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Corbin Cabrera is named ‘The Bachelor’ in Spokane for ‘The Bachelor Live on Stage’ on March 8 at FICA

UPDATED: Wed., Feb. 12, 2020

Corbin Cabrera has been named Spokane’s “The Bachelor” for “The Bachelor Live on Stage” at First Interstate Center for the Arts on March 8 co-hosted by “The Bachelor” fan favorites Becca Kufrin and Ben Higgins.

According to a news release this afternoon, Cabrera is an ambitious man with plans for his future, but he wants someone to share the journey with him. He spends his time with his two boys, preferably playing a board game, and he’s looking for a woman who is ambitious and amazing.

The nationwide tour begins in Mesa, Arizona, on Thursday and will play in 66 cities. Each stage show will introduce one hometown bachelor to local ladies from the audience. Through games, challenges, onstage dates and other fun scenarios, “The Bachelor” will award a final rose at the end of the show.

However, Bachelor Nation will have a say, as audience members will help by asking questions, making suggestions and cheering on the participants. From the first-impression rose to group date challenges and one-on-ones, the production gives fans a chance to watch live from their seats.

“The Bachelor” franchise includes the spin-offs “The Bachelorette” and “Bachelor in Paradise.” “The Bachelor,” currently in its 24th season on ABC, airs in 31 countries. Tickets to “The Bachelor Live On Stage” are available at and

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