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Fall concert calendar full of rescheduled events at the Fox

UPDATED: Thu., July 2, 2020

Though much is still up in the air, music might soon fill the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox as more shows, which were affected by COVID-19 closures, have been rescheduled.

Country star Ronnie Milsap is set to take the Fox stage on Sept. 26. Milsap was originally scheduled to perform March 24, then on Sept. 28. Tickets are $35.50-$89.50 through

On Oct. 2, pianist Walt Wagner will bring bassist Dan Dean and drummer Ben Smith to the Fox as the Walt Wagner Trio, rescheduled from June 5. Tickets are $35-$65. VIP tickets are $125 and include a concert ticket, an exclusive pre-concert solo performance, photo op and autograph from Wagner.

Latin rock star Juanes is scheduled to bring his “Mas Futuro Que Pasado” tour to the Fox on Oct. 8. Tickets are $42.50-$102.50, and there also are three VIP packages available.

Finally, comedy duo Kristin Hensley and Jen Smedley, aka #IMomSoHard, will perform on Oct. 22, rescheduled from July 16. Tickets are $49.75-$134.75 or $159.75 for the VIP package, which includes premium seating and a post-show meet-and-greet.

As of now, Spokane Symphony concerts including “Star Wars: A New Hope” in Concert (Sept. 12-13, rescheduled from March 21-22), and “The Magic of Halloween” (Oct. 30-31) are still on the Fox schedule, but those dates are subject to change as the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect entertainers and venues.

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