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Fall Festival Starts Friday at Seasons Performance Hall

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YAKIMA, Wash.-- The Seasons Performance Hall in Yakima is bringing in a pair of Grammy winning musicians for their 7th Annual Fall Festival starting tomorrow.

The event features jazz and classical musicians from around the US. One of the performances comes from Chick Corea and Gary Burton, who have won nearly 24 Grammys combined. The festival also offers classes for student and adult musicians alike to hone their craft.

"There are things to come to almost every night or almost every other day and for very reasonable ticket prices," says Fall Festival Director Brooke Creswell.

Festival concerts and events start tomorrow and continue until October 21st. You can get tickets at the seasons box office located at 101 North Naches Ave.

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