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SPOKANE, Wash. – Working from home. Unwilling to go anywhere. Getting tired of the pine trees outside my spare bedroom window.
The 39th annual Royal Fireworks Concert, scheduled for July 26, has been postponed until next summer, the board of trustees of the Spokane Historic Concerts Association announced Monday.
NEW ORLEANS – Bar owners in New Orleans prepared for a soft opening, and an uncertain one, as they began letting customers in Saturday for the first time in months. Capacity is limited to 25%, live music remains prohibited, and nobody knows how many tourists will show on Bourbon Street in the age of COVID-19.
At some point, concerts and other public gatherings will be scheduled. The bigger question is not when but how will promoters set up everything so that it is safe for performers and the audience?
Taylor Swift is canceling all of her performances and appearances for the rest of the year because of the coronavirus pandemic
There is a gaping void by the lack of live musical entertainment. YouTube offers some solace. The following list of the top 10 concerts of all time is obviously purely subjective. There are a number of bands, who could have and should have been on the list.
The social calendar for music and comedy continues to get busier and busier in Spokane, as new shows have been added in the last week.
Three concerts were announced today at the new-and-improved Pavilion at Riverfront as part of the Spokane Pavilion Concerts series.
Equal parts shocking and exhilarating, Wednesday night hit an early climax right about the time In This Moment lead singer Maria Brink – channeling every ounce of influence possible from the stage presence and bravado of Alice Cooper – climbed to the top of a podium.
The annual concert is back after a two-year hiatus.
During Brett Eldredge’s 80-minute set, he mentioned his first show in Spokane years ago at the Knitting Factory. In terms of the night’s refreshments, he shared, “I’m on my second whiskey.” He also repeatedly mentioned the perfect weather (it dipped to the 50s by concert’s end) and his mood: “I’ve got no worries right now. Isn’t that how it should be?”
Here’s a look at a handful of shows coming up this week, plus a list of concerts happening in the coming months to add to your calendar now.
“The Pride of America” and “The Pride of Country Music,” who would perform about 30 songs in a nearly 90-minute set, flubbed the lyrics to three to four classics. It was a little heartbreaking to witness, but, being the 85-year-old consummate professional that he is, Pride laughed it off.
In a 360 of her career as one of the most successful “American Idol” champions, Carrie Underwood brought her Cry Pretty Tour 360 to Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena on Wednesday night, and the overall theme of the evening was a celebration of women, including the headliner herself who has become a role model and idol since her victory in 2005.
Despite the rain the past few days, summer has arrived early in the form of Thomas Rhett’s Very Hot Summer Tour with opening act Dustin Lynch. The “it boy” of country’s headliner tour kicked off Friday night at Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena, and both singer-songwriters warmed things up quickly inside after concertgoers waited in security lines outside in the rain.
The ska punk mainstays will promote their ninth and latest studio album, “Life Sucks, Let’s Dance!” on Jan. 15 at the Knitting Factory. Aaron Barrett, the main songwriter and only remaining member from the band’s original lineup 26 years ago, said the new record is more hopeful than the sarcastic tracks of albums past.
In case you’re wondering, that top-end $252 ticket for KISS is not a VIP experience. One of those, which includes a meet and greet with the band, will set you back $1,531.50 to $2,502.
Eckart Preu and assistant conductor Jorge Luis Uzcategui will share conducting duties during both performances.
Our weekly roundup of new shows going on sale in the next 7 days.
The Park Bench Cafe at Manito Park kicks off its outdoor music season tonight. The folks at Arbor Crest have been at it for a few weeks now with their twice-weekly outdoor shows. The Hotel RL recently announced its lineup of shows, and things are brewing with the Live After 5 series in Coeur d’Alene.