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Singer/pianist Jim Brickman announces virtual Christmas show in Spokane

Singer and pianist Jim Brickman was looking forward to going on his annual holiday tour across the U.S. at the end of the year, but the coronavirus pandemic had other plans. Instead of cancelling the tour, Brickman is taking the show on the virtual road. "Comfort and Joy at Home" will find Brickman performing a virtual concert.

Transported to the tropics: Jimmy Buffett-inspired musical will warm Spokane theatergoers

After this week’s cold snap in Spokane, it might actually be a perfect time to “Escape to Margaritaville.” The Jimmy Buffett-inspired Broadway musical is making a swing through Spokane next week as part of its first national tour. The show takes Buffett’s breezy, tropical music and weaves it into a story about a group of people hanging around a past-its-prime hotel on a Caribbean island. When two tourists check in, the hotel becomes a center of romance, fun, adventure and friendship.

‘Mystery Science Theater 3000 Live’ rescheduled to Feb. 6

Due to weather conditions preventing the “Mystery Science Theater 3000 Live” show from arriving in Spokane in time for tonight’s performance at the First Interstate Center for the Arts, the show has been rescheduled to Feb. 6.

‘Cirque Dreams Holidaze’ offers holiday awe, spectacle and cheer

“Cirque Dreams Holidaze” brought holiday cheer to First Interstate Center for the Arts on Friday night, and the spectacle – part circus and part Broadway musical – also offered a big dose of jaw-dropping circus acts, joyful musical productions and colorful, sparkling costumes.