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Unless otherwise noted, tickets are available through TicketsWest (TW); Ticketmaster (TM); Ticketweb (TB); TicketFly (TF), Hold My Ticket (HMT,, Northern Quest (NQ) or the Bartlett (BT, 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.

Added this week

The Fabulous Thunderbirds: Dec. 31, Northern Quest, $25 NQ

Jim Jeffries: Jan. 23, the Bing, $39.50 TW

Jesse Cook: Feb. 5, the Bing, $47-$57 TW

Nicole Lewis: Jan. 23, Chateau Rive, $10 TW

Wylie and the Wild West: Feb. 12, Chateau Rive, $20 TW

New West Guitar Group: Feb. 20, Chateau Rive, $15 TW


“The Sound of Music” Singalong: Dec. 6, the INB, $20 TW

Pepper: Dec. 6, Knitting Factory, $18 TB

Spokane Jazz Orchestra with Charlotte Carruthers: Dec. 6, the Bing, $24-$26 TW

The Wailin’ Jennys: Dec. 7, the Bing, $47-$57 TW

Geoffrey Castle’s Celtic Holiday Concert: Dec. 6, Jones Theatre, Pullman, $16 TW

“King of Kings” with the Singing Nuns: Dec. 10, the Bing, $16-$20 TW

Scot Bruce as Elvis: Dec. 11, Coeur d’Alene Casino, $15-$25 TW

Flogging Molly: Dec. 13, Knitting Factory, $33 TB

Eugene Ballet’s “Nutcracker”: Dec. 14, Beasley Coliseum, $16-$32 TW

Down: Dec. 15, Knitting Factory, $25 TB

Christmas with Michael W. Smith: Dec. 18, INB, $45-$75 TW

Hunks: The Show: Dec. 18, Coeur d’Alene Casino, $15-$25 TW

Moonshine Bandits: Dec. 20, Palomino Club, $12 TW

Sammy Eubanks Blues Christmas: Dec. 20, Knitting Factory, $0-$10 TB

Spokane Symphony Holiday Pops: Dec. 20-21, the Fox, $28-$62 TW

Bret Michaels: Dec. 21, Northern Quest, $55-$75 NQ

Christmas at the Bing: Dec. 21, the Bing, $15-$20 TW

Black Label Society: Dec. 28, Knitting Factory, $31 TB

Mark Maverick Hypnotism Comedy Show: Dec. 31, Red Lion Hotel at the Park, $25-$35 TW

Spokane Symphony “Beethoven’s Ninth”: Dec. 31, the Fox, $16-$28 TW

Bone Thugs-n-Harmony: Dec. 31, Knitting Factory, $30-$100 TB


Sammy Kershaw, Aaron Tippin and Darryl Worley: Jan. 9, Northern Quest, $35-$55 NQ

David Lindley: Jan. 9, the Bing, $22 TW

Randy Rogers Band: Jan. 11, Knitting Factory, $12 TB

Symphony With a Splash: Jan. 16, the Fox, $25 TW

Wrangler Professional Bull Riding Classic: Jan. 16-17, Spokane Arena, $10-$75 TW

Hell’s Belles: Jan. 17, Knitting Factory, $13.50 TB

Rain: Jan. 19, Northern Quest, $25-$55 NQ

W. Makau Bell: Jan. 23, the Bartlett, $15 BT

“Disney Live! Pirate & Princess Adventure”: Jan. 23, Spokane Arena, $20-$50 TW

David Fulton: Jan. 24, the Bing, $20 TW

Spokane Symphony “Debussy and Mahler”: Jan. 24-25, the Fox, $15-$54 TW

Tribal Seeds: Jan. 28, Knitting Factory, $15 TB

Aaron Lewis: Jan. 29, Northern Quest, $45-$65 NQ

Eric Church: Jan. 29, Spokane Arena, $27-$67 TW

G Love and Special Sauce: Jan. 31, Knitting Factory, $22.50 TB


Eric Johnson & Mike Stern: Feb. 2, the Bing, prices TBA TW

Adrian Legg: Feb. 5, Chateau Rive, $20 TW

Rani Arbo and daisy mayhem: Feb. 6, Jones Theatre, $16 TW

Foghat: Feb. 6, Northern Quest, $35-$55 NQ

(Sold out) Sleater-Kinney: Feb. 8, Knitting Factory, $25 TB

Odesza: Feb. 12, Knitting Factory, $15 TB

Miranda Lambert: Feb. 12, Spokane Arena, $39.75-$54.75 TW

August Burns Red: Feb. 14, Knitting Factory, $20 TB

Bill Medley and Christopher Cross: Feb. 14, Northern Quest, $45-$75 NQ

Harlem Globetrotters: Feb. 17, the Arena, $23-98 TW

New West Guitar Group: Feb. 20, Chateau Rive, $15 TW

Comedian Jim Breuer: Feb. 20, Northern Quest, $35-$55 NQ

Iration: Feb. 21, Knitting Factory, $18-$65 TB

Jayme Stone’s Lomax Project: Feb. 25, the Bing, $17 TW

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