Postponed until further notice
Festival of Laughs
Apr 11, 2020
Apr 17, 2020
Maze and Frankie Beverly
Apr 19, 2020
Postponed until further notice
Its time to get cooking, because the gastronomically gifted kids of the MasterChef Junior are hitting the road during the popular televised food competition's newest tour! Pint-sized past winners and fan favorites take to the stage during exciting head-to-head cooking competitions and live Q&A sessions with the audience, making for a delicious and immersive live show that'll give both youngsters and parents alike much food for thought.
April 11, 2020
Back for yet another year of big belly laughs, The Festival Of Laughs is pulling into a city near you for their annual winter tour. Four of the comedy world's biggest names are joining forces for this special stand up series - don't miss sassy headliner Sommore, Mark Curry, and many more famous faces of comedy!
One of Latin Pop's brightest stars, Prince Royce is embarking on an extensive North American tour this year. The dates come in support of his brand new album Alter Ego and in celebration of his stunning 2010 debut, the self-titled, Prince Royce. Hitting a massive 40 cities, this is his biggest trek to date!
April 17, 2020
Reality TV star "Long Island Medium" Theresa Caputo takes her medium show on the road around the country, meeting ordinary members of the public and giving readings to them in an intimate group setting. In addition, Theresa shares anecdotes and stories about her live, family and personal experiences with mediumship. A must for fans of the TLC show.
April 19, 2020
Grandmasters of funk, RnB and soul Maze and Frankie Beverly have been inducing mass dancing and euphoria for over 40 tremendous years. Amongst the best acts of the '70s and '80s, the band fuses together the lush instrumental sound of their native Philadelphia with laid-back California grooves, culminating in a smooth blend of funk-tinged soul-pop.
34 West Broad St, Columbus, OH 43215
The Palace Theatre is located at the base of the LeVeque Tower on Broad Street. It is a 2,827-seat theatre which was designed to resemble the Palais de Versailles in France. The venue was originally built as a vaudeville theatre, meaning that the acoustics are world-class. The Palace Theatre held the most live shows in Columbus during the '30s, '40s, and '50s, and most of the top names in the entertainment business have performed at the venue. In 1989, CAPA purchased the Palace Theatre, and now the theatre hosts CAPA-sponsored shows every year, as well as performances by Broadway Across America.
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