See the Yakima Symphony Orchestra and Cirque de la Symphonie

Acrobatics, stunts, breathtaking artistry and a symphonic experience.

Sound intriguing? This is what’s coming to the Capitol Theater this Saturday, June 25,

Cirque De La Symphonie Presented by the Yakima Symphony Orchestra

Want to attend this event? Enjoy a spectacular show on us. Enter to win a pair of tickets to see Cirque De La Symphonie presented by the Yakima Symphony Orchestra. This astonishing performance was described as follows:

great orchestral music paired with amazing circus acts on and above the stage

The show is Saturday, June 25 at the Capitol Theater starting at 7:30 p.m. If you’re not one of our lucky winners, you can still purchase tickets online at or by calling 853-ARTS. Tickets start at $12 and only $5 for students and children. It’s affordable, world-class entertainment for the whole family. Complete the entry form below for a chance to win KIT Newstalk 1280 & 101.3.

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