Pavlo at Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Feb. 1, 2020

PERFORMANCE TIME: 7:00 p.m.

Pavlo is a TRUE WORLD artist, and has become famous for bringing every audience to their feet. Pavlo is currently on tour promoting his second PBS special “Live in Kastoria” Greece and is still driven by his father’s famous words, Have the courage to do what you love, and the drive to do it well.”

Join Arizona PBS for this concert on Saturday, Feb. 1, 2020!

General admission tickets: $75 each

VIP tickets: $100 each

VIP tickets include premium seating and a Pavlo meet-and-greet before the show.

Please call 602-496-8888 (during regular business hours) or 888-443-2929 to reserve your tickets.

To bring a group on the tour and be seated together, please make one single pledge for all tickets.

Seats will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis, so don’t delay in reserving your tickets today.

Keep in mind each attendee will require a ticket, regardless of age. Ticket orders are final.

Tickets will be mailed one month prior to the event.

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