!
Ivan & Alyosha
On October 19, the Numerica PAC stage will be transformed into a unique black box theatre experience with Ivan & Alyosha. This Black Box Concert features both the band and audience on the stage for a personal, engaging performance by one of Seattle’s hottest bands. Ivan & Alyosha has grown from their original duo to a 5 member band in time for their sophomore album It’s All Just Pretend, an uplifting exploration of the things that fuel their “luscious, enjoyable folk-pop” sound, steeped in the werities of family, faith and existential doubt.
This event is sponsored by Endsley& Company, Mercantile, Tumbleweed, Washington Trust Bank, Sweetwood BBQ, Dilly Deli, and Commercial Real Estate Services- Rory Turner.
Tickets for Ivan & Alyosha standing room general admission for $22. VIP Tables for four are $130.
Erth’s Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure
The creators of Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo Live want to take your family on an all-new adventure – this time to the bottom of the ocean. Erth’s Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure is an immersive experience that invites you to jump in and explore unknown ocean depths where prehistoric marine reptiles lived eons ago – and maybe live still today! Erth shows are at the forefront of family entertainment, using actors, technology, puppets, science, and imagination to create an amazing visual experience that connects young audiences to the real science of paleontology.
This event is sponsored by Van Doren Sales, Numerica Credit Union, and Davis Furniture. With support from Kelly & Mark Wavra and Michael Carlos.
Tickets for Erth’s Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure are $29-$33 with discounts for seniors ($27-$31) and youth ($11-$15) with increased prices on showday!
After moving to Salem, Massachusetts, teenager Max Dennison explores an abandoned house with his sister Dani and their new friend, Allison. After dismissing a story Allison tells as superstitious, Max accidentally frees a coven of evil witches who used to live in the house. Now, with the help of a magical cat, the kids must steal the witches’ book of spells to stop them from becoming immortal. This film is rated PG.
The October monthly movie media sponsor is Alpha Media and will be on the big screen October 30 at 6:30pm and tickets are only $3.
For tickets and information, call 509-663-ARTS, go to www.numericapac.org, or visit the Numerica PAC Box Office at the Stanley Civic Center, 123 N Wenatchee Avenue.
The Numerica Performing Arts Center at the Stanley Civic Center is a non-profit organization and naming partner with Numerica Credit Union.