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Celebrate the Holidays with Pink Martini

20% of ticket sale proceeds benefit Artown


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Celebrate the Holidays with Pink MartiniEveryone’s favorite “little orchestra” Pink Martini brings some much-needed holiday cheer to your living room this December with a pair of brand new streaming concert events.

We’re sending our holiday spirit right down your virtual chimney and into your TV, computer or phone, as we try to make the end of the year just a little bit brighter, and help turn that calendar page to 2021. Celebrate the season with “Home for the Holidays: A Pink Martini Holiday Spectacular”, and ring in the new year with “Good Riddance 2020!” These performances, filmed in front of the 35-foot Christmas tree at Pink Martini’s World Headquarters in Portland, include Pink Martini fan favorites alongside holiday classics old and new. Featuring lead singer China Forbes, with very special guest appearances by Storm Large, Ari Shapiro, Edna Vazquez, Jimmie Herrod, Sofia von Trapp, and Cantor Ida Rae Cahana, these shows are fun for the whole family, also make a great gift item for the Pink Martini fan in your life!

Thanks to your commitment and support we have been able to persevere and remain optimistic as we look ahead to 2021.

The arts help us stand a little taller, give us pride and, make us feel healthy. The arts are a powerful medicine! As we stay home to celebrate these unprecedented Holidays, I am delighted to send you this wonderful opportunity on December 17th and 31st at 6 pm. Home for the Holidays, Pink Martini Holiday Spectacular on December 17th and Good Riddance 2020! Ring in the New Year with Pink Martini: on December 31st.

Here is the link to purchase tickets. 20% of the proceeds of each ticket sale benefits Artown. Tickets start at $15 for individuals, $20 per household and $30 for both shows! On behalf of everyone at Artown I wish you, your family and friends a happy and joyous Holiday season.

 

 

 

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