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Wednesday, September 4, 2019

Spokane Indians playoffs start tonight!



Tonight, September 4 at 6:30pm, the Spokane Indians are headed to the playoffs for the fourth-straight season, and fifth time in the last six seasons. The Indians will face the 2nd Half NWL North Division Champion Tri-City Dust Devils in the first round of the playoffs at Avista Stadium. The winner of the three-game divisional series will advance to the NWL Championship Series to face the winner of the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes and the Hillsboro Hops.

Get your tickets online at spokaneindiansbaseball.com or at the stadium.


Michael Cavanaugh performs the music of Elton John with the Spokane Symphony this Friday



Don't miss the amazing Michael Cavanaugh performing the songs of Elton John with the Spokane Symphony this Friday, September 6, 8pm at Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox. Cavanaugh wowed Spokane audiences performing the music of Billy Joel with the Spokane Symphony earlier this year. The charismatic performer returns to lend his musical brilliance to hits such as 'Benny and the Jets,' 'Your Song,' 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road,' 'Rocket Man,' 'Candle in the Wind,' and more.

Tickets available at the box office, or by phone at 509-624-1200, and online at www.spokanesymphony.org.


Sarah Thompson Moore & The Monumentalists at the Wonder Building

AS2 (Art Spirit Gallery 2 at the Wonder Building) presents artist Sarah Thompson Moore, along with a continuation of The Art Spirit Gallery exhibit 'The Monumentalists,' for First Friday in September, this Friday September 6.

In addition to her studio practice, Thompson Moore creates monumental site-specific public sculptures, the most recent of which was an installation along the Hudson River in Manhattan.

Monumental artists in their own orbits, life-long friends Harold Balazs and Rudy Autio left legacies nationwide. On Friday, September 6, AS2 and The Art Spirit Gallery unveils collections from the two influential and notable sculptors/multimedia artists of the Pacific Northwest, both of whom inspired each other with contagious energy that clearly manifested upon their art.

The opening reception will be on Friday, September 6 from 5-9pm.


Manito Park Plant Sale this Saturday

The Friends of Manito are having their annual Fall Plant Sale this Saturday, September 7 from 8am-3pm, East of the Gaiser Conservatory. Hundreds of plants will be on sale, and the The Friends of Manito members receive a 10% discount. Proceeds support Manito Park improvements.

For more information, or to become a member, visit www.thefriendsofmanito.org.


Spokane Symphony season opening Masterworks concert September 14 & 15



The Spokane Symphony's 74th season starts soon with new Music Director James Lowe. The first concert is Masterworks 1: American Rhythms, on Saturday and Sunday, September 14 & 15 at Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox. Selections include George Gershwin's masterpiece, 'Rhapsody in Blue,' with guest pianist William Wolfram (pictured above), Aaron Copland's Symphony No. 3, and John Adams' 'Short Ride in a Fast Machine.' Don't miss the pre-concert talk by the conductor and guest artist one hour before each performance. Performance times are 8pm on Saturday and 3pm on Sunday.

Tickets available at the box office, or by phone at 509-624-1200, and online at www.spokanesymphony.org.


September exhibit at Trackside Studio

Trackside Studio's September invitational exhibit, features the ceramic works, of artists Lee Ayars, Mat Rude and Seth Charles. There's an artist's reception this Friday, September 6 from 5-8pm and Saturday, September 7 from noon-4. The show runs through September 28 at 115 S. Adams Street.

Go to tracksidestudio.net for more information.


Special Spokane Symphony concert at Riverfront Park's Pavilion September 7



The Spokane Symphony will be part of the grand opening community celebration of the Pavilion in Riverfront Park this Saturday, September 7 at 4pm. The hour-long concert will be the inaugural concert of the Spokane Symphony's new Music Director James Lowe, who is the eighth conductor in the 74-year history of the Spokane Symphony.

The music includes Aaron Copland's 'Fanfare for the Common Man,' Leonard Bernstein's Overture to Candide, John Williams selections from Star Wars and Harry Potter movies, and other highlights from the upcoming 74th season of the Spokane Symphony.


Stage Left Theater opens its new season Friday

Spokane's Stage Left Theater, at 108 West third Avenue, presents References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot, directed by Juan A Mas, to open their 2019-2020 BEYOND BARRIERS season this Friday, September 6 at 7:30pm. The show runs through September 22.

For information and tickets, go to spokanestageleft.org.


Spokane Jazz Orchestra at the Bing September 14



The Spokane Jazz Orchestra presents their first concert of the season on Saturday, September 14, 7:30pm at the Bing Crosby Theater. Special guest artist is jazz vocalist Jamie Shew.

Go to bingcrosbytheater.com for information and tickets.

Marshall Tucker Band at the Fox Saturday night



Don't miss the Marshall Tucker Band, as they make a stop in Spokane at the Martin Woldson Theatre at The Fox this Saturday, September 7 at 8pm. Noted for incorporating blues, country and jazz into its eclectic sound, The Marshall Tucker Band helped establish the Southern rock genre in the early 1970s. While the band had reached the height of its commercial success by the end of the decade, it has recorded and performed continuously under various lineups for 45 years.

Tickets are available at the box office, or by calling 509-624-1200 or at www.ticketswest.com or 800-325-SEAT.


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