Fiddling fun comes to Kent

January 24, 2013 by  

Ken Waldman and the Secret Visitors is a special evening featuring a fiddling poet who has spent more than 25 years in the Far North creating poems and stories, which he has combined with his fiddling talents. Poster printing was likely used to advertise this talented man’s special night in Kent.

Known as Alaska’s fiddling storyteller and poet, Waldman weaves magical music around his incredible poems and stories to create an entertaining and educational showcase to all guests present. Formerly a college professor, he has six poetry collections published, as well as a memoir and a children’s book. With CD releases that blend Appalachian string music with his poetry, he offers the audience a number of special guests and has created a multi-faceted musical show that will inspire the dreamers and poets, no matter what their ages. For those who love poetry, stories, music, and fantastic entertainment, this show will live on in their memories for a long time to come.

Tickets for this performance are $18 per adult, $15 per senior, and $10 per youth. Everyone is invited to attend and enjoy this wonderful show. Ken Waldman and the Secret Visitors will be performed tomorrow, January 25, beginning at 7:30 pm at the Kent-Meridian Performing Arts Center located in the Kent-Meridian High School on 10020 Southeast 256th Street in Kent Washington. To purchase tickets or learn more, please visit the Kent-Meridian Performing Arts Center website or call the box office during regular business hours.