The concert calendar continues to expand in town as the Knitting Factory downtown has added eight shows for September, October and November.
Here’s a look at who’s coming and when, along with ticket links and Facebook event information for the performances.
Casey Donahew: Sept. 18, $20
Ticket link: ticketmaster.com/event/1E005AC88AF21DFA
Facebook event: facebook.com/events/871826430069628
Toadies with Reverend Horton Heat: Sept. 30, $25
Ticket link: ticketmaster.com/event/1E005ABA36BB4C37
Facebook event: facebook.com/events/610537773258494
Black Label Society with Obituary and Prong: Oct. 5, $35
Ticket link: ticketmaster.com/event/1E005ABAF3E341A5
Facebook event: facebook.com/events/902710870577880
Tyler Rich with Shy Carter: Oct. 8, $20
Ticket link: ticketmaster.com/event/1E005AC99D711D4B
Facebook event: facebook.com/events/4160717527314909
Avatar with Magic Sword and Tallah: Oct. 14, $27.50
Ticket link: ticketmaster.com/event/1E005ABA44D74D44
Facebook event: facebook.com/events/405765890537509
Yung Gravy: Nov. 7, $25-$99, tickets on sale Friday at 10 a.m.
Ticket link: ticketmaster.com/event/1E005AD18DEC24A6
Facebook event: facebook.com/events/216277106880359
X Ambassadors with Scarypoolparty and Taylor Janzen: Nov. 16.
Ticket link: ticketmaster.com/event/1E005ACA93C221DE
Facebook event: facebook.com/events/4120606164699007
Blue October: Nov. 19, $32.50, tickets on sale Friday at 10 a.m.
Ticket link: ticketmaster.com/event/1E005ACE0F3CCCEB
Facebook event: facebook.com/events/121815050029764
Daltrey cancels Sept. 1 show
Roger Daltrey announced Wednesday that due to continued COVID-19 restrictions, his Sept. 1 show at Northern Quest Resort & Casino has been canceled.
Daltrey said in a news release: “Due to the uncertainty of the current travel situation and the challenges for a U.K. act to be able to perform in the USA, I have reluctantly decided to cancel the shows. I hope to rebook them in the near future.”
Refunds will be credited to a ticket buyer’s account. For those who paid cash, refunds will be available at the Northern Quest box office. Questions? Email the box office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Allman Betts Band adds acts
The Allman Betts Band, who headlines Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox on Sept. 11, has added two opening acts to the show: Marc Ford (marcfordmusic.com/band) and the River Kittens (m.facebook.com/riverkittens).
River Kittens will play as an acoustic duo for 20 minutes to open the evening, followed by a short break, and then Marc Ford will perform a 40-minute set. ABB will close out the night with a 90- to 120-minute set downtown.
Tickets are available at foxtheaterspokane.org.
Symphony to perform summer concerts
The Spokane Symphony will perform three Wednesday evening concerts at local outdoor venues this summer. Tickets go on sale Friday.
“Words cannot express how happy the Spokane Symphony is to be returning to live music in Spokane,” Spokane Symphony executive director Jeff vom Saal said in a statement. “It’s been a long time, and we’ve missed playing music for everyone.”
The outdoor concert lineup is:
July 28 – “Sunset Symphony” at Arbor Crest Wine Cellars, 4705 N. Fruit Hill Road. A selection of food from chef Chad White’s Mediterranean menu along with a variety of Arbor Crest wines will be available for purchase. The event is 21 and older, and no outside food or drink will be allowed. General admission: $25; assigned seating: $55.
Aug. 11 – Brick West Brewing Co., 1318 W. First Ave. Tickets are $18 for general admission and free for children younger 18. For $10 more, patrons will be able to choose from a selection of sandwiches including a Greek chicken wrap, Southwest turkey wrap or Sonnenberg’s Italian sausage.
Aug 25 – Beacon Hill Catering & Events, 4848 E. Valley Springs Road. Tickets are $62 and include a catered gourmet picnic meal. Beverages and snacks will also be available for purchase.
All three concerts start at 7 p.m. For more information and to purchase tickets, go to spokanesymphony.org. – Stephanie Hammett
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