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Period of July 1st, 2014 to July 31st, 2014

An Evening with Asleep at The Wheel

Asleep at the Wheel is a country/Western swing band formed in Paw Paw, West Virginia, but based in Austin, Texas. Altogether, they have won nine Grammy Awards since their 1970 inception. In their career, they have released more than twenty studio albums, and have charted more than twenty singles on the Billboard country charts. Their highest-charting single, "The Letter That Johnny Walker Read", peaked at #10 in 1975.

Ray Benson and Asleep at the Wheel have been presented numerous awards throughout their career. Most recently, the 16th Annual Midsouth Regional Emmy Award for the making of "A Ride With Bob", recognition by Mayor Kirk Watson of Austin, Texas, and the Darrel K. Royal Music Patron Award by The Texas Heritage Songwriters' Association. In 2007, The Austin Chronicle recognized Asleep at the Wheel for Band of the Year, Best Country Band, and into their Hall of Fame. Benson was inducted into the Austin Music Hall of Fame in 2002, was given The Texas Music Association Lifetime Achievement Award in 1996, and recognized as an Outstanding Producer by the National Academy of Recording Arts in 1988. He has also been given numerous Citations of Achievement by Broadcast Music, Inc. for his work in the country music field. Ray Benson and Asleep at the Wheel have been one of the strongest names in Country Music for the last forty years.

Tickets: $34-$44 | Buy Tickets


Tickets: $25.00 | Buy Tickets

Gregg Allman

Gregg Allman is coming to Spokane with his solo group. The Allman Brothers Band co-founder will kick off his West Coast run on May 21 and pledges to hit many of the cities and venues his longtime band never visited. His current solo band features Scott Sharrard (guitar), Ben Stivers (keyboards), Booker T. & the M.G.‘s’ Steve Potts (drums), Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe/Warren Haynes Band’s Ron Johnson (bass) and The Allman Brothers Band’s Marc Quiñones as well as a full horn section.

Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Famer Gregg Allman is both a founding member of one of the biggest and most important American bands of all time, the still-active and thriving Allman Brothers Band, and a critically acclaimed solo talent. A natural artist gifted with a beautifully soulful and distinctive voice as well as brilliant keyboard and guitar expertise, Allman is a legendary performer who, more than 30 years down the road, still loves making music as much as ever, both with the Allman Brothers Band and his own combo.

Tickets: $59.50, $49.50 and $35 | Buy Tickets

Tickets may also be purchased with personalized service at the Box Office of Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox, 1001 West Sprague Avenue, or by calling 509-624-1200.

The Antlers + Yellow Ostrich

  • Date: 07/07/2014

  • Time(s): 8:00pm (7:30pm Doors)

  • Location: The Bartlett

In seven years together, Brooklyn’s The Antlers have created a quiet revolution in thought and sound with their harrowing and often haunted tales of love unmoored, human frailty and emotional evisceration.

Tickets: TBA | Buy Tickets


Jesus Christ Superstar: Live Arena Tour

global phenomenon that has wowed audiences for over 40 years, is reimagined for the 21st century as an arena rock spectacular. Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s groundbreaking rock musical now features an extraordinary cast of rock, pop, and R&B superstars.

The cast includes Brandon Boyd from Incubus as Judas Iscariot, JC Chasez from *NSYNC as Pontius Pilate, Michelle Williams from Destiny’s Child as Mary Magdalene, John Rotten Lydon from Public Image Ltd (PiL) and Sex Pistols as King Herod and introducing Ben Forster as Jesus Christ.

Tickets: $45.00, $65.00, $85.00 & $150.00. | Buy Tickets

New Edition & En Vogue

New Edition’s early Jackson 5-inspired material made them the forerunners of two generations of teen pop and laid much of the groundwork for the fusion of hip-hop and R&B. And all of the original band members from the 80’s will be performing! En Vogue found their inspiration in the traditional female trios of the 50s & 60s, thus forming one of the first modern-day girl groups. This will be a night of new jack swing music you won’t soon forget.

Tickets: $55 / $65 / $85 | Buy Tickets

Happy Together 30th Anniversary Tour

Join us outdoors on July 10 for the Happy Together 30th Anniversary Tour that includes The Turtles featuring Flo & Eddie, Chuck Negron of Three Dog Night, Mark Farner of Grand Funk Railroad, Gary Lewis & The Playboys and Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels.

Tickets: $25 / $35 / $45 | Buy Tickets

Box Office Phone Number: 509-481-6700 (toll-free 877-871-6772)

Jeffery Broussard & The Creole Cowboys

One of the most influential accordionists and vocalists in modern Zydeco music, Jeffery Broussard continues to be one of the genre’s most dynamic performers. He has continually been an innovator, beginning his career with traditional Creole Zydeco music playing drums in his father’s band, Delton Broussard & The Lawtell Playboys, then moving on to develop the nouveau Zydeco sound in Zydeco Force, now returning to the more traditional Zydeco sound with his own band, Jeffery Broussard and The Creole Cowboys.

Tickets: $12 ADV /$15 DOS | Buy Tickets

Spokane Shock vs Arizona Rattlers

Season tickets available now at or by calling the Spokane Shock ticket office at 509-242-7462.

Bonnie “Prince” Billie + David Ferguson

  • Date: 07/18/2014

  • Time(s): 8:00pm (7:30pm Doors)

  • Location: The Bartlett

The man who acts under the name Will Oldham and sings and composes under the name Bonnie “Prince” Billy has, over the past quarter-century, made an idiosyncratic journey through, and an indelible mark on, the worlds of indie rock and independent cinema. With his highly individualistic approach to music making and the music industry, one that cherishes intimacy, community, mystery, and spontaneity; his brilliance has captivated fans and made Bonny one of our most influential and beloved songsmiths. Recent projects in 2012 include Now Heres My Plan (EP), Will Oldham on Bonnie “Prince” Billy(An Autobiography edited by Alan Licht, published by Norton), as well as two singles; Billy F. Gibbons/ Matt Sweeney & Bonny Billy “Oh Well” b/w “Storms”, and Dawn McCarthy & Bonny Billy “Christmas Eve Can Kill” b/w “Walkin the Dog”. In 2013, Bonny released a new full length record of duets with Dawn McCarthy on Drag City.

Tickets: $23 ADV / $28 DOS | Buy Tickets


Disco Quest '70s Party with KC & the Sunshine Band & The Village

Get ready for a summer concert that will feature two of the most recognizable bands ever. KC and the Sunshine Band are as wildly popular today as they were when they first danced into the music scene 40 years ago. Joined by the one-of-a-kind Village People is synonymous with dance music. On Saturday, July 19th you will have a chance to see both these iconic bands perform on the outdoor stage at Northern Quest - be sure to bring your dancing shoes!

Tickets: $45 / $55 / $75 | Buy Tickets

Box Office Phone Number: 509-481-6700 (toll-free 877-871-6772)

KC & The Sunshine Band & Village People

Get ready for a summer concert that will feature two of the most recognizable bands ever. KC and the Sunshine Band are as wildly popular today as they were when they first danced into the music scene 40 years ago. Joined by the one-of-a-kind Village People is synonymous with dance music. On Saturday, July 19th you will have a chance to see both these iconic bands perform on the outdoor stage at Northern Quest to kick off the 2014 summer lineup. Be sure to bring your dancing shoes!

Tickets: $45 / $55 / $75 | Buy Tickets

Charlie Hunter and Scott Amendola

Following up on last year’s critically hailed Not Getting Behind Is The New Getting Ahead, guitarist Charlie Hunter and drummer Scott Amendola return with PUCKER, a lean and sinewy session marked by fierce grooves, caressing melodies, and startlingly intuitive interplay. While Not Getting Behind Is The New Getting Ahead focuses on Hunter's compositions, PUCKER focuses on Amendola's compositions! “After 20 years of constant writing I figured it was time to take a break and explore the guitar again,” Hunter says. “I told Scott, if you’ve got enough music together we could make a record of your tunes. What I like is that it really fits right into what we’ve been doing all along, simple music with a lot of space. Scott’s not burdened by trying to be jazzy. He’s a drummer who’s really listening to everything with big ears. He was already driving the bus." "I think the duo setting works so well because we meet in the middle, and there’s such a wide range of things we can call on. What I love about Scott is that I know he’s not going to play the obvious things when I call on something, and I know it’s going to groove.

Tickets: $12.00 ADV / $15.00 DOS | Buy Tickets

Spokane Poetry Slam

  • Date: 07/21/2014

  • Time(s): 8:00pm (7:30pm Doors)

  • Location: The Bartlett

Spokane Poetry Slam is competitive performance poetry at its Northwest finest! Every first and third Sunday, spoken word warriors battle for Inland Empire supremacy, and a $50 Grand Prize. Each poem is judged by five members of the audience and, after two rounds of poetry, whichever poet has the highest cumulative score is declared the winner! For more information about the rules, click here. Each May, Spokane Poetry Slam will hold our Finals, which will determine once and for all the top four Spokane poets of the year. These poets will be on the team that will represent the Lilac City at the National Poetry Slam, held each August.

Both Spokane Poetry Slam and BootSlam are open to poets and poetry lovers of all ages. For either show, let it be clear: there is no censorship for content. Some poems may include harsh language, adult situations, and extremely beautiful imagery. Use your discretion on whether or not you want to bring Grandma.

Tickets: $5 AT THE DOOR | More Info


Spokane Shock vs Tampa Bay Storm

Season tickets available now at or by calling the Spokane Shock ticket office at 509-242-7462.

Tommy Emmanuel with special guest Antsy McClain

Two-time Grammy nominee Tommy Emmanuel is one of Australia’s most respected musicians. The legendary guitarist has a professional career that spans almost five decades and continues to intersect with some of the finest musicians throughout the world. A household name in his native Australia, Tommy has garnered hundreds of thousands of loyal fans worldwide. Tommy’s unique style – he calls it simply “finger style” – is akin to playing guitar the way a pianist plays piano, using all ten fingers. Rather than using a whole band for melody, rhythm, bass, and drum parts, Tommy plays all that – and more – on one guitar. Guitar legend Chet Atkins was one of the first to inspire Emmanuel to try this “fingerpicker” style as a child. Decades later, Atkins himself became one of Emmanuel’s biggest fans.

Emmanuel’s unusual talent and life are common lore in Australia. Born into a musical family, Tommy and his older brother Phil were considered child prodigies. Tommy got his first guitar at age 4 and was taught by his mother. He learned by ear, with no formal instruction, and has never read music. By the age of 6, he was already working as a professional musician in the family band, variously named The Emmanuel Quartet, The Midget Surfaries and The Trailblazers. Tommy played rhythm guitar and his older brother Phil played lead, along with their brother Chris on drums and sister Virginia on slide guitar. The Emmanuel siblings earned the family’s sole income for several years. Tommy doesn’t remember such responsibility as a hardship: “I’ve spent all my life from the age of four playing music and entertaining people. I never wanted to do anything else.” By age 10, Emmanuel had played his way across Australia.

Tickets: $35-$45 | Buy Tickets

Angel Olsen + Guests

  • Date: 07/30/2014

  • Time(s): 8:00pm (7:30pm Doors)

  • Location: The Bartlett

Many of the superlatives describing Angel Olsen refer to how seemingly little it takes for her to leave an audience speechless, even spellbound. But Olsen has never been as timid as those descriptors imply, and the noisy, fiery hints in her earlier work find a fuller expression on her newest LP, Burn Your Fire for No Witness. Here, Olsen sings with full-throated exultation, admonition, and bold, expressive melody. Also, with the help of producer John Congleton, her music now crackles with a churning, rumbling low end and a brighter energy.

Angel Olsen began singing as a young girl in St. Louis, where she explored the remarkable range of her voice and the places it could take her songwriting. Her self-released debut EP, “Strange Cacti,” belied both that early period of discovery and her Midwestern roots. Cautious and homespun on the one hand, the EP transported us to a mystical, unrecognizable world on the other, and it garnered extensive praise for its enigmatic beauty. Olsen then went further on Half Way Home, her first full-length album (released on Bathetic Records), which mined essential themes while showcasing a more developed voice. Olsen dared to be more personal.

After extensive touring, Olsen eventually settled for a time in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood, where she created “a collection of songs grown in a year of heartbreak, travel, and transformation.” The new songs go on to tell us to leave, or to high-five a lover who is lacking, or to dance our way up and out of sorrow. Many of them also remain essentially unchanged from their bare beginnings. In leaving them so intact, a more self-assured Olsen is opening up to us, allowing us to be in the room with her at the very genesis of these songs, when the thread of creation is most vulnerable and least filtered. Our reward for entering this room are many head-turningmoments and the powerful, unsettling recognition of ourselves in the weave of her songs.

This act of meaning-making recurs as a theme throughout the album, as the sublimating response to the power of negativity. In the song, “Stars”, for example, Olsen wishes to “have the voice of everything” and in a moment of hatefulness and hurt realizes that the strength of fury results in the power she had been seeking all along. Thankfully for us, Olsen has decided to channel a lot of this newfound power into the ethereal, hypnotic performances of her new and revealing songs, sharing with us the full grace and beauty of her transformative moments.

Tickets: $12.00 ADV / $14.00 DOS | Buy Tickets


Tim McGraw with guests Kip Moore & Cassadee Pope

Don't miss Tim McGraw with guests Kip Moore and Cassadee Pope when they hit the Northern Quest Outdoor Stage on July 30! Tim McGraw is a multi-platinum award winning country artist. Singer and songwriter Kip Moore mixes tight country narratives with a touch of heartland rock. Cassadee Pope, winner of the third season of NBC's The Voice, is a powerful singer with a bent toward both pop and country.

Tickets: $89 / $109 / $129 | Buy Tickets

Box Office Phone Number: 509-481-6700 (toll-free 877-871-6772)

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