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Knitting together a mix of rock, hip-hop, reggae

Over the course of the next week, the Knitting Factory Concert House will be soaked in the sunny hip-hop blues of G Love, tanned with the tropical island grooves of The Wailers, mashed in the multi-genre party rock of 311 and thrashed with pioneering speed-metal overlords Megadeth. Here’s a closer look at what’s in store at 919 W. Sprague Ave. (tickets available through TicketsWest outlets, 800-325-SEAT,

Rock, hip-hop, laughs at Knitting Factory

The Knitting Factory has a packed week with shows that are sure to pack in crowds. And there’s a little something for everyone – heavy mainstream rock, stand-up comedy, gypsy-folk punk, acoustic emo-rock, and horrorcore hip-hop. Here’s the lowdown on what’s coming up (tickets for all shows available through TicketsWest,, 509-325-SEAT):

Knitting Factory loads up on alt-music, metal

Alt-rock, alt-country, indie, metal and more metal are the flavors coming through the Knitting Factory in a packed weekend of concerts. Here’s the deal on who’s coming and what’s happening (tickets available through TicketsWest outlets, 509-325-SEAT, 800-325-SEAT,

Knitting Factory plans variety in coming weeks

The Knitting Factory Concert House is stitching together a colorful patchwork of shows over the coming week, covering a wide spectrum of genres including metal, rock, post-hardcore, indie, pop, Americana, country, blues, ska and reggae. Among the highlights are veteran country blues singer Rory Block, popular rock band Blue October, and Nashville’s Ten out of Tenn music collective.

City to replace entertainment district signs

The City of Spokane will replace the signs it placed last month on meters in the new downtown Entertainment Parking District in an attempt clear up confusion over who can park there, and for how long.