Unless otherwise noted, tickets are available through TicketsWest (TW); Ticketmaster (TM); Ticketweb (TB); TicketFly (TF), Hold My Ticket (HMT, www.holdmyticket.com), Northern Quest (NQ) or the Bartlett (BT, http://thebartlettspokane.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.
Added this week
Harlem Globetrotters: Feb. 17, the Arena, $23-98 TW
Arturo Sandoval: Nov. 7, Cowles Auditorium, $20 TW
Marc Broussard, JJ Grey, Luther Dickinson, Anders Osborne: Nov. 11, the Panida, Sandpoint, $35, available at 4000 Holes, the Long Ear, Eichardt’s and Winter Ridge Foods.
The Growlers: Oct. 16, the Bartlett, $15 BT
Last Comic Standing: Oct. 17, Northern Quest, $35-$65 NQ
Nicole Lewis Band, Angela Marie Project, Christy Lee Comrie: Oct. 17, the Bing, $15 TW
The Sweeplings: Oct. 17 (two shows), the Bartlett, $15 BT
Felicia Michaels: Oct. 18, the Bing, $20 TW
Kill the Noise: Oct. 18, Knitting Factory, $22-$32 TB
Kenny Rogers: Oct. 19, Northern Quest Resort and Casino, $55-$85 NQ
The Mad Caddies: Oct. 21, Knitting Factory, $12 TB
Jason Mraz: Oct. 22, INB, $25-$75 TW
Alter Bridge: Oct. 23, Knitting Factory, $27 TB
Allen Stone: Oct. 24, Knitting Factory, $20 TB
Creedence Clearwater Revisited: Oct. 24, Beasley Coliseum, $55.50-$60.50 TW
Mudhoney: Oct. 24, the Bartlett, $25, BT
Under the Streetlamp: Oct. 25, the INB, $32.50-57.50 TW
Spokane Symphony “Mozart and Strauss”: Oct. 25-26, the Fox, $15-$54 TW
Pac Con Spokane, featuring Stan Lee and William Shatner: Oct. 24-26, Spokane Convention Center, $20/day, $60 weekend TW
Andre Nickatina: Oct. 25, Knitting Factory, $40 TB
Cashore Marionettes: Life in Motion: Oct. 26, Jones Theatre, Pullman, $10 TW
Wayne Hancock: Oct. 26, the Bartlett, $15 BT
Chase Rice: Oct. 27, the Fox, $20 TW
In the Moment: Oct. 28, Knitting Factory, $25 TB
Bassjackers: Oct. 30, Knitting Factory, $18.50-$23 TB
Sir Mix-a-Lot: Oct. 31, the Hive, Sandpoint, $20 TW
Horse Feathers: Oct. 31, the Bartlett, $15 BT
Tech N9Ne/Krizz Kaliko: Oct. 31, Knitting Factory, $28 TB
Warren Miller’s “No Turning Back”: Nov. 1 (two screenings), the Bing, $20 TW
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