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Singer/pianist Jim Brickman announces virtual Christmas show in Spokane

UPDATED: Thu., Oct. 15, 2020

Singer and pianist Jim Brickman will perform a virtual concert for the First Interstate Center for the Arts on Dec. 4.  (Jeff Klaum)
Singer and pianist Jim Brickman will perform a virtual concert for the First Interstate Center for the Arts on Dec. 4. (Jeff Klaum)

Singer and pianist Jim Brickman was looking forward to going on his annual holiday tour across the U.S. at the end of the year, but the coronavirus pandemic had other plans. Instead of canceling the tour, Brickman is taking the show on the virtual road.

“Comfort and Joy at Home” will find Brickman performing a virtual concert nearly every night between Thanksgiving and Christmas. His Spokane show is scheduled for Dec. 4 at 7:30 p.m.

“Is it going to be a little different? Yeah,” Brickman said in a video. “Is it going to be fantastic? Yes!”

There are three ticket packages available. The silver package, $40, includes access to the live virtual concert. The gold package, $75, includes the virtual concert, time to interact with Brickman in the Zoom Room and a stocking full of Christmas gifts, including a theater program, music and “lots of other surprises,” according to Brickman, delivered to your door.

The diamond package, $125, includes everything in the gold package, plus a postshow party with Brickman.

A portion of the proceeds benefits the First Interstate Center for the Arts. Purchase tickets at jimbrickman.com/spokane.

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