Pablo Center in the News

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  • Critically Acclaimed Broadway Revival of Fiddler on the Roof Is Coming to Eau Claire

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    First of Pablo Center’s Season 5 Broadway Series Goes On Sale May 6

    Pablo Center at the Confluence is excited to announce the hosting of the Eau Claire presentation of the Tony Award®-nominated Broadway revival of Fiddler on the Roof in RCU Theatre from November 22 to November 23, 2022. Tickets will go on sale to the public on Friday, May 6 at 10 a.m.

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  • Pablo Center Lifts Covid-19 Visitor Protocols on March 12, 2022

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    As of March 12, 2022, Pablo Center will lift COVID-19 Visitor Protocols and return to in-person public gallery and box office hours of Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. 

    Guests will no longer be required to show negative Covid-19 test or proof of vaccination upon entry. While no longer required, guests regardless of vaccination status are strongly encouraged to continue wearing masks.

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  • Smithsonian Community Engagement Project on Implicit Bias Coming to Pablo Center

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    A centerpiece for local programming, “The Bias Inside Us” sets to open February 26

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  • Winter Weather Event Updates

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    Given tonight’s predicted snowfall, the following performances have been postponed:

    Pablo Center’s Everyday Icons Artist Reception & Art Talk
    Chippewa Valley Jazz Orchestra & Chippewa Valley Symphony Orchestra - (Rescheduled for Sunday, January 30 at 2 p.m.)

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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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