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TRAVEL & ENTERTAINMENT: Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center Shakes Up Its Calendar

May 22, 2020
The COVID-19 crisis has created challenges throughout the arts world. With the extension of the Shelter-in-Place orders through May and anticipated restrictions for gatherings beyond that, the Bankhead Theater and Bothwell Arts Center will remain closed at least through the end of July and very likely beyond that. Changes to artist tours continue to impact its calendar.

Some tours, such as Lea Salonga and Paula Poundstone, now have moved to 2021. Life in the Fast Lane: Eagles Tribute has re-scheduled to September 20, 2020.

Other schedule changes are as follows: Classic Film Musical “Fiddler on the Roof” has been rescheduled for Sept. 23, while The Second City: Laughing for All the Wrong Reasons has been rescheduled for Feb. 21, 2021. Joan Osborn & The Weepies has been rescheduled for March 19, 2021; Ottmar Liebert has been rescheduled for August 24; and Benny Goodman at Carnegie Hall has been rescheduled for August 23.

Originally scheduled April productions have now been rescheduled for the fall, including Drum TAO, rescheduled for October 7; The Robert Cray Band, rescheduled for Nov. 11; Alonzo Bodden, rescheduled for Nov. 15, and Arlo Guthrie, rescheduled for Sept. 26.

For more information on Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center and its calendar please phone (925) 373-6100 or visit BoxOffice@lvpac.org.


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