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Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield, who sent music fans into orbit with his version of David Bowie’s Space Oddity from the International Space Station in 2013, will appear at the Centennial Concert Hall on Dec. 1.
The evening promises to be an audio/visual experience about the highlights of his career in space, where he flew on two space shuttle missions and eventually became the commander of the ISS. There will be reminiscences, but singing and dancing as well, a press release says.
Tickets go on sale Thursday for $49.25 to $103.25 at Ticketmaster.