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Festival at Sandpoint

Here’s the just-announced lineup for the Festival at Sandpoint, which goes on sale today at 8 a.m.:

Firefall and Poco, Aug. 6 – Country folk-rockers who flourished in the 1970s ($34.95).

Blues Traveler, Aug. 7 – Harmonica virtuoso John Popper and his band ($44.95).

Boz Scaggs and the Subdudes, Aug. 8 – The roots-rock legend and the eclectic New Orleans band ($49.95).

Family Concert: “Green Eggs and Hamadeus,” Aug. 9 – The Spokane Youth Orchestra and family activities ($5).

Jonatha Brooke and Michelle Shocked, Aug. 13 – Folky female singer-songwriters, along with a microbrew tasting ($29.95).

Keller Williams and Donavon Frankenreiter, Aug. 14 – Two top alternative singer-songwriters in this year’s Phat Phriday concert ($34.95).

Clint Black, Aug. 15 – The Grammy- and CMA-winning country singer, as part of Super Country Saturday ($49.95).

Grand Finale Concert: Swing! Swing! Swing, Aug. 16 – Clarinet soloist Richard Stoltzman will play the music of Benny Goodman with the Spokane Symphony, plus wine-tasting, ($34.95/$9.95 for youth).

All shows are at Memorial Field. Tickets are available through the festival office (208-265-4554, 888-265-4554, or TicketsWest outlets (509-325-SEAT, 800-325-SEAT,

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