Kirkland Performance Center presents...

Olate Dogs

  • Thursday, May 8, 2014, 7:30PM
  • New Booking

Adult: $25  |  Youth: $15

 

Groups of 10+ can save $5 per ticket by stopping by or calling the box office at (425) 893-9900!

Olate Dogs, America's Got Talent Winners, come to the Eastside in a very special performance in partnership with the Kirkland Chamber of Commerce.

Led by Richard Olate and his son Nicholas Olate, the Olate Dogs are a high-energy, fast-paced theatrical act filled with doggie friendly and amazing pet tricks.  Winners of America's Got Talent, Olate Dogs features rescue dogs that can jump rope, ride scooters, balance on wheels, and even do back flips!

The Kirkland Chamber of Commerce's Auction Gala "Raise your Paw", will feature a performance by the Olate Dogs on May 9th at 6:00 pm at KPC. A portion of the proceeds, including the entire "Raise your Paw" segment of the event, will be donated to Kirkland Performance Center. Tickets are $100 each or $150 per couple, and are available on the Kirkland Chamber of Commerce website. You can also reserve your tickets by calling the Chamber office: 425-822-7066.

The Olate Dogs will also appear at Marina Park in Kirkland on Saturday, May 10th at 10am to greet community members and dogs! Visit here for more information on Kirkland Parks.
Artist Bio

WINNERS of season 7th America's Got Talent. Olate Dogs have traveled extensively performing on TV, circuses, NBA halftime, theater & more.

The Olate Dogs were the winning participants from Season 7 of America's Got Talent, scooping up the $1,000,000 and headlining The Palazzo.

Led by Richard Olate and his son Nicholas Olate, the Olate Dogs are a high-energy, fast-paced theatrical act filled with doggie friendly and amazing pet tricks.

Richard grew up in South America in a poor family. A third generation circus performer, Richard has been in the spotlight since he was 12, and through hard work and constant struggle, he made it to the United States at the age of 33. His dream to have his own dog variety show has come true as he currently has four completely different dog acts. Most of Richard's dogs are rescues from shelters.

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