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Looking ahead

Unless otherwise noted, tickets are a vailable through TicketsWest (TW); Ticketmaster (TM); Ticketweb (TB); TicketFly (TF), Hold My Ticket (HMT), Northern Quest (NQ), Nashville North (NN, 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

Speakeasy Style: April 9, Coeur d’Alene Casino, $20 TW

UZ: April 15, Swaxx, $15-$20 TF

Baby Eazy-E: April 15, the Pin, $15 HMT

Jeremy McComb: April 15, Nashville North, Stateline, $5 NN

Aaron Watson: April 17, Nashville North, Stateline, $15-$20 NN

Loudpvck: April 21, Swaxx, $10-$35 TF

MB: US Bastards: April 23, the Pin, $10 HMT

Social Repose/Whitney Peyton: May 6, the Pin, $10 HMT

The Helio Sequence: May 7, the Bartlett, $13-$15 BT

Commander Cody: May 12, the Roadhouse, $15 TW

Fox Records’ Up and Rising Festival: May 14, the Pin, $10 HMT

Jeffrey Foucault: May 21, the Bartlett, $13-$15 BT

Unicorn Death/Empyrean Throne: May 23, the Pin, $10 HMT

Anvil: May 26, the Pin, $15 HMT

Twisted Insane: June 4, the Pin, $10 HMT

Daniel Castro Band: June 10, the Roadhouse, $15 TW

Prozak: June 14, the Pin, $15 HMT

Doll Skin: June 19, the Pin, $10 HMT

Roy Rogers: June 23, the Roadhouse, $15 TW

Kokane: June 25, the Pin, $10 HMT

PDP: July 4, the Pin, $10 HMT

Wallace Blues Festival: July 9, downtown Wallace, $40 TW (on sale April 15)

Jason Boland & the Stragglers: Aug. 13, Nashville North, $18-$20 NN


“The Dinner Party”: April 1-2 and 8-9, Jones Theatre, Pullman, $10 TW

Thunder From Down Under: April 2, Northern Quest, $25-$35 NQ

Killswitch Engage: April 2, Knitting Factory, $29 TB

Tenth Avenue North, Hawk Nelson, I Am They: April 2, Open Point Bible Church, $25-$50 TF

Spokane Symphony “Genius Evolution”: April 2-3, the Fox, $25-$54 TW

Intervals: April 5, the Pin, $15 HMT

Pegboard Nerds: April 6, Swaxx, $15-$30 TF

Slaves: April 6, the Pin, $18 HMT

Home Free: April 7, the Fox, $23.50-$125 TW

Christopher Titus: April 7, Knitting Factory, $25-$35 TB

St. Vinny’s Comedy Show: April 8, Coeur d’Alene Casino, $25 TW

Jeff Dunham: April 8, Spokane Arena, $47.50 TW

Tyrone Wells: April 8, Chateau Rive, $20 TW

The Band Perry: April 9, Beasley Coliseum, Pullman, $56.50-$61.50 TW

Folk Inception, the Holy Broke: April 9, the Bartlett, $10-$12 BT

For King and Country: April 9, INB, $25-$75 TB

Keith Sweat: April 10, Coeur d’Alene Casino, $35-$45 TW

Pete Yorn: April 10, the Bartlett, $31.50 BT

(Canceled) So This Is Suffering: April 12, the Pin, $10 HMT

Third Eye Blind: April 13, Knitting Factory, $35-$38 TB

Salt-N-Pepa with DJ Spinerella and En Vogue: April 14, Northern Quest, $55-$95 NQ

Parachute: April 15, Knitting Factory, $19 TB

Herrick: April 15, Chateau Rive, $10 TW

Hell’s Belles: April 15, the Hive, Sandpoint, $15 TW

Symphony with a Splash: April 15, the Fox, $25 TW

The Thermals: April 16, the Bartlett, $12-$15 BT

Paul McCartney: April 17, Key Arena, Seattle, $39.50-$250 TM

Pert Near Sandstone, Head for the Hills: April 17, the Bartlett, $10-$12 BT

2Cellos: April 18, INB, $29.50-$59.50 TW

The Story So Far: April 19, Knitting Factory, $18.50 TB

Kleen Respect: April 20, the Bing, $26-$32 TW

ABBA The Concert: April 20 at Northern Quest, $35-$65 NQ

Flatbush Zombies: April 20, Knitting Factory, $18-$20 TB

DEJ LOAF, Bonaphied, Prodiga 1 and Slightly Flagrant: April 21, Knitting Factory, $25-$120 TB

Arlo Guthrie’s “Alice’s Restaurant” 50th Annivesary Tour: April 23, the Bing, $47-$101 TW

Johnny Mathis: April 24, the INB, $35-$125 TW

Dirty Rotten Imbeciles: April 24, the Pin, $15 HMT

“The Intergalactic Nemesis: Target Earth”: April 28, Jones Theatre, Pullman, $16 TW

Peter Rivera: April 29, Chateau Rive, $15 TW

Spokane Symphony SuperPops Cirque Musica Crescendo: April 30, the Fox, $28-$62 TW

Isaac Tribute Festival with Sammy Eubanks and Elijah & The Tufnals: April 30, Knitting Factory, $10-$37.50 TB


WRVTH: May 1, the Pin, $10 HMT

Devildriver: May 1, Knitting Factory, $20-$22 TB

Wednesday 13: May 5, the Pin, $12 HMT

Loverboy: May 7, Northern Quest, $45-$65 NQ

Spokane Symphony “Blockbusters”: May 7-8, the Fox, $25-$54 TW

Penn & Teller: May 13, Northern Quest Resort & Casino, $65-$95 NQ

Turkuaz: May 13, Knitting Factory, $15-$50 TB

Damien Jurado, Ben Abraham: May 13, the Bartlett, $15 BT

Lily & Madeleine: May 15, the Bartlett BT

Leon Russell: May 16, Knitting Factory, $30 TB

Violent Femmes: May 17, Knitting Factory, $32.50-$35 TB

James McCartney: May 20, the Bartlett, $15 BT

The Piano Guys: May 21, Arena’s Star Theater, $29.50-$179.50 TW

B.O.B.: May 24, Swaxx, $15-$99 TF

Sasquatch: May 27-31, Gorge Amphitheatre, George, Washington, $350 TM

Shakey Graves: May 31, Knitting Factory, $18-$20 TB

Little River Band: May 31, Northern Quest, $35-$65 NQ


Tony Bennett: June 4, Spokane Convention Center, $225-$275 TW

Bobby V, Holiday and Pleasure P: June 4, Knitting Factory, $29.50-$69.50 TB

Black Mountain: June 9, the Bartlett, $18-$20 BT

George Lopez: June 17, Northern Quest, $45-$85 NQ

Mac Sabbath: June 18, Knitting Factory, $13 TB


Bone Thugs N Harmony: July 2, Knitting Factory, $30-$100 TB

Phish: July 15-16, the Gorge, $65 TW

James Taylor and His All-Star Band: July 16, Spokane Arena, $65-$85 TW

Chris Cornell: July 20,the Fox, $45-$96 TW

Watershed: July 29-31 and Aug. 5-7, Gorge Amphitheatre, $199 TM


Michael Franti and Spearhead: Aug. 17, Knitting Factory, $35-$38 TB

5 Seconds of Summer: Aug. 30, Spokane Arena, $25-$79.95 TW


Dave Matthews Band: Sept. 2-4, the Gorge, $48.50-$85 TM (on sale Feb. 19)

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