What You’re Doing Tonight: Feb. 20

Celine Dion, "The Killers of Comedy," and "The Forces That Shape the Bay"


ONCE MORE SHE COMES TO THE BAY: On the heels of sellouts across the globe, Celine Dion brings her acclaimed "Taking Chances World Tour" to the Bay Area tonight. The "Titanic" singer brings her show stopping tunes (if you are into her that is) to the HP Pavilion, 525 W Santa Clara St. in San Jose at 8 p.m. And shockingly enough, tickets are still available. Have your fill from Tons of Tickets.

LAUGH OUT LOUD: "The Killers of Comedy" group, which features Reverend Bob Levy, Jim Florentine and Howard Stern Show regulars Shuli, Sal "The Stockbroker," Richard Christy and Beetlejuice, will perform at the Great American Music Hall, at 859 O'Farrell St. in San Francisco, at 10 p.m. Tickets are $35 at the door.

THE BEAUTIFUL BAY: "The Forces That Shape the Bay" will launch at the Lawrence Hall of Science, Centennial Dr. in Berkeley. The museum will let you take a look at the spectacular view of the bay, the Golden Gate Bridge, Richmond, Oakland with their telescopes; facilitator-led. Come by and check it out all day.

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