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Everything But The Kitchen Sink

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Tickets to the popular Mayor’s Series for the Performing Arts will go on sale individually on July 20, 2009 at the Covey Center for the Arts. The series kicks off with the international percussive sensation STOMP, a performance which draws on brooms, Zippo lighters, wooden poles and other random items to create explosive sights and sounds. Other acts scheduled to appear throughout the season include Thriller, Jason Hewlett, David Lanz, and Michael Ballam. For more info visit Covey online.

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