Calendar of Events

The Downtown Calendar of Events is updated each Monday. Please submit your event at least 30 days in advance. To submit your downtown event for promotion, email info@downtownspokane.net or call 509.456.0580.

August 27-September 1

FESTIVAL

PIG OUT IN THE PARK. Riverfront Park, for more information go to spokanecity.org

September 1

FESTIVAL

35th Annual Pig Out in the Park, food and music festival, Riverfront Park, for more information go to spokanepigout.org.

September 2

 READING

Story Time every Tuesday and Friday, 10am & 10:30am, Downtown Library, for more information go to spokanelibrary.org.

September 4

MUSIC

Boston: Heaven on Earth Tour with Special Guest Night Ranger, 8pm, Spokane Arena, for more information go to spokanearena.com.

September 4-20

THEATER

Broadway Bound, Neil Simon penned this funny and heartwarming follow up to Brighton Beach Memoirs, Interplayers, for more information go to interplayerstheatre.org.

September 5

 FIRST FRIDAY

Monthly art & retail promotion series, Downtown venues, for more information go to the interactive map or pick up an Inlander.

September 5 & 6

THEATER

Cirque Zuma Zuma, an African-style Cirque de Soleil, fusing culture, acrobatic ingenuity & the amazing artistic talents of 120 performers, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheather.com.

September 5-21

THEATER

These Shining Lives by Melaine Marnich, Directed by Matthew Day, Stage Left, for more information go to spokanestageleft.org.

September 6

DANCE

Classical bellydance and tribal fusion dance presented by Northwest Bellydance at the Bing Crosby Theater. Doors at 6pm, show at 7pm. Tickets $8-$20, call 509.481.1533.

September 7

FESTIVAL

SpokeFest, Riverfront Park.

September 7

MUSIC

Jennifer Nettles, That Girl tour 2014, 8pm, INB Performing Arts Center, for more information go to inbpac.com.

September 11-14

CIRCUS

Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus Presents Super Circus Heroes, Spokane Arena, for more information go to spokanearena.com.

September 12

FESTIVAL

Burleskival 2014, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information visit here.

September 13

MUSIC

MarchFourth Marching Band, A kaleidoscope of musical and visual energy mere “mortal” bands cannot compete with, 8pm, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheater.com.

September 13

COMEDY

Comedienne Anjelah Johnson will bring her family-friendly laughter-inducing show to the stage, 7:30pm, Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, for more information go to foxtheaterspokane.org.

September 14

THEATER

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night, 3pm, for more information go to bingcrosbytheater.com.

September 17

MUSIC

Elton John and His Band, 8pm, Spokane Arena, for more information go to spokanearena.com.

September 18

MUSIC 

Blake Shelton: Ten Times Crazier Tour w/The Band Perry, Neal McCoy, Dan+Shay, 7pm, Spokane Arena, for more information go to spokanearena.com.

September 19–October 19

MUSICAL

Fiddler on the Roof, Spokane Civic Theatre, for more information go to spokanecivictheatre.com or call 509-325-2507.

September 19

MUSIC

Gypsy Swing guitarist Joscho Stephan. The Big Dipper

September 20

RUN

Glow in the Park | A family friendly 5k electric run happening on September 20th at the Spokane Convention Center and Downtown Spokane. Find out more

September 20

FESTIVAL

Fiesta Spokane at Riverfront Park. Part of a month-long celebration. More

September 20

MUSIC

LeRoy Bell & His Only Friends, most people know LeRoy Bell for being a finalist on TV’s the X Factor in 2011, 8pm, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheater.com.

September 20-21 

MUSIC

The Spokane Symphony launches its 2014-15 Season with a program of Romantic masterpieces, Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, for more information go to foxtheaterspokane.org.

September 20-21

ROLLERDERBY

Lilac City Rollergirls, 5:30-9:30pm, Spokane Convention Center Exhibit Hall C, for more information go to spokanecenter.com.

September 25

THEATER

Lilac City Fairy Tales: Music and Literature from Local Muses, will feature seven published, award-winning writers, two locally celebrated bands, and a panel of five local arts organizers, 7pm, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheater.com.

September 26

FUNDRAISER

An Evening with Dr. Ben Carson, Keynote Speaker at Life Services’ 2014 Annual Fall Fundraiser, 7pm, INB Performing Arts Center, for more information go to inbpac.com.

September 26

FESTIVAL

Bridal Festival, the Bridal Festival is your best resource for wedding planning in the Inland Northwest Spokane Convention Center Exhibit Hall A, for more information go to spokanecenter.com.

September 27

MUSIC

Spokane Symphony Superpops: The King – The Music of Elvis, 8pm, Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, for more information go to foxtheaterspokane.org.

September 27

HOCKEY

Spokane Chiefs vs Tri-City Americans Bud Light Opening Night, 7:05pm, Spokane Arena, for more information go to spokanearena.com, ticketswest.com or 509.535.PUCK, for a full Spokane Chief’s schedule go to SpokaneChiefs.com.

September 28 

RACE

El Katif Shriner’s Duck Race, Riverfront Park. Check-in starts at 11am, race at 12:30pm. After the race, join for the Duck Drop at 2:30pm: the exciting start to the famous El Katif Shriners Duck Race down the Spokane River! Register

September 28

MUSIC

Conor Oberst, Rock/Pop, 8pm, Knitting Factory Concert House, for more information go to sp.knittingfactory.com or ticketweb.com.

September 30

MUSIC

Casting Crowns: The Thrive Tour, Christian hit makers Casting Crowns are bringing their Thrive Tour to the Pacific Northwest, along with Grammy Award winner Mandisa and Sidewalk Prophets. Star Theater of the Spokane Arena, for more information go to spokanearena.com.

October 2-18

THEATER

The Hound of the Baskervilles, Sherlock Holmes and his assistant, Dr. Watson, investigate mysterious case of the “Hound of Hell,” Interplayers, for more information go to interplayers theatre.org

October 2

TRIVIA

The first annual Spokane Trivia Championship to benefit Spokane Public Library through STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education and technology advances. Rhe Bing Crosby Theater, 7pm.  More

October 3

FIRST FRIDAY

Monthly art & retail promotion series, Downtown venues, for more information go to the interactive map or pick up an Inlander.

October 3

MUSIC

An Evening with Antsy McClain, singer, songwriter, humorist and small town philosopher Antsy McClain writes what he knows: The good life, 8pm, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheater.com

October 3

MUSIC

Pixies with Special Guest Royal Blood, most influential, pioneering band of the late 80s alt/rock movement with their new iconic “loudquietloud” signature sound, 8pm, INB Performing Arts Center, for more information go to inbpac.com

October 3

THEATER

Bash by Neil Labute, Directed by Jaun Mas, Stage Left Theater, for more information go to spokanestageleft.org

October 4

HOCKEY

Spokane Chiefs vs Prince George Cougars, 7:05pm, Spokane Arena, for more information go to spokanearena.com, ticketswest.com or 509.535.PUCK, for a full Spokane Chief’s schedule go to SpokaneChiefs.com

October 5

MUSIC

Aaron Carter, This Boy That Girl, Matt Ryan King, Rock/Pop, 8pm, Knitting Factory Concert House, for more information go to sp.knittingfactory.com or ticketweb.com

October 7

READING

Story Time every Tuesday and Friday, 10am & 10:30am, Downtown Library, for more information go to spokanelibrary.org

October 8

MUSIC

Cash’d Out, Johnny Cash music, 8:30pm, Knitting Factory Concert House, for more information go to sp.knittingfactory.com or ticketweb.com

October 10

FUN-RAISER

Beyond Pink- A designer bra fashion supporting early detection of breast disease, Spokane Convention Center Integra Telecom Ballroom 100AB, for more information go to spokanecenter.com

October 11&12

MUSIC

Spokane Symphony Classics: Yang Plays Nights in the Gardens of Spain, Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, for more information go to foxtheaterspokane.org

October 12

MARATHON

Spokane Marathon, Riverfront Park

October 12

MUSIC

Carbon Leaf, “Virginia natives Carbon Leaf weave their signature indie-rock blend of Celtic, Appalachian, folk, and country into a rousing new brand of music best described as ‘ether-electrified porch music’, 7pm, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheater.com

October 16-19

THEATER

Blue Man Group, The High-Octane Theatrical Experience, INB Performing Arts Center, for more information go to inbpac.com

October 17-November 16

MUSICAL

Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, A Chilling & Riveting Drama, Spokane Civic Theatre, for more information go to spokanecivictheatre.com or call 509-325-2507

October 24

MUSIC

Allen Stone Bad Rabbits, The BGP, Rock/Pop, 8pm, Knitting Factory Concert House, for more information go to sp.knittingfactory.com or ticketweb.com

October 25

FUNDRAISER

Pumpkin Ball, keeping kids in our community healthy and safe, Spokane Convention Center, for more information go to spokanecenter.com

October 25

MUSIC

Under the Streetlamp, America’s hottest new vocal group delivers classic hits from American Radio Songbook composed of recent leading case from Jersey Boys, 7:30pm, INB Performing Arts Center, for more information go to inbpac.com

October 25-26

MUSIC

Spokane Symphony Classics: Mozart and Strauss, Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, for more information go to foxtheaterspokane.org

October 25 & 26

MUSICAL THEATER

Tommy, a profound and powerful story about a "deaf, dumb and blind kid", named Tommy and how he touches the lives of the people and the world around him, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheater.com


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