The Capitol Theatre Goes Totally 80s With Tiffany and Debbie Gibson – (PHOTOS)

Yakima’s Capitol Theatre went Totally 80s last Friday when pop stars Tiffany and Debbie Gibson came to town. It had been over three decades since both artists stepped foot into the PNW. Former MTV VJ and current Sirius-XM Downtown Julie Brown kicked the night off as master of ceremonies. Debbie Gibson got a surprise during her set when her Dancing With The Stars partner, Alan Bersten made a surprise visit. Tiffany opened things up by performing her latest single Can’t Stop Falling.

Both Tiffany and Debbie didn’t lose a beat while performing. 

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