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Comedian Pinette makes up postponed show on Oct. 19

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JOHN Pinette's bronchitis should be should be gone by the fall, so the standup comedian will make up his postponed shows then.

Pinette cancelled his Canadian tour -- which would have stopped at the Burton Cummings Theatre Saturday -- due to a severe case of bronchitis and exhaustion. He has rescheduled the tour and will perform at the same Winnipeg venue, Oct. 19.

Ticket holders can use their May 5 tickets for the new date, or get refunds at point of purchase.

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Chicago noisemakers Russian Circles are getting around to Winnipeg.

The instrumental post-rock trio will play the Park Theatre on June 18 in support of its fourth album, Empros. Tickets for the show go on sale Friday at Ticketmaster for $21.50.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition May 4, 2012 D2

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