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Unless otherwise noted, tickets are available through TicketsWest (TW; 800-325-SEAT, www.ticketswest.com); Ticketmaster (TM; 800-745-3000, www.ticketmaster.com); or TicketFly (TF; 877-4FLYTIX, www.ticketfly.com). Prices do not include service charges. Tickets for events at the Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox also are available by calling (509) 624-1200.

Steve Miller Band: July 14, Northern Quest Casino outdoors, $60-$100 TW

Toad the Wet Sprocket: July 15, Panida Theater, Sandpoint, $28 TW

Portland Cello Project: July 20, Bing Crosby Theater, $10 TW

Al Stewart: July 20, Arbor Crest Wine Cellars, $15-$25 TW

Billy Currington/Uncle Kracker: July 21, Spokane Arena, $19.50/$29.50 TW

Steve Martin: July 22, Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox, $52/$68 TW

“Deadliest Catch” Live: July 24, INB Performing Arts Center, $20-$75 TW

k.d. lang: July 25, Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox, $49/$69 TW

Ron White: July 28, Coeur d’Alene Casino, $50-$60 TW

Soundgarden, Queens of the Stone Age, Mastodon, Meat Puppets: July 30, Gorge Amphitheatre, $65 TM

Willie Nelson and Family: July 31, Northern Quest Casino outdoors, $55-$100 TW

August

Guy Clark: Aug. 3, Bing Crosby Theater, $27-$52 TW

Rickie Lee Jones: Aug. 4, Festival at Sandpoint, $36.95 TW

Brandi Carlile: Aug. 5, Festival at Sandpoint, $38.95 TW

Brian Posehn: Aug. 5, Bing Crosby Theater, $22 TW

Phish: Aug. 5-6, Gorge Amphitheatre, $50 TM

Chris Isaak/Lukas Nelson: Aug. 6, Festival at Sandpoint, $46.95 TW

Beach Boys: Aug. 6, Northern Quest Casino outdoors, $35-$65 TW

A Hawaiian Evening with Hapa: Aug. 7, Bing Crosby Theater, $22 TW

George Thorogood: Aug. 9, Knitting Factory Concert House, $26 TF

Michael Buble: Aug. 10, Spokane Arena, $49.50-$85 TW

George Duke: Aug. 11, Bing Crosby Theater, $41.50 TW

Josh Ritter: Aug. 11, Festival at Sandpoint, $31.95 TW

Michael Franti & Spearhead/Jason Spooner: Aug. 12, Festival at Sandpoint, $51.95 TW

Reba McEntire: Aug. 12, Northern Quest Casino outdoors, $80-$150 TW

Rodney Crowell/David Nail: Aug. 13, Festival at Sandpoint, $46.95 TW

Vans Warped Tour: Aug. 13, Gorge Amphitheatre, $33.30 TM

Spokane Symphony: Aug. 14, Festival at Sandpoint, $36.95/$11.95 TW

Peter Frampton: Aug. 14, Coeur d’Alene Casino, $50-$60 TW

Jonny Lang: Aug. 18, Knitting Factory Concert House, $30

Toby Keith: Aug. 18, Northern Quest Casino outdoors, $80-$150 TW; Aug. 20, Gorge Amphitheatre, $35.50-$89 TM

Kathy Griffin: Aug. 20, INB Performing Arts Center, $35-$75 TW

Korn: Aug. 26, Greyhound Park and Event Center, Post Falls, $45 TF

Santana: Aug. 26, Northern Quest Casino outdoors, $80-$150 TW

September

Dave Matthews Band Caravan: Sept. 2-4, Gorge Amphitheatre, $195/weekend TM

Queensryche: Sept. 6, Knitting Factory Concert House, $30 TW

Explosions in the Sky: Sept. 8, Bing Crosby Theater, $22 TW

Identity Electronic Music Festival: Sept. 10, Gorge Amphitheatre, $34 TM

The B-52s: Sept. 12, Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox, $39.50-$75 (on sale July 8) TW

John Prine: Sept. 14, Bing Crosby Theater, $53.50 TW

George Winston: Sept. 21, Bing Crosby Theater, $25; Sept. 22, Panida Theater, Sandpoint, $25 TW

Trace Adkins: Sept. 25, Coeur d’Alene Casino, $50-$60 TW

October

April Smith & The Great Picture Show: Oct. 7, Bing Crosby Theater, $14 TW

Orla Fallon: Oct. 13, Bing Crosby Theater, $30-$47 TW

Celtic Thunder: Oct. 28, Northern Quest Casino, $50-$60 TW

November

They Might Be Giants: Nov. 6, Knitting Factory Concert House, $22 TF

Judy Collins: Nov. 10, Bing Crosby Theater, $37 TW

Michael Jackson: The IMMORTAL World Tour (Cirque du Soleil): Nov. 12-13, Spokane Arena, $50-$250 TW



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