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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); TicketFly (TF; 877-4FLYTIX, www.ticketfly.com) or Northern Quest (NQ; 877-777-5252, www.northernquest.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.

A$AP Rocky: Oct. 19, CUB Ballroom, WSU, Pullman, $20 TW

“A Closer Walk With Patsy Cline”: Oct. 19-Nov. 18, Spokane Civic Theatre, $26 TW

VeggieTales Live: Oct. 20, Turning Point Open Bible Church, $16-$30 TW

Cleo Parker Dance Ensemble: Oct. 21, Beasley Coliseum, Pullman, $16-$30 TW

Jake Shimabukuro: Oct. 22, the Bing, $30-$40 TW

Reel Big Fish: Oct. 23, Knitting Factory, $18.50-$20 TF

Trophee Mondial Opening Ceremony: Oct. 23, the Fox, $32 TW

Groundation: Oct. 24, Knitting Factory, $20-$23 TF

Wolfgang Gartner: Oct. 25, Knitting Factory, $22-$25 TF

“Incorruptible”: Oct. 25-Nov. 10, Interplayers, $28 TW

An Evening with Baxter Black: Oct. 26-27, Jones Theatre, WSU Pullman, $26 TW

“Songs for a New World: In Concert”: Oct. 26-27, Spokane Civic Theatre, $30 TW

Loretta Lynn: Oct. 27, Northern Quest, $50-$65 NQ

Trophee Mondial Winners Concert: Oct. 27, the Bing, $15 TW

Sesame Street Live: Elmo’s Super Heroes: Oct. 27, Beasley Coliseum, Pullman, $17-$27 TW

Needtobreathe: Oct. 28, Knitting Factory, $27 TF

November

Toadies, Helmet: Nov.1, A Club, $18 www.aclubspokane.com

Lukas Nelson & The Promise Of The Real: Nov. 3, Panida Theater, Sandpoint. $22.50 (on sale Sept. 21) TF

Blue October: Nov. 4, Knitting Factory, $22-25 TF

Chinese Acrobats: Nov. 4, Beasley Coliseum, Pullman, $16-$32 TW

Pop Evil: Nov. 5, A Club, $20 TF

Dropkick Murphys: Nov. 7, Knitting Factory, $26 TF

Paula Poundstone: Nov. 8, the Bing, $34-$38 TW

Scotty McCreery: Nov. 9, Beasley Coliseum, Pullman, $51.50 TW

Spokane Symphony: Video Games Live: Nov. 10, the Fox, $25-$37 TW

Fresh Beat Band: Nov. 11, INB, $24.50-$39.50 TW

GWAR: Nov. 11, Knitting Factory, $25 TF

“Of Mice and Men”: Nov. 12, the Fox, $25-$35 TW

David Sedaris: Nov. 14, the Fox, $37.50-$47.50 TW

McManus “Pot Luck”: Nov. 15, the Bing, $17 TW

Banff Film Festival: Nov. 16-18, the Bing, $15 TW

“White Christmas”: Nov. 16-Dec. 21, Spokane Civic Theatre, $33 TW

Spokane Symphony: Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody: Nov. 17, the Fox, $22-$44 TW

Alice Cooper: Nov. 17, Northern Quest, $50-$60 NQ

Trans-Siberian Orchestra: Nov. 23, Spokane Arena, $30.50-$60.50 TW

Boz Scaggs: Nov. 24, Northern Quest, $45-$65 NQ

Halestrom: Nov. 25, Knitting Factory, $16-$18 TF

“It’s a Wonderful Life: A Radio Play”: Nov. 29-Dec. 30, Interplayers, $28 TW

DAYGLOW - 2012 Life in Color: Nov. 30, Spokane Arena, $30 TW

Celtic Thunder: Nov. 31-Dec. 1, Northern Quest, $40-$55 NQ

December

Spokane Jazz Orchestra’s A Glenn Miller Christmas: Dec. 1, the Bing, $26.50 TW

Tragically Hip: Dec. 5, Knitting Factory, $25 TF

Spokane Symphony Presents “The Nutcracker”: Dec. 6-9, the Fox, $22-$65 adults/$16-$20 children TW

McManus: “Poor Again, Dagnabbit!”: Dec. 6, the Bing, $17 TW

Floater: Dec. 7, Knitting Factory, $13-$15 TF

“Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge”: Dec. 9, Spokane Civic Theatre, $15 TW

The Singing Nuns: Dec. 12-13, $20 TW

Clumsy Lovers: Dec. 13, Knitting Factory $14 TF

Disney on Ice – Dare to Dream: Dec. 14-18, Spokane Arena, $40-$55 (on sale Sept. 28) TW

Lamb of God: Dec. 15, Knitting Factory, $40 TF

Dweezil Zappa: Dec. 21, Knitting Factory, $28-$55 TF

Billy Gardell: Dec. 27, Northern Quest, $40-$60 NQ

Bret Michaels: Dec. 28, Northern Quest, $55-$100 NQ

Lonestar: Dec. 29, Northern Quest, $50-$70 NQ

Spokane Symphony: Beethoven’s Ninth: Dec. 31, the Fox $22-$27 adult/$16 child TW



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