Pablo Center in the News

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  • Them Coulee Boys Concert Postponed

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    In coordination with Them Coulee Boys band members and management, we have had to make the unfortunate decision to cancel tonight’s sold-out Them Coulee Boys concert at Pablo Center.

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  • Senator Tammy Baldwin Speaks on Shuttered Venue Operator Grant (SVOG) and National Independent Venue Association (NIVA)

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    U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin visits Pablo Center at the Confluence on Friday, September 3, 2021 to meet local recipients of the Shuttered Venue Operator Grant (SVOG). Local festivals, venues, and arts & cultural organizations joined in a “thank you” to Senator Baldwin for her help in advocating for the survival Chippewa Valley music promoters, independent venues, museums, theatres, and arts/cultural organizations.

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  • Graham Avenue Gallery Garners New Name, the Brady and Jeanne Foust Gallery

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    Pablo Center at the Confluence is excited to announce that Brady and Jeanne Foust have donated $1 million to Pablo Center’s new Turn It Up To Eleven Campaign. With this gift, Pablo Center will permanently rename the Graham Avenue Gallery the Brady & Jeanne Foust Gallery.

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  • Pablo Center Announces 2021-2022 Season Lineup

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    Slated to reopen this fall, Pablo Center’s Season 4 includes over 400 performances

    Pablo Center at the Confluence is thrilled to unveil its 2021-2022 season to the public, Season 4: Re-Imagine | Re-Emerge. Setting the first performance for September 2021 after nearly 18 months closed, Pablo Center plans to bring a return of live, in-person literary, performing, and visual arts performances and events back to downtown Eau Claire.

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  • In Solidarity with the AAPI Community

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    We at Pablo Center at the Confluence have been deeply affected by the recent shooting in Atlanta, which we see in devastating proximity to other instances of violence and a generalized anti-Asian sentiment in America. 

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  • WQOW Channel 18 : State of our Sound: The struggle of the music industry 11 months into the pandemic

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    In a documentary piece by WQOW News 18, we take a look at impact of pandemic on the music industry throughout the nation and right here in the Chippewa Valley. Speaking with area musicians and venues, including Pablo Center's Executive Director Jason Jon Anderson, we see how the live entertainment industry in our area have been adapting and surviving.

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  • Statement from Pablo Center and NIVA regarding passage of the Save Our Stages Act

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    T​he Save Our Stages Act just passed as part of the COVID-19 Relief Bill. The Save Our Stages Act will provide financial assistance to independent venues and promoters, including NIVA Member Pablo Center at the Confluence, that have been crushed by the pandemic’s shutdown.

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  • Leader-Telegram : Nine local entities receive music, live entertainment grants

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    Article by Ryan Patterson Leader-Telegram Staff - December 3, 2020 - Several Chippewa Valley entertainment entities received grants Thursday as part of a $15 million state program to support live music and artistic venues through the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • Ten Area Nonprofit Arts Organizations Receive COVID-19 Cultural Grant

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    Governor Tony Evers announced that $15 million in COVID-19 Cultural Organization Grants has been awarded to 385 cultural organizations across Wisconsin. Ten nonprofit cultural organizations in Eau Claire, Chippewa, and Dunn counties have awarded a combined $531,065.91 in grants. 

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  • Governor Evers’ Second Round of “We’re All In” State Grants Offers Relief for Live Music and Performance Venues Including Pablo Center

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    Pablo Center at the Confluence, Blue Ox Music Festival, The Grand Theatre, Eaux Claires Festival, Country Jam, Country Fest, Rock Fest, The Lakely, The Mable Tainter, The Plus, Big Top Chautauqua, and The Metro located in Western Wisconsin sincerely thank Governor Evers and his administration for allocating $15 million for live music and performance venues throughout Wisconsin as part of a second round of “We’re All In” grants and investments in tourism, entertainment and cultural venues. While venues across the state and nation remain completely closed in the midst of the pandemic, Wisconsin has recognized the cultural and economic impact its venues have on its local communities and has stepped up in an amazing way.

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