Big-name entertainers and bands will be performing in the area in the coming months.
Comic Paula Poundstone will be performing in Yakima in April. The comedian has made numerous appearances on Late Night with David Letterman, Sesame Street, To Tell The Truth and Comic Relief.
She won an EMMY Award for her field pieces on PBS's Life & Times and also is the author, along with her high school math teacher, Faye Ruopp, of three math textbooks for children published by Heinemann Press: The Sticky Problem of Parallelogram Pancakes, Venn Can We Be Friends? and You Can't Keep Slope Down.
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Poundstone will perform at 7:30 p.m. April 30 at The Seasons Performance Hall, 101 N. Naches Ave., Yakima. Doors open at: 6:30 p.m. Cost is $35 in advance, $38.50 day of show. Tickets will be available Jan. 21 from The Seasons Box Office. For more information, call 509-453-1888.
Grammy-winning country crooner Marty Stuart performs a concert Feb. 20 at Wildhorse Casino in Pendleton.
Tickets go on sale Jan. 20 and are $35 general seating or $50 for preferred seating. For tickets, call 800-654-9453.
Two of hard-rock's biggest bands, Disturbed and Korn, are coming to Yakima for a March concert.
The "Music As a Weapon" tour, now in its fifth iteration, will stop at the SunDome on St. Patrick's Day, March 17. In addition to Disturbed and Korn, the bill includes Sevendust and In This Moment.
Tickets, all general admission, are $39.75 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Jan. 14 through www.ticketswest.com, 800-325-7328 and the SunDome box office. The first 1,000 tickets sold will be discounted $5.