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Carlos Santana sets date at Spokane Arena

UPDATED: Mon., Jan. 15, 2018

Carlos Santana, photographed in 2017, will bring his band to the Spokane Arena on March 4. (Taylor Jewell / Invision/AP)
Carlos Santana, photographed in 2017, will bring his band to the Spokane Arena on March 4. (Taylor Jewell / Invision/AP)

Rock icon Carlos Santana, who has thrilled audiences with his guitar playing and musicianship over a four-decade career, will bring his band to the Spokane Arena on March 4.

Santana, whose hits include “No One to Depend On,” “Black Magic Woman,” and “Smooth,” a collaboration with Matchbox 20’s Rob Thomas, is known for his seamless blending of Latin American music, rock, African rhythms and blues. Rolling Stone listed him at No. 20 on its 2003 list of the top 100 guitarist of all times, and he has 10 Grammy awards to his name.

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday through all TicketsWest outlets, online at www.ticketswest.com or by phone at (800) 325-SEAT. Prices range from $65.50 to $85.50.

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