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“An Infinite Ache”: Through April 14, Interplayers, $15-$24 TW

“Duck Hunter Shoots Angel”: Today-April 22, Spokane Civic Theatre, $22 TW

Glen Phillips: Saturday, Knitting Factory, $20-$60 TF

“In the Heights”: Thursday-April 15, INB, $32.50-$72.50 TW

Spokane Symphony Classics: April 14-15, the Fox, $14-$44 TW

Kelly Clarkson: April 14, Beasley Coliseum, Pullman $61.50 TW

Eric Burdon and The Animals: April 14, Northern Quest, $30 and $40, www.northernquest.com

Ted Kooser: April 15, Lincoln Center, $15 TW

Dierks Bentley: April 18, Spokane Arena, $25/$35 TW

Spokane Symphony Casual Classics: April 20, The Fox, $10-$30 TW

Portland Taiko: April 20, Jones Theatre, WSU, $20 TW

April Smith and the Great Picture Show: April 20, the Bing, $17 TW

Genticorum: April 21, the Bing, $20-$24, TW (On sale March 10)

Todd Snider: April 21, A Club, $20 www.aclubspokane.com

3OH!3: April 211, Beasley Coliseum, Pullman $32 TW

Celtic Woman: April 22, INB, $48-$69 TW

Aaron Shust: April 24, Faith Bible Church, $15.50-$21.50 TW

Spokane Symphony SuperPops, “Music of the Titanic”: April 28, the Fox, $25-$58 TW

Rob Schneider: April 28, Coeur d’Alene Casino, $40-$50 TW

Cirque Dreams, “Pop Goes the Rock”: April 29, INB, $25-$65 TW

Engelbert Humperdinck: April 29, Northern Quest, $57.50-$67.50, www.northernquest.com.

Twist and Shout – Tribute to the Beatles: April 30, Bing Crosby, $25-$35 TW

Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas: May 2, the Bing, $25 TW

“Taking Steps”: May 3-20, Interplayers, $15-$24 TW

“Premiere!”: May 4-June 3, Spokane Civic Theatre, $19 (on sale April 19) TW

B.B. King: May 5, Northern Quest, $57.50-$67.50 www.northernquest.com

Spokane Symphony Classics: May 5-6, the Fox, $14-$44 TW

BeauSoleil avec Micael Doucet: May 10, the Bing, $29-$37 TW

Cheech & Chong: Get It Legal Tour: May 11, Northern Quest, $52.50-$62.50 www.northernquest.com

Spokane Jazz Orchestra, Downtown Divas: May 12, the Bing, $23-$26.50 TW

Mickey Hart Band : May 12, Knitting Factory, $27 TF

Social Distortion: May 15, Knitting Factory, $32 TF

“Grease” Sing-A-Long: May 18, INB $25 TW

Floater: May 18, Knitting Factory, $13-$15 TF

“Annie”: May 18-June 17, Spokane Civic Theatre, $22-$29 (on sale April 23) TW

Reverend Horton Heat: May 19, Knitting Factory, $10-20 TF

Spokane Youth Symphony – Beyond the Rainbow: May 20, the Fox, $16 TW

Lindsay Buckingham: May 21, the Bing, $55-$65 TW

Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers: May 22, Knitting Factory, $15 TF

Creedence Clearwater Revisited: May 24, Coeur d’Alene Casino, $40-$50 TW

Sasquatch Music Festival: May 25-28, Gorge Amphitheatre, George, Wa., $290 for four-day pass TM

June

LMFAO, with Party Rock Crew: June 1, Spokane Arena, $29.50-$99.50 TW

Hugh Laurie and the Copper Bottom Boys: June 2, the Fox, $35-$45 TW

“Disney’s Mary Poppins”: June 12-17, INB, $32.50-$97.50 TW

An Evening with Primus: June 16, the Fox, $36-$46 TW

Nickelback: June 24, Spokane Arena, $45-$79.50 TW

Tommy Emmanuel: June 29, the Bing, $34-$40 TW

July

Spokane Symphony Soiree on the Edge: July 25, Arbor Crest Winery, $20-$30 TW

August

Dave Matthews Band: Aug. 31-Sept. 2, Gorge Amphitheatre, George, Wash., $45.50 and $75 TM



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