Courtesy Photo, accesso ShoWare Center

Courtesy Photo, accesso ShoWare Center

Harlem Globetrotters to perform in Kent on Jan. 27 at ShoWare Center

Ticket prices range from $20 to $100

The World-Famous Harlem Globetrotters will return at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 27 to the accesso ShoWare Center in Kent with their newly reimagined Spread Game Tour.

The Spread Game Tour is an experience like no other. Ball spinning that defies gravity, innovative dunks and new on-court characters guaranteed to energize the action and bring the laughs. Get ready for full-court fun for the whole family.

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 28 at accessoshowarecenter.com. Prices are $100, $75, $60, $50, $40, $30 and $20.

As directed by Seattle & King County Public Health Department, beginning Oct. 25, all indoor recreational events including professional and collegiate sports, entertainment, performing arts, theatre, and live music will require guests to show proof of vaccination or a negative test. This directive excludes children ages 11 and under that are unable to be vaccinated, meaning they will not need to show proof of a negative test.

Face masks also are required to be worn inside the arena.

What is considered proof of vaccination in King County:

• A CDC vaccine card or photo of vaccine card

• Documentation from medical record/vaccine provider

• Proof of vaccination from another state or country

• Mobile apps from healthcare providers (approved by the WA Department of Health)

• Printed Certificate or QR Code (available at the end of September 2021) from MyIRMobile.com

You do not need to show identification with proof of vaccination.

If you are unvaccinated or cannot provide vaccine status, you must show proof of a negative PCR COVID-19 test in the last 72 hours.

Please refer to kingcounty.gov/verify for more information.


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