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Americans headed into Labor Day weekend — the unofficial end to the Lost Summer of 2020 — amid warnings from public health experts that backyard parties, crowded bars and other gatherings could cause the coronavirus to come surging back.
The Spokane Symphony will perform in Pavillion Park and Comstock Park, and the Coeur d’Alene Symphony will perform in Coeur d’Alene City Park.
We're celebrating the arrival of cool fall temperatures with some sizzling hot dishes cooked over the campfire.
Staking out a spot before the annual Spokane Symphony's Labor Day Concert in Comstock Park can be serious business.
For years, summer in Washington has been marked by Dave Matthews Band spending Labor Day weekend at the Gorge Amphitheatre. After taking a break from the road in 2017, the band is back with a new album and a summer tour, which brings them to the Gorge on Aug. 31 through Sept. 2. The album, scheduled for a summer release, is the band’s ninth studio album and its first since 2012’s “Away From the World.”
With Labor Day weekend a busy time for travel during the year, the Washington State Patrol will be ramping up emphasis patrols and directing resources to put troopers in local areas with heavy traffic and calls for service.
Both concerts, Saturday at Pavillion Park and Monday at Comstock Park, feature the same set list, a mix of patriotic songs and previews of what to expect from the symphony’s upcoming season.
It’s time to start planning the live music portion of your Labor Day weekend. Here are my top suggestions: