Downtown Spokane

Calendar of Events & Activities

Calendar of events updated each Monday. To submit your downtown event for promotion, email info@downtownspokane.net or call 509.456.0580.

April 23 & 24 LECTURE – Handmade Nation by Faythe Levine, MAC, FREE admission, for more information to go NorthwestMuseum.org

April 24 COMMUNITY FORUM – Help decide the future of Riverfront Park and learn about proposed improvements, 6-8pm, City Council Chambers first floor. More

April 24 MOVIE – The 50 Hour Slam Rewind, 8:30pm, the Magic Lantern Theater. www.magiclanternspokane.com

April 25-26 WOMEN – 2014 Annual Women’s Show, Spokane Convention Center, for more information go to Washington.Providence.org

April 27 RACE – Komen Eastern Washington: Race for the Cure, Downtown Spokane, for more information go to KomenEasternWashington.org

April 30 COMMUNITY FORUM – Town Hall safety meeting with Police Captain Judi Carl, 4:30-6:00pm, City Council Chambers.

April 30 CONCERT – Los Lonely Boys, 8pm, Knitting Factory, for more information go to sp.knittingfactory.com

 

May 1 CONCERT – An Evening with Steep Canyon Rangers, Bluegrass music, 7:30pm, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheater.com or ticketswest.com

May 1 CONCERT – Eli Young Band, Doors: 7pm/Show: 8pm and 11:55pm, Knitting Factory Concert House, for more information go to sp.knittingfactory.com or ticketweb.com

May 1 SYMPHONY – Spokane Symphony: Link-The Orchestra Moves, 7pm, Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, for more information go to foxtheaterspokane.org

May 1-June 7 ART – Legacy of the Kiln: The Works of Terry Gieber and His Former Students, Jundt Art Museum at Gonzaga University, for more information go to gonzaga.edu or spokanearts.org

May 1-July 3 ART – Art Exhibit: Very Carefully, Chase Gallery at City Hall, for more information go to spokanearts.org

May 1-August 23 – ART – Meet Me at the Spot: The Art of Patrick Silver, Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture, for more information go to northwestmuseum.org

May 1-January 30, 2016 – EXHIBITION – 100 Stories: A Centennial Exhibition, Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture, for more information go to northwestmuseum.org

May 2 FIRST FRIDAY – Monthly art & retail promotion series, Downtown venues, 5-8pm, 509.456.058, for more information go to downtownspokane.net or pick up an Inlander.

May 2 RALLY– Food truck rally celebrating the re-opening of Huntington Park and City Hall Plaza, 10am-8pm. Ribbon cutting at 10:30am, Post Street north of Spokane Falls. More

May 2 CONCERT – Pigs on the Wing “A Tribute to Pink Floyd,” Doors: 7pm/Show: 7:30pm and 11:55pm, Knitting Factory Concert House, for more information go to sp.knittingfactory.com or ticketweb.com

May 2-4 TRADESHOW – Bloomsday Trade Show and Check-In, Spokane Convention Center, for more information go to spokanecenter.com

May 2-June 1 THEATER – Becky’s New Car is a laugh-out-loud new comedy, Spokane Civic Theatre, for more information go to spokanecivictheatre.com or ticketswest.com

May 3 FILM FESTIVAL –50 Hour Slam 2014. Finalist screening, 6pm. Closing ceremonies 9:30pm, The Bing Crosby Theater. 50hourslam.com

May 3 GALA -- Celebrate the 40 year anniversary of Expo 74 at a special gala event presented by the Spokane Parks Foundation, Spokane Convention Center Ballroom. www.expo74.org

May 4 BLOOMSDAY – 38th Annual Lilac Bloomsday Run, for more information go to Bloomsdayrun.org

May 4 COOKING – Surf and Turf with Dessert, 2:00pm, The Kitchen Engine. More

May 5 COOKING – A Cinco de Mayo Fiesta, 5:30-7:30pm, The Kitchen Engine. More

May 6 READING – Story Time for Kids every Tuesday and Friday, 10am & 10:30am, Downtown Library, for more information go to spokanelibrary.org

May 6 COOKING – Sweet & Savory Crepes, 5:30pm, The Kitchen Engine. More

May 7 COOKING – Not your ordinary Burgers, 5:30pm, The Kitchen Engine. More

May 7 BALLET – Spokane Ballet Studio Recital, for more information go to spokaneballetstudio.com/index.html

May 7-25 THEATRE – Wicked, The Untold Story of the Witches of Oz, INB Performing Arts Center, for more information go to inbpac.com 

May 8 COOKING – Home-made Pasta Making, 5:30pm, The Kitchen Engine. More

May 8-25 THEATRE – The World Goes ‘Round, Interplayers, for more information go to interplayerstheatre.org or call (509) 455-7529 or ticketswest.com

May 9 INDOOR FOOTBALL – Spokane Shock vs Pittsburgh Power, 7:00pm, Spokane Arena, for more information and schedule go to spokaneshock.com or call 509.242.7462

May 10 PARADE – 62nd Annual Junior Lilac Parade, a treasured, long-standing tradition in Spokane, 10am-1pm, for more information go to spokanejlp.org

May 10 CONCERT – Latin Divas- Spokane Jazz Orchestra, 8:00pm, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheater.com or ticketswest.com

May 10 CONCERT – The Led Zeppelin Experience with No Quarter, Doors: 7:30pm/Show: 8:30pm, Knitting Factory Concert House, for more information go to sp.knittingfactory.com or ticketweb.com

May 10 & 11 – SYMPHONY – Spokane Symphony Classics: Russian Greatness, Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, for more information go to foxtheaterspokane.org

May 12 – EVENT – Women Helping Women, 11am-2pm, Spokane Convention Center, Exhibit Hall BC, for more information go to spokanecenter.com or whwfspokane.org

May 12-16 BIKE TO WORK WEEK – for more information go to spokanebikes.net

May 12 COOKING – Classic Cinnamon Rolls, 5:30-7:30pm, The Kitchen Engine. More

May 14 CONCERT – Musicfest Northwest Young Artist Concert, 7:30pm, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheater.com or www.musicfestnorthwest.org.

May 15 COMEDY – Doug Clark’s First (and possibly last) Roast of the Mayor – 7:30pm, Bing Crosby Theater for more information go to bingcrosbytheater.com or ticketswest.com

May 16 BENEFIT – "The Green Carpet Event," an evening at Wicked, benefiting the YWCA of Spokane, 6pm at the INB Performing Arts Center. $150 per ticket. More

May 16 CONCERT – Musicfest Northwest Festival Highlights Concert, 7:30pm, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheater.com or www.musicfestnorthwest.org.

May 16 and 17 MOTIVATIONAL – Living Proof Live with Beth Moore, 7:00pm, Spokane Arena, for more information go to spokanearena.com or www.lifeway.com

May 16 to June 1 THEATER – I Read About My Death In Vogue Magazine, A lively, funny dramatization of the cultural images of women from the 1950s to today and how they were affected by the rise of feminism, Stage Left Theater, for more information go to spokanestageleft.org

May 16 to June 15 THEATER – Gypsy, Classic Comedy/Dramatic Musical, Spokane Civic Theatre, for more information go to spokanecivictheatre.com or ticketswest.com

May 17 CAR SHOW – 14th Annual Cruizin’ the Falls Car Show, the cruise part of the show starts at 6pm, for more information go to spokanelilacfestival.org

May 17 PARADE – 76th Annual Lilac Festival Armed Forces Torchlight Parade, 7:45pm, for more information go to spokanelilacfestival.org

May 17 ROLLER DERBY – Lilac City Rollergirls, 5:30pm-9:30pm, Spokane Convention Center, Exhibit Hall C, for more information go to spokanecenter.com or lilaccityrollergirls.com

May 18 COOKING – It's Salmon Season - Make it great every time! 2pm, The Kitchen Engine. More

May 18 SYMPHONY – Spokane Youth Symphony: “Fire,” 4pm-6pm, Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, for more information go to foxtheaterspokane.org

May 19 COOKING – Croissants, 5:30-7:30pm, The Kitchen Engine. More

May 19 CONCERT – Witches’ Night Off, Featuring Company Members from the National Tour of WICKED, 7:30pm, for more information go to bingcrosbytheater.com or ticketswest.com

May 20 COOKING – Summertime Grilling* - Vegetarian Style. 5:30pm, The Kitchen Engine. More

May 21 COOKING – Authentic Mexican Cooking - Traditional Tamales, 5:30pm, The Kitchen Engine. More

May 21 CONCERT – One Tree Music Presents: James Otto, Doors: 7:00pm/Show: 8:00pm, Knitting Factory Concert House, for more information go to sp.knittingfactory.com or ticketweb.com

May 22 COOKING – Egg Rolls, Spring Rolls and Vietnamese Rice Paper Wraps. 5:30pm, The Kitchen Engine. More

May 23-June 1 – THEATER – Christian Youth Theater (CYT) presents Disney’s Beauty and the Beast JR, for more information go to bingcrosbytheater.com, ticketswest.com or www.cytspokane.com

May 29 COOKING – Artisan Pizza, 5:30pm, The Kitchen Engine. More

May 30 June 1 ARTFEST 2014 - MAC, free admission, for more information to go northwestmuseum.org

May 30-31 MUSIC FESTIVAL - Volume 2014, presented by The Inlander, eight downtown locations. volume.inlander.com

May 31 EXPO – Windermere Marathon Expo, Spokane Convention Center, Hall B1, form more information go to spokanecenter.com or windermeremarathon.wordpress.com

 

June 1 MARATHON – 6th Annual Windermere Marathon and Half Marathon, for more information go to windermeremarathon.com

June 2 MUSICAL – In My Life – A Musical Theatre Tribute to the Beatles, 7:30pm, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheater.com or ticketswest.com

June 3 READING – Story Time for Kids every Tuesday and Friday, 10am & 10:30am, Downtown Library, for more information go to spokanelibrary.org

June 6 FIRST FRIDAY – Monthly art & retail promotion series, Downtown venues, 5-8pm, 509.456.058, for more information go to downtownspokane.net or pick up an Inlander.

June 8 COMEDY – Lily Tomlin, one of America’s foremost comediennes is coming to the stage, 7:30pm-10pm, Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, for more information go to foxtheaterspokane.org

June 12-28 THEATER – The Foreigner, Interplayers, for more information go to interplayerstheatre.org or call (509) 455-7529 or ticketswest.com

June 14 CONCERT – The Music of Andrew Lloyd-Webber Featuring Jadd Davis and Friends, 2pm & 7:30pm, for more information go to bingcrosbytheater.com or ticketswest.com

June 14 PARADE – 23rd Annual Pride Parade, 12pm, for more information go to outspokane.org

June 28 & 29 HOOPFEST – 25th Anniversary of the largest 3-on-3 basketball tournament, for more information go to spokanehoopfest.net

 

Plus, readings at Auntie’s Bookstore, cooking classes at the Kitchen Engine in the Flour Mill, eclectic art galleries, unique shopping, the region’s best dining, and so much more!

 

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