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Firehouse Arts Center reopening for shows

First in-person performance is Branden & James on June 26

Branden & James will reopen the Firehouse Arts Center theater next weekend with two performances of their pop and rock songs from across the decades. (Contributed photo)

In-person shows are returning to the Firehouse Arts Center in downtown Pleasanton next weekend, opening with the musical duo Branden & James at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. next Saturday (June 26).

Seating will be limited to 55 seats per show, in the 220-seat theater; social distancing will be in place and face coverings required.

"We're thrilled to announce the return of in-person shows to the Firehouse Arts Center," said Tamara Whitney, city recreation manager.

"We're thankful that the community has enjoyed the many virtual shows we've offered during the pandemic; yet we know that there's something uniquely special about experiencing a live performance," Whitney added. "It gives us great joy to invite our patrons back into our theater for the many amazing shows coming this summer."

Branden & James, from television's "America's Got Talent," will perform their show "From Bach to Bieber" with pop and rock songs from across the decades, also including music by Leonard Cohen, the Eagles, Elton John, Adele and more, featuring James on cello and Branden on vocals.

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The two performers are launching a 60-city Chasing Dreams Tour throughout the United States to promote their recently released debut album, "Chasing Dreams."

Reserved seating tickets for the Firehouse performance are $25. Visit www.firehousearts.org or call 931-4848. Tickets will not be available in person at the box office.

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Firehouse Arts Center reopening for shows

First in-person performance is Branden & James on June 26

by / Pleasanton Weekly

Uploaded: Wed, Jun 16, 2021, 2:04 pm

In-person shows are returning to the Firehouse Arts Center in downtown Pleasanton next weekend, opening with the musical duo Branden & James at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. next Saturday (June 26).

Seating will be limited to 55 seats per show, in the 220-seat theater; social distancing will be in place and face coverings required.

"We're thrilled to announce the return of in-person shows to the Firehouse Arts Center," said Tamara Whitney, city recreation manager.

"We're thankful that the community has enjoyed the many virtual shows we've offered during the pandemic; yet we know that there's something uniquely special about experiencing a live performance," Whitney added. "It gives us great joy to invite our patrons back into our theater for the many amazing shows coming this summer."

Branden & James, from television's "America's Got Talent," will perform their show "From Bach to Bieber" with pop and rock songs from across the decades, also including music by Leonard Cohen, the Eagles, Elton John, Adele and more, featuring James on cello and Branden on vocals.

The two performers are launching a 60-city Chasing Dreams Tour throughout the United States to promote their recently released debut album, "Chasing Dreams."

Reserved seating tickets for the Firehouse performance are $25. Visit www.firehousearts.org or call 931-4848. Tickets will not be available in person at the box office.

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