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Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Spokane Tribe presents Riverfront Park Fireworks Show



Celebrate Independence Day with The Spokane Tribe of Indians presenting the biggest fireworks show in 20 years at Riverfront Park starting at 10 pm. It's the grand finale for a day filled with family fun in the park.

There are lots of free activities and live music at the Lilac Bowl stage including the Spokane Jazz Orchestra. At the Children's Meadow, Master magician Dick Frost entertains, plus there are many other children's activities including face painting, crafts, games and more. There will be activities all day long starting at 10am including pony rides, tour train, great food and entertainment.

Discount day passes are available for $10 each. No-Li Brewhouse Adult Beverage garden will be open from 2 to 10:30pm.

For more information, visit spokaneriverfrontpark.com.

3rd annual Wallace Blues Festival is July 11 and 12



The Historic Wallace Blues Festival is July 11th and 12th in downtown Wallace, with great blues acts all around town, playing afternoons and evenings. The fun starts Friday night, July 11th, with Sammy Eubanks, Laffin' Bones and Bakin' Phat all playing on 2 different stages. This year's festival features 19 acts. Contact Ticketswest.


Drink D.Lish's lemonade and help Operation Spokane Heroes



Throughout July, D.Lish's Hamburgers at 1825 North Division, will donate 50 cents of every lemonade sale to Operation Spokane Heroes. OSH provides support to the families of our local military personnel as they are serving overseas. D.Lish's is proud to partner with our customers and OSH to say 'thank you' to the men and women of our military who serve our great nation.


Sammy Eubanks at Pavillion Park in Liberty Lake July 4

Great blues artist Sammy Eubanks celebrates Independence Day, along with Bakin Phat, this Friday, July 4, starting at 6 pm at Pavillion Park in Liberty Lake.

Asleep at the Wheel drive into the Bing tomorrow night



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.

They are performing at the Bing Crosby Theater tomorrow night at 7:30. Ticketswest has your seats.


Celebrate the Fourth of July with Bells from St. John's Tower!

Wesley Arai, Associate Carillonist at the University of California, Berkeley, returns to Spokane for his annual Fourth of July Concert at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist. With Arai's own arrangements of carillon music for the holiday spanning the centuries from Bach to Scott Joplin to John Philip Sousa, the highlight of this year's program will be Sousa's 'Stars and Stripes Forever' played as a duet with Cathedral Carilloneur, Byrl Cinnamon.

The St. John the Evangelist Carillon in Bishop Cross Tower is one of the finest in the world and one of a very few in the Pacific Northwest. The carillon consists of 49 bells, cast and installed by John Taylor & Sons of Loughborough, Leicestershire, England. The bells are played prior to Sunday services, as well as times of religious and civic festivals. Further information about the carillon and the music program at St. John's Cathedral may be found on the Cathedral website: www.stjohns-cathedral.org.

Enjoying a picnic on a beautiful evening on the lawn across 12th Street from the Cathedral is one of Spokane's hidden treasures. Arai will begin playing his spectacular concert about 9pm. The city fireworks at 10pm are best viewed from the roadway along the north side of the Cathedral. Free parking is available behind Lindaman's Restaurant at Grand Boulevard and 13th Street.


KYRS Radio presents Marmot Fest July 12



Enjoy great music and great fun all day at the 2014 Marmot Fest, Saturday, July 12 at Glover Field in Peaceful Valley. This all-day, solar-powered music festival runs from 1 to 11pm. This family friendly festival, will have a food court, Ninkasi beer and wine garden, visual art, drumming, non-profit booths, and much more. All proceeds benefit KYRS radio.

Musical performers include Rogue Wave, Fly Moon Royalty, The Hoot Hoots, Marshall Poole, Angela Marie Project, Vaughn Jensen Band, Folkinception and Floating Crowbar.

General Admission tickets $20 for the whole day and available through Ticketswest. Kids under 13 free. For more festival information, visit www.marmotfest.com.


Eric Bibb is coming to the Bing



Famed Bluesman Eric Bibb is coming to Bing Theater in Spokane for a rare visit Wednesday July 9 at 7:30 pm. Bibb's rich and sensitive vocals and lyrics provide a perfect balance to his fine finger picking technique. Ticketswest has your seats.


Happy Together Tour with Gary Lewis and the Playboys



Join the fun outdoors at Northern Quest Resort and Casino on July 10 at 7:30 for the Happy Together 30th Anniversary Tour. This show includes Gary Lewis and The Playboys, The Turtles featuring Flo & Eddie, Chuck Negron of Three Dog Night, Mark Farner formerly of Grand Funk Railroad and Mitch Ryder and The Detroit Wheels.

Go to northernquest.com for more information and tickets.


Join the fight against Breast Cancer and Paint for the Cure July 25



Join the Pink Tie Guys and Van Gogh & Merlot as they 'Paint for the Cure', a breast cancer awareness event. This fun event will take place Friday, July 25 at 6:30pm, held at the Kress Gallery at RiverPark Square, 3rd floor.

Tickets are $50 and your donation includes a painting class with instruction and materials, snacks, local wine, raffles and prizes.

Let your inner artist come out! Reserve your spot today. For more information and to register, email vangoghandmerlot@gmail.com or call 210-885-2441. Visit the website at www.vangoghandmerlot.com.

All proceeds benefit the Susan G. Komen Eastern Washington Affiliate in the fight against breast cancer.

Summer Concert Series returns to Prince of Peace Lutheran Church

Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 8441 N. Indian Trail Road, again presents their free Summer Concert Series which takes place on the hillside lawn of the church from 7 to 9 pm. Concert guests are invited to bring refreshments or purchase food from vendors on site.

Here is this year's line up:
Wednesday, July 9th, Hot Club of Spokane, Jazz and Swing Food vendor: Adelo's Pizza, pizza by the slice and pasta by special order.

Wednesday, July 16th, Just Plain Darin, Acoustic Covers and Originals. Food vendor: Patty's Tacos, 'Street tacos' and Mexican.

Wednesday, July 23rd, Blues Edition, Blues and Rock, 'Show and Shine' car show beginning at 6pm. Food vendor: JJ's Grill & Brewhouse, Burgers and hot dogs.

For more information: 509-465-0779 or www.popspokane.org.

Tickets on sale now for 'A Hard Day's Night' at the Bing August 20



Meet the Beatles all over again in a one-night-only showing of the revolutionary musical comedy film 'A Hard Day's Night,' Wednesday August 20, 6:30 p.m. at the Bing Crosby Theater in Downtown Spokane. Tickets are $10 general admission, available now from Spokane Public Radio at 509-328-5729.

Just one month after they exploded onto the U.S. scene with their Ed Sullivan appearance, John, Paul, George, and Ringo began working on a project that would bring their talent to the big screen. 'A Hard Day's Night' follows the Fab Four, who play exaggeratedly exuberant versions of themselves, on a trip from Liverpool to London to make a TV appearance. Along the way they must deal with an uptight manager, hordes of fans and McCartney's strange grandfather.

For this 50th anniversary edition of 'A Hard Day's Night,' Janus Films has digitally restored the entire film and hired Giles Martin, the son of the Beatles' producer, to remix and remaster the iconic soundtrack at the legendary Abbey Road Studios.

Tickets for this one-night-only event are available at the front desk of Spokane Public Radio, 2319 N. Monroe Street in Spokane, or by calling 509-328-5729. For more information and a trailer, visit spokanepublicradio.org/beatles.


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