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Unless otherwise noted, tickets are available through TicketsWest (TW); Ticketmaster (TM); TicketWeb (TB); TicketFly (TF), Hold My Ticket (HMT, www.holdmyticket.com) or Northern Quest (NQ). 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.

Trapt: Nov. 2, Knitting Factory, $16 TB

Chris Potter and the Whitworth University Jazz Ensemble: Nov. 2, the Fox, $12, $17 TW

MOMIX’s “Botanica”: Nov. 6, the Fox, $28-$38 TW

Judy Carmichael: Nov. 7, the Bing, $22 TW

“Disney on Ice: Rockin Ever After”: Nov. 7-10, Spokane Arena, $12-$57 TW

Jerry Hardin’s “Mark Twain on Man and his World”: Nov. 7-11, Interplayers, $28 TW

Spokane Symphony Pops – Big Band: Nov. 9, the Fox, $26-$62 TW

(Canceled) Tyrone Wells: Nov. 10, Chateau Rive, $20 TW

NPR’s Renee Montagne : Nov. 12, the Bing, $20-$27 TW

Rittz: Nov. 12, Knitting Factory, $20-$50 TB

Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker: Nov. 13-14, the Bing, $29.50-$177 TW

Soja: Nov. 13, Knitting Factory, $20 TB

Thunder From Down Under: Nov. 14, Coeur d’Alene Casino, $15-$25 TW

Clumsy Lovers: Nov. 15, Knitting Factory, $14 TB

Spokane Symphony – Dazzling Brilliance: Nov. 16-17, the Fox, $15-$54 TW

Gramatix: Nov. 17, Knitting Factory, $20 TB

Nine Inch Nails: Nov. 19, Spokane Arena, $29.50-$69.50 TW

3OH!3, Wallpaper, New Beat Fund: Nov. 19, Knitting Factory, $20 TB

Mannheim Steamroller: Nov. 20, INB, $25-$95 TW

Pretty Lights: Nov. 21, Knitting Factory, $35 TB

“American Idiot”: Nov. 22-23, INB, $30-$75 TW

Aaron Carter: Nov. 23, Knitting Factory, $15 TB

Anna Nalick: Nov. 23, the Bing, $22 TW

All That Remains: Nov. 29, the Knitting Factory, $23 TW

Celtic Thunder: Nov. 30, Northern Quest, $45-$65 NQ

Pearl Jam: Nov. 30, Spokane Arena, $69.50 TW

Adventure Club: Dec. 5, Knitting Factory $15-$21.50 TB

Popovich Pet Comedy Theater: Dec. 5-7, the Bing, $7-$22 TW

Rick Estrin & the Night Cats: Dec. 5, Chateau Rive, $20 TW

Hot Club of San Francisco: Dec. 6, Jones Theatre, Pullman, $20 TW

Spokane Symphony Presents “The Nutcracker”: Dec. 7-8, the Fox, $12.50-$75 TW

Spokane Jazz Orchestra – A Glenn Miller Christmas: Dec. 7, the Bing, $24-$26.50 TW

Maria Bamford: Dec. 7, Knitting Factory, $16-$19.50 TB

Chris Isaak: Dec. 8, Northern Quest, $55-$75 NQ

WWE Live: Dec. 8, Spokane Arena, $15-$95 TW

Jake Miller: Dec. 8, Knitting Factory, $18.50-$60 TB

Shawn Colvin: Dec. 8, the Bing, $34-$44 TW

Oak Ridge Boys: Dec. 9, INB, $42-$52 TW

The Singing Nuns: Dec. 11-12, the Bing, $14-$18 TW

The Tedeschi Trucks Band: Dec. 11, the Fox, $29.50-$59.50 TW

Metalachi: Dec. 12, Knitting Factory, $12 TB

“Million Dollar Quartet”: Dec. 12-15, INB, $32.50-$72.50 TW

Will Hoge: Dec. 13, Knitting Factory, $12 TB

Shook Twins: Dec. 14, the Bing, $12 TW

Christopher Titus: Dec. 15, Knitting Factory, $25 TB

LeAnn Rimes: Dec. 22, Northern Quest, $69-$89 NQ

“The Sound of Music Sing-a-Long”: Dec. 22, INB Performing Arts Center, $25 TW

January

Reverend Horton Heat: Jan. 11, Knitting Factory, $13 TB

Disney Live: Mickey’s Music Festival: Jan. 12, Spokane Arena, $20-$50 TW

Charlie Murphy: Jan. 12, the Bing, $32 TW

February

The Ten Tenors: Feb. 15, INB, $25-$55 TW

Harlem Globetrotters: Feb. 18, Spokane Arena, $23-$284 TW Twilight Tour of Bach Suites at Historic Landmarks with Zuill Bailey: Feb. 25-March 8, various locations, $20 each or $102 for whole series. TW

March

“Bring it On”: March 4, the INB, $25-55 TW

Brian Regan: March 13, the INB, $42.50-$49.50 TW



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