Shane Koyczan is returning home for one show on Dec. 10 after touring the world. (File photo)

Shane Koyczan coming home in December for one show only

Tickets go on sale Oct. 10 for Dec. 7 show at Cleland Theatre

Penticton’s world-renowned spoken word artist Shane Koyczan is coming home for a show in December.

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The show, for one night only, takes place at Cleland Theatre at 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 7.

Koyczan has travelledEurope, the U.S. and Australia, meeting people and sharing stories. He will be leaving for India in January but is looking forward to coming home and entertaining his many fans and friends throughout the Okanagan region, according to the media release. Tickets are not expected to last long for this event.

READ MORE: Poet Shane Koyczan responds to fatal mass shooting in Penticton

Tickets for the pre-holiday show are on sale at the Penticton Community Centre or by calling 250-490-2426.

All seats are reserved and priced at $35.50.

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