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Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Don't miss Crave! Thursday through Saturday

Crave!, the Spokane area's spectacular food event, is this Thursday-Saturday, July 11-13 at Centerplace Regional Event Center in Spokane Valley. Three days of fun and fabulous food, plus a great lineup of entertainment:

Thursday July 11, 6-9pm - Seafood Bash with Hot Club of Spokane.
Friday, July 12, 6-9 pm - Fire & Smoke with Live cultural entertainment by The Coeur d'Alene Tribe. Then Nat Park and the Tunnels of Love to finish out the evening.
Saturday, July 13 Noon- pm, - Grand Tasting with Nick Grow. Then Foods from around the World, 6-9pm with Milonga.

Also on Saturday from 9-11:30pm - Food from around the World After Party. Everyone that purchases tickets to Foods from around the World gets into the after party with Buffalo Jones entertaining.

You can still get tickets at

Wallace Blues Festival this weekend

The Historic Wallace Blues Festival, voted 'Best Blues Event' 4 times by the Inland Empire Blues Society and an inductee into their 'Blues Hall of Fame' is this Friday through Sunday, July 12-14 at Wallace City Center. 16 Bands & single performers on 4 stages featuring a beer garden as well as 20 Unique Shops, 10 Restaurants, 7 Pubs, 2 Breweries, and an Espresso and Wine Bar.

For more information, visit

Talk about a bunch of laughs!

Steve Martin and Martin Short are coming to Northern Quest Sunday, July 21 at 7:30 pm.

Go to for tickets and more information.

Madame Butterfly Opera coming to The Fox this September

Tickets are on sale now for Inland Northwest Opera's upcoming performances of Puccini's Madame Butterfly at Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox, coming September 20 & 22. Soprano Elizabeth Caballero will star as Cio-Cio San and the role of Lieutenant Pinkerton will feature tenor Chad Shelton. Both appeared in the 2018/19 MET season. Mezzo-Soprano, Sandra Piques Eddy will appear as Suzuki, a regular with the MET.

Madame Butterfly tells the story of a young Japanese maiden whose pride and honor are wounded by an American naval officer, leading to heartbreak and tragedy. This production, directed by Fenlon Lamb, will feature an innovative set design constructed by Papermoon Opera Productions. The unique lighting and projections will complete the dramatic effects for the highly stylized paper sets. Conductor Dean Williamson, who is entering his fourth season as Music Director of the Nashville Opera, returns to INO where he received his opera conducting debut.

Tickets are available at 509-624-1200 or

New Exhibit at Art Spirit Gallery

The Art Spirit Gallery unveils The Land of Milk and Honey, inspired by a collection of work by Mary Frances Dondelinger of Coeur d'Alene. The exhibit also includes work by Victoria Brace and Erin Ellithorpe. The opening reception is this Friday, July 12 from 5-8pm.

Visit the for more information.

Mozart on a Summer's Eve in Manito Park July 16 & 17

Connoisseur Concerts' Mozart On A Summer's Eve returns again to Manito Park, Tuesday & Wednesday, July 16 & 17 at 7pm. Concert will be held East of the Duncan Gardens fountain. This year's program features the Wind Ensemble and Ann Fennessy, soprano, and Break of Reality, performing Classical Cello Rock.

Tickets available at Brown Paper Tickets online or by phone at 800-838-3006. For more concert information, visit

Disturbed coming to Arena July 31

Two-time Grammy nominees Disturbed will perform as part of their Evolution Tour at the Spokane Arena, Wednesday, July 31 at 7:30pm. Special guest is In This Moment. Their new album, Evolution, hit No. 1 on Billboard's Top Alternative Albums and Top Rock Albums chart, as well as No. 4 on the Billboard 200.

Tickets are available at or 800-325-SEAT.

Spokane Valley Cycle Celebration coming July 28

Cycle Celebration is set for Sunday, July 28. The bicycle tour of Spokane Valley has been a community fixture since it began in 2013 and is a great way to explore what the area has to offer. There will be a 10- 25- and 50-mile ride to choose from. All rides begin and end at the North Centennial Trailhead across from Mirabeau Point Park at 13500 E. Mirabeau Parkway.

Register and ride and you will be entered to win a Trek Bicycle Checkpoint ALR 5 gravel bike valued at over $2,000. All paid entries are eligible so register before Tuesday, July 16 to have a chance to win.

For more information and to register, visit

Print Portfolio Exchange at Kolva-Sullivan

The Kolva Sullivan Gallery at 115 South Adams presents: Cryptids, A Print Portfolio Exchange with a group of ten Spokane area print artists. The show runs through Saturday, July 27.

Free concert at CdA City Park Sunday

Soul Proprietor brings their Soul, R&B and Motown sounds to a free concert this Sunday, July 14 at the Coeur d'Alene City Park.

Get information about all the free North Idaho concerts this summer at

Special concert at First Nazarene Church July 16

Acclaimed Scottish organ and piano prodigy David Gray, will perform at Spokane First Church of the Nazarene. Gray attended the Royal Academy of Music in London and is Winner of Ian Sutherland Award, Cinema Organ Society of Great Britain, Organist of the Year 2015, American Theatre Organ Society. Performance is Tuesday, July 16 at 7pm, at 9004 N Country homes Blvd.

Admission is free, suggested donation to Organ Fund Appreciated. For more information, call 509-464-1928.

Lonestar coming to First Interstate Center August 18

Lonestar, comprised of Richie McDonald (lead vocals), Michael Britt (lead guitar & backing vocals), Keech Rainwater (drums), and Dean Sams (keyboards & backing vocals), are coming to Spokane for one performance, Sunday, August 18, 8pm at First Interstate Center for the Arts. Their hits include 'No News,' 'Come Crying To Me,' and 'Amazed.'

Tickets available at or 800-325-SEAT.

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