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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.

Nora Jane Struthers & the Party Line: May 2, the Bartlett, $10-$12 BT

Inter Arma: May 7, the Bartlett, $10-$12 BT

Della Mae: May 7, Trent Elementary School, $15


Mimicking Birds + Chris Staples: May 11, the Bartlett, $10-$12 BT

David Bazan: May 12, the Bartlett, $15 BT

Lowest Pair: May 16, the Bartlett, $10-$12 BT

Tuck & Patti: May 30, Kroc Center, $30,

Emily Kinney: June 11, the Bartlett, $15 BT

Stevie Lynn: June 12, the Bing, $20 TW

Surfer Blood: June 13, the Bartlett, $15-$18 BT

Grieves: June 21, the Bartlett, $18-$20 BT

Matt Baker Comedy and Stunt Show: June 26, the Bing, $15-$20 TW

Blitzen Trapper: June 30, the Bartlett, $17 BT

Jessica Hernandez and the Deltas: July 2, the Bartlett, $10-$12 BT

Graham Nash: July 15, the Bing, $46-$56 TW

Keb’ Mo’: July 30, the Bing, $47-$57 TW

Craig Campbell: Aug. 26, Kootenai County Fairgrounds, $16

Kamelot, Dragonforce: Dec. 1, Knitting Factory, $26-$100 TB (on sale May 7)

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