The Pacific Northwest attracts a lot of top notch performances every year. Getting out to see these amazing shows is a great way to expand on what the Northwest offers and also a fun way to be entertained at a high level.
One of the great shows touring through the Northwest early in 2016 is STOMP.
STOMP is a percussion based tour de force that will get you out of your seat and keep you talking about it for weeks. This inventive and unique performance group will take a long list of unique items like sinks, buckets, radiator hoses, plastic bins, plungers, trash cans, wooden handles, shopping carts, brooms, and so much more and put on an incredible show you will not soon forget.
STOMP is a family friendly performance too and perfect for anyone with a love of music or performance art.
When STOMP comes through the Northwest they will be stopping at some key locations far enough apart to make for a convenient way of getting out and seeing them:
STOMP will be at the Moore Theatre in Seattle from January 26 through January 31st.
You’ll be able to take in a STOMP performance in Wenatchee, Washington on February 1st.
STOMP will perform on February 2nd at the Adams Center Fieldhouse on the campus of the University of Montana.
STOMP can also be seen February 3rd when they take their performance to Idaho Falls, Idaho.
Without a doubt, you cannot go wrong by making the decision to see STOMP live and in person when they come through the Pacific Northwest. The show is exciting and explosive, and also comes with a touch of comedy too. STOMP has appeared around the world on stage and on numerous television shows too. If you’ve seen it, take someone to see it with you. If you’ve never seen it, prepare yourself to be amazed.
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