The concert will also feature performances of Miguel del Aguila’s “Chautauquan Summer Overture” and Sergei Rachmaninoff’s “The Bells (Kolokola).”
Tickets are available at the Fox box office today through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Cranberries debuted the single “All Over Now” on Tuesday to mark the first anniversary of lead singer Dolores O’Riordan’s death. The new song comes ahead of the April release of the group’s eighth and final album, “In the End,” after which the Irish rock band plans to split after 30 years together.
The band’s latest collection of new music, “Cuts Like a Diamond,” was released in 2013.
The band headlines a sold out show at Northern Quest Resort and Casino on Thursday.
The ska punk mainstays will promote their ninth and latest studio album, “Life Sucks, Let’s Dance!” on Jan. 15 at the Knitting Factory. Aaron Barrett, the main songwriter and only remaining member from the band’s original lineup 26 years ago, said the new record is more hopeful than the sarcastic tracks of albums past.
The Bartlett Awards will be held Jan. 19 and will feature performances by nominees Von the Baptist, Gabriella Rose and CATE. The awards are free to attend.
Lund and his band the Hurtin’ Albertans will perform a sold-out show at the Bartlett on Friday as part of the “No Rest for the West” tour.
Tickets are located on each side of the stage and cost $31.75-$91.75.
After more than 2 billion views on YouTube, the catchy kiddie song becomes a Top 40 hit with its debut on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.
Joseph, Noah Gundersen, Water Monster and T.S. the Solution will perform Jan. 16 through Jan. 18.
Tickets go on sale Jan. 17 at 12:01 a.m. online at
Tickets are $59-$89 and go on sale Friday at 9 a.m. through
Almeida will perform at the Jacklin Arts and Cultural Center on Friday.
“Cairns,” which was released on streaming platforms in November, features a mix of originals, traditional folk songs and covers.
Spokane’s Conor Knowles released “Pure Desperation,” his debut full-length as Dancing Plague, in March.
Billed as “Len Zefflin” by the advertising department of the Spokesman-Review and Spokane Daily Chronicle, the band that would come to define hard rock in the 1970s left an indelible mark on an unsuspecting crowd at Gonzaga University in December 1968.
Mariah Carey’s 24-year-old Christmas classic is so popular it set a new one-day streaming record on Spotify on Christmas Eve.
This year’s concert will feature more than 150 performers on stage, including the Spokane Symphony Chorale.
The singer released “Wash House Ting” in 2016.
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