Due to an unanticipated emergency, the Supaman concert originally scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 10, at the Winthrop Barn has been changed to Thursday (Feb. 8) at 7 p.m.

People who already have tickets – either in hand or bought online – who want to attend the Thursday show can simply go to the barn on Thursday and don’t have to do anything else.

Everything else about the performance is the same. It opens with dance by Acosia Red Elk, followed by Supaman’s Native American–inspired hip-hop, with dance accompaniment by Acosia Red Elk, until intermission at about 8:30 p.m. After intermission, Supaman will hold a Q&A session about his music and cultural influences.

All school performances in the county, plus the show at the Omak PAC on Friday, Feb. 9, are also unchanged.

People who bought tickets before Thursday (Feb. 1) who need a reimbursement should email Methow Arts at info@methowartsalliance.org with the following information: where you purchased your tickets, how many, your full name, the payment method and the date of purchase. If you need a refund, please let Methow Arts know as soon as possible – by Tuesday (Feb. 6) at the latest – so they can sell your ticket to another audience member.

Methow Arts apologizes greatly for any inconvenience. Call Methow Arts at 997-4004 with any questions.