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|Event Planning & Services|Yakima, WA 98901

1301 S Fair Ave, Yakima, WA 98901

(509) 248-7160

https://www.statefairpark.org/

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Yakima Valley SunDome is a part of the Central Washington State Fair Association and hosts a variety of entertainment programs. The center organizes a wide range of events that include rodeo shows and basketball matches. It also hosts music concerts of various artists and offers space for seminars, press conferences and cultural events. The center provides dressing and locker rooms. It also offers a wide range of equipment on rent that includes rodeo equipment, dumpsters, wireless microphones and cranes. Additionally it also provides basketball floors, spotlights and sound systems. The center provides technical assistance for the clients. It is located in Yakima, Wash.

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Melissa Sabala on Facebook

2 years ago

09/09/2019, 06:58 AM
My mom lost her Temptations tickets. we went to ticket booth for copies was told they don't do that. I'm disappointed that a customer isn't able to replace lost tickets.
Tracey Vincent on Facebook

3 years ago

03/08/2019, 04:56 AM
Please stop allowing circus' that use and abuse animals in the name of so called entertainment. We have absolutely no right whatsoever to take these creatures from their natural habitat and subject them to abuse and use them as we see fit. By allowing these circus' to perform at your events, you are allowing this appalling cruelty to continue. Please put an end to it NOW!
Sam Salome Sachdev on Facebook

3 years ago

03/07/2019, 15:58 PM
I was disappointed to hear that you are planning to host Jordan World Circus ! In consideration of public sentiment about animal captivity and exploitation, please ensure that performances are animal-free.
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Saadia Makda Iqbal on Facebook

3 years ago

03/07/2019, 15:58 PM
I was disappointed to hear of your plans to allow Jordan World Circus to perform with animal acts—even though the animal exhibitors it hires have long and well-documented histories of abusing animals and endangering the public. Since this circus no longer has a license to exhibit animals, it regularly leases them from other disreputable exhibitors. Brett Carden, who supplies elephants for Jordan World, has been cited for failing to provide them with adequate veterinary care. And Adam Burck, who provides big cats for the circus, reportedly has a policy that these animals must be caged "at all times" while on the road, except during performances. Elephants, big cats, and other wild animals used in the circus endure a lifetime of abuse. It's standard practice for them to spend the majority of their time chained or in cages, being hauled from one city to the next, and being forced to live in parking lots and trailers. They've been conditioned to fear and obey their trainers through the use of whips, bullhooks, and other weapons. People love the circus for its human daredevils and acrobats—who all choose to be part of it. But animals don't have such a choice. Please consider these facts carefully and at least request that the scheduled performances of this circus go forward without animals. In the future, please join the hundreds of facilities and organizations across the U.S. that have committed to hosting or sponsoring only animal-free circuses. Thank you for your consideration. Sincerely, Saadia Iqbal
Aldona Wallen on Facebook

3 years ago

03/07/2019, 15:58 PM
Do not allow Jordan World Circus to use animal acts!
Barbara Mary Le-vahn on Facebook

3 years ago

03/07/2019, 15:58 PM
Stop hosting Jordans wild animal circus. These animals are stuck in tiny cages, Abused to noise, stunted from town to town. You are Exploiting these animals to bring money in. Shameful
Kelly Demontney on Facebook

3 years ago

03/07/2019, 15:58 PM
Jordan World Circus plans to drag elephants and tigers around the northwestern United States to perform—and we need your help to stop it. The circus's big-cat exhibitor has a policy that the animals must be caged "at all times" while on the road—except for when they're being forced to perform uncomfortable tricks and endure the chaos and noise of loud crowds at performances. PLEASE STOP USING ANIMALS FOR ENTERTAINMENT ITS ABUSE ANIMALS HAVE VOICES JUST LIKE YOU AND ME.
Francesco Scotto Di Frega on Facebook

3 years ago

03/07/2019, 15:58 PM
Host the cruel show to ensure that the scheduled performances are animal-free and to commit to not hosting any circuses featuring animals in the future.
Gabriela Jaramillo on Facebook

3 years ago

03/07/2019, 15:58 PM
I was disappointed to hear of your plans to allow Jordan World Circus to perform with animal acts—even though the animal exhibitors it hires have long and well-documented histories of abusing animals and endangering the public. Since this circus no longer has a license to exhibit animals, it regularly leases them from other disreputable exhibitors. Brett Carden, who supplies elephants for Jordan World, has been cited for failing to provide them with adequate veterinary care. And Adam Burck, who provides big cats for the circus, reportedly has a policy that these animals must be caged "at all times" while on the road, except during performances.
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