Coming Up

Past Events

  • Wednesday, Jul 17 / 12:00am


    USA Roller Sports Indoor National Championships
    Figure: July 17th–July 28th
    Rink Hockey: July 28th–August 3rd
    Speed: July 30th–August 6th

    On July 30th, the National Speed Skating Circuit will have their Professional Speed Skating Circuit event from 7-9:30pm at the Convention Center. The best women and men pro speedskaters in the world battle out races over 100m wooden oval track. The racers include current and past Olympians, World Champions and up and coming young future superstars. Doors open at 6pm, racing starts at 7pm. Tickets are available at the door.

    Location: Spokane Convention Center
    Athletes: 3,000
    Ticketing Information
    -$15 per day, purchased at Tickets West Box Office in the Convention Center, Located in the Point Lobby
    -$30 for a 3 day pass
    -$50 for a 5 day pass
    -$70 for a 7 day pass
    -Free: Active Military, RSA Rink Owners and Children Under 7

  • Sunday, Aug 25 / 1:00pm


    TheaterFest is a one-day showcase of the performing arts, featuring short performances, activities and workshops for kids and adults to play, learn, and try something new. With the goal of ensuring everyone in the community has an opportunity to experience the performing arts, TheaterFest is free to attend and all ages are welcome. TheaterFest provides community members a chance to preview upcoming shows, engage directly with local performers, and experience a wide range of cultural offerings.

    TheaterFest 2019 will be held on Sunday, August 25 at both the Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox and the Bing Crosby Theater. (1-4 p.m. at The Fox, 2-5 p.m. at the Bing). Expanding to two venues means the event can feature more groups and organizations, offer more tabling space, and varied opportunities for community members to engage with local performing arts and cultural groups.

    In 2018, nearly 800 attendees participated in TheaterFest, viewing special performances and previews of upcoming events, as well as hands-on activities like taking a voice lesson from an opera singer, improv comedy exercises, meeting ballerinas and the cast of “Mary Poppins,” or picking up an instrument themselves through the Spokane Symphony’s instrument petting zoo.

    The full schedule of TheaterFest performances and activities will be announced in mid-July, shared here, and posted to

    Are you part of a performing group, theater, or cultural group interested in participating in the 2nd annual TheaterFest? Check out our call for proposals at: Deadline to submit is June 28!

  • Friday, May 3 / 11:00am

    Food Truck Fridays

    Bigger and better! Downtown Spokane is shutting down Wall Street every Friday for May, June, July, and August to bring you Food Truck Fridays!

    This year with a wider variety of trucks, take a break from your day for great food, entertainment and company.

    Appearances by: Compass Breakfast Wagon * Crate * D. Lish’s * King of Tacos * Mac Daddy’s * Mangia * Meat BBQ * Mixed Plate * One Night Stand BBQ * Skewers * Tacos Camargo * Toby’s BBQ

    For a weekly schedule of trucks visit


  • Friday, May 31 / 5:00pm

    Wheatland Bank Free Horse and Carriage Rides

    Horse and Carriage Rides will clip along starting Friday May 31. Enjoy the sights of downtown from a horse drawn carriage, and sit back to enjoy the ride.

    • Fridays 5:00 to 9:00pm
    • Pick-up at 221 N Wall Street, across from the Wheatland Bank ATM.
    • There will be no rides on Friday June 28, the weekend of Hoopfest.

    Please remember the horses require breaks and plenty of water, and that they may be more numerous during hot weather. This will impact wait times for the carriage rides.


    • The carriage travels through downtown along Main Ave and Spokane Falls Blvd
    • Each ride lasts approximately 15 minutes
    • The carriage can comfortably hold up to 8 adults
    • Please wait until the carriage is stopped and secured before boarding or exiting
    • Please ask the driver before petting the horses and do not stand directly in front of the horses
    • Animals are not allowed on the carriage
    • The horses will take a 60 minute break during each shift
    • Carriage rides are subject to cancellation due to weather, road conditions, and mechanical factors.
    • Tips for the driver are appreciated

    Thank you to our sponsor


    With special thanks to

    The Spokane Arena | Peters and Son's Flowers

  • Monday, Jul 8 / 7:00pm

    Summer Workout Series

    Get fit with four nights a week of activity at the TGP in July and August, starting July 8.

    Mondays: Barre with Pure Barre Spokane
    Tuesdays: Zumba and Cardio with Ragamuffin Fitness
    Wednesdays: Yoga with The Union
    Thursdays: Yoga with Abide Yoga

    All activities kick-off at 7:15pm on the TGP, located next to City Hall at 315 N Post, and last between 45 and 60 minutes. Mats will be available to borrow on Yoga and Barre nights, but supplies are limited. Participants should come prepared with appropriate shoes, a mat, a towel and water bottle. Cancellations may occur due to weather conditions, follow @downtownspokane on Facebook and Twitter for announcements.

    The Summer Series is a program of the Downtown Spokane Business Improvement District with support from the City of Spokane and Riverfront Park. Activities are brought to the community free of charge thanks to Numerica.

  • Saturday, May 25 / 7:30pm

    Northwest BachFest - Week 2

    Saturday, May 25 

    Celebrating the music of Scott Joplin with pianist Richard Dowling's "Great Scott" plus An Evening of the Classics with Zuill Bailey, cello, and Richard Dowling, piano.

    A play-list of music showcasing and celebrating the timeless music of Scott Joplin, master of Ragtime. Award-winning Barrister wines available for purchase at the concert for age 21 and over.

    Tuesday, May 28

    An Evening of Classics for Cello and Piano. Artistic Director and 2017 Grammy-Award Winning Cellist Zuill Bailey with Richard Dowling, piano. Award-winning Barrister wines available for purchase at the concert for age 21 and over.

  • Saturday, Aug 10 / 3:00pm

    Gleason Fest

    Gleason Fest is an annual music festival inspired by Spokane native, Steve Gleason, who was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) in 2011. All proceeds benefit the Gleason Initiative Foundation mission of providing life-improving technology and services to those afflicted with ALS and create global awareness for the disease.

    Steve’s intention for the festival is to not only raise funds and create awareness, but to celebrate life, family, and friends, wrapped around great live music. Gleason Fest is now in its seventh year and held at the Lilac Bowl Amphitheatre in Riverfront Park.

    Gleason Fest benefits The Gleason Initiative Foundation (Team Gleason).

    1. Help provide individuals with neuromuscular diseases or injuries with leading edge technology, equipment and services.
    2. Create a global conversation about ALS to ultimately find solutions and an end to the disease.
    3. Raise public awareness toward ALS by providing and documenting extraordinary life adventures for individuals with muscular diseases or injuries.


  • Saturday, Aug 17 / 10:00am

    Unity in the Community

    The region’s largest multi-cultural event. Family Friendly, Free school supplies and bike helmets K-8, children must be present. While supplies last. Cultural Village, Entertainment, Career/Education Fair, Youth Area, Health Fair, Senior Resources and General Vendors. August 17th from 10 am to 4 pm – Riverfront Park Clocktower. Volunteers are needed!!

  • Friday, Nov 23 / 3:00pm

    Wheatland Bank Horse and Carriage Rides

    Wheatland Bank Horse and Carriage Rides will clip along starting Friday November 23 through Christmas Eve. Enjoy the sights of downtown from a horse drawn carriage, sing your favorite carols with family and friends, and sit back to enjoy the ride.
    • Fridays 3pm to 8pm, Saturdays and Sundays noon to 5pm, and noon to 3pm on Christmas Eve.
    • Pick-up at 221 N Wall Street, across from the Wheatland Bank ATM.
    • First-come, first-served; reservations are not taken.

    Please remember the horses require breaks and plenty of water, and that they may be more numerous during cold weather. This will impact wait times for the carriage rides.

  • Friday, Nov 9 / 4:00am

    Inlander Winter Party

    Inlander Winter Party, the BIGGEST SNOW PARTY OF THE YEAR featuring Snowlander Expo and PowderKeg Brew Festival, returns to the Spokane Convention Center on November 9 & 10, 2018. TICKETS ONLY $10.

    The first 2,000 attendees each day will receive a FREE lift ticket to 49 Degrees North Mountain Resort or Mount Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park*!
    *Limit one per person, some restrictions apply.

    Come celebrate the start of the winter season! Inland Northwest retailers will feature low prices on brand new gear to get you ready for the slopes and the cold weather ahead. Regional resorts will also be on hand with season pass specials and everything you need to know before the snow flies.

    Come thirsty! PowderKeg Brew Festival offers 40 varieties of beer and cider including the debut of local and regional winter brews. Choose from several tasting packages – each package comes with a spin on the PowderKeg Prize Wheel.

    Inlander Winter Party — Friday, November 9 from 4pm-9pm, and Saturday November 10 from 10am-7pm.

    For more information visit