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Legendary Iron Maiden to return to Spokane Arena on Sept. 30

Metal iconoclasts Iron Maiden will return to Spokane next autumn. The British band, while on its Legacy of the Beast world tour, will perform Sept. 30 at Spokane Arena. The word has been that this might be Iron Maiden's last big tour. It'll be worth catching the group, which redefined heavy metal.

Review: Trans-Siberian Orchestra is a welcome return to Spokane Arena

Trans-Siberian Orchestra returned to its annual Black Friday performance of "Christmas Eve and Other Stories" at Spokane Arena and was welcomed with open arms and hearts and a nostalgia felt across multiple generations. The audience was ready for the 25th anniversary performance.

Big, fast and loud trucks return with Monster Jam at Spokane Arena this weekend

It makes perfect sense that Monster Jam truck driver Tristan England named his 2-year-old son Crash. "I love the name, but it's not going to look good on his car insurance card," England quipped. England knows a lot about collisions since he's been on the Monster Jam truck driving circuit for six years. 

The Weeknd cancels tour, including Spokane Arena show in April

R&B and pop singer the Weeknd has canceled his “After Hours” tour dates, including a show scheduled for April at the Spokane Arena. The Weeknd announced plans to hold a stadium tour starting next summer, according to Variety. Dates for the new tour will be announced in coming weeks.

A Doobie Brother’s homecoming as his band plays Spokane Arena

It's fitting that "Liberte," the latest album by the Doobie Brothers, will enter the world Friday, which coincides with the long-of-tooth band's concert at the Spokane Arena. There's symmetry to the release since guitarist-vocalist Patrick Simmons' life started locally.