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Sounds of the East

September 29, 2016, 6:30pm - September 29, 2016, 9:30pm

Online tickets at: www.SandpointCurry.com www.panida.org OR at Evans Brothers Coffee, Eichardts Pub, or Sandpoint Curry in a Hurry Pandit Partho Sarothy is a world reknown Sarode player. He has toured the world performing Indian Classical Music at Carnegie Hall, The Royal Albert Hall in London and with Ravi Shankar in the memorial concert for George Harrison. Partho comes to the Panida Theater with Abhijit Bannerjee on Tabla and Somnath Roy on the South Indian instrument the Ghatam. Partho is known around the world for his exploration of harmony and tranquility.

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ART HOUSE THEATER DAY
$5.00 PASS GIVES ACCESS TO ALL EVENTS!!
COME JOIN US
Schedule:
1:00 Girl From God's Country Nel Shipman
Sandpoint Film Festival Winners/Favorites:
2:10 I Brought Cake
2:15 A Balanced Life
2:20 Oliver
2:30 Caffeinated
2:40 Poor House
2:50 Animation
3:30 A Town Called Panic
4:45 Classic Cartoons/Theater Tours
to 5:30 Classic Cartoons/Theater Tours
6:00 Girl From God's Country Nel Shipman
7:00 Sandpoint Film Festival Winners/Favorites:
I Brought Cake
A Balanced Life
Oliver
Caffeinated
Poor House
7:30 A Town Called Panic
8:30 Classic Cartoons/Theater Tours
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Online tickets have stopped for George Winston but you can still get tickets at the door. Doors open at 7 - Concert starts at 8. ... See MoreSee Less

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Saturday 24th: First ten in the door for A Town Called Panic get this way cool pencil case in celebration of Arthouse Theater Day! Showtimes are 3:30 & 7:30. ... See MoreSee Less

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Our History

The Panida theater opened as a vaudeville and movie house in 1927. Then, as now, its name reflected its mission: to showcase great performers and performances for audiences of the PANhandle of IDAho. read more…

The Panida Theater Marquee

The Panida Theater marquee at night.