If you're out to find the next big name in music or listen to some old favorites, there's a venue in Spokane to meet your musical needs.
|WestCoast Entertainment (Best of Broadway||WestCoast Entertainment (WCE) is the proud presenter of Spokane’s Best of Broadway and National Geographic Live series at the INB Performing Arts Center. High quality national tours, locally presented. Member of Spokane's LGBTA Chamber of Commerce|
|The Modern Theater||Formally the Interplayers, a merge with Lake City Playhouse has ensured that Spokane's Theatre district continues to thrive. Upcoming shows include The Last Five Years, Reasons to be Pretty, and Boeing Boeing. Member of Spokane's LGBTA Chamber of Commerce|
|Spokane Symphony||The Spokane Symphony continues a long tradition as the largest and most active professional performing arts organization in the Inland Pacific Northwest. The 2014-15 Season marks its 69th year. The 70-piece professional orchestra performs for more than 150,000 listeners each season and provides a wide variety of exceptional educational experiences. The orchestra presents critically acclaimed performances featuring some of the world's most respected soloists.Member of Spokane's LGBTA Chamber of Commerce|
|Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox||The classically styled Martin Woldson Theater plays host to the Spokane Symphony most nights as well as many other symphonies in the area.Member of Spokane's LGBTA Chamber of Commerce|
|Spokane Civic Theatre||Incorporated in 1947, the Spokane Civic Theatre is one of the oldest community theatres in the country. Performances were staged first at the old Post Theater, then the Riverside Playhouse beginning in 1957 and until the present facility opened in 1967. Upcoming performances can be found on their website. Member of Spokane's LGBTA Chamber of Commerce|
|Knitting Factory||Downtown’s biggest rock venue has won a loyal regional following. Amid the constant flux of the Spokane all-ages scene, the Knitting Factory has consistently worked to welcome young music lovers. Here, you’ll see everything from local music showcases to big national acts. It's pretty much THE place to catch mid-level to big-name touring acts.|
|Spokane Arena||With big-names like Elton John, Blake Shelton, and Motley Crue, the Spokane Arena is a host to concerts as well as Spokane's indoor football team ensuring an adrenaline filled night!|
|The Bartlett||One of Spokane's newest venues boasts growlers and great under the radar bands. Come early so you can guarantee 1 of 150 spots on the venue floor.|
|Bing Crosby Theatre||Built in 1915, the Bing Crosby Theater is a wonderful venue for music groups, theater performances, film showings, dance performances, comedy shows and more.|
|Blue Door Theatre||You'll never see the same show twice at the Blue Door Theatre--improvised sketch comedy is the name of the game and it's always (pretty much) all new. And if you shout loud enough at the players, you may even be able to control what kind of show you see. Friday shows are all ages but Saturday shows may not be appropriate for young viewers.|
|Ignite! Community Theatre||Ignite! operates a community theatre that provides a variety of opportunities for people to engage in theatrical arts and utilizes their resources and partnerships to reach out into the community.|
|INB Performing Arts Center||They say that there is nothing like a Broadway show, and the INB has plenty of those. Upcoming shows are Guys and Dolls, Sound of Music, and Memphis.|
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