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Wednesday, June 3, 2015

The Super Heroes are coming to Spokane!

It's Marvel Universe Live, with your favorite Marvel Super Heroes including Spider-Man and the Avengers, Iron Man, Black Widow, Hulk and more, coming to the Spokane Arena for 7 big shows this Thursday, June 4 through Sunday, June 7. Ticketswest has your seats at or 800-325-SEAT.

Laugh with the Wayans at Northern Quest

The Wayans family featuring Shawn, Marlon & Damon Jr. will perform this Saturday, June 6 for a hilarious show at Northern Quest. Popular for successful shows like 'In Living Color,' 'The Wayans Bros.,' and 'Scary Movie', this will be a great night of laughs. Show starts at 7:30. Tickets are $55, $65 and $75 and available at

Spokane's First Friday

This First Friday, June 5, you can find great art and music all over town.

Don't miss the artwork of Debbie McCulley at the Market Place Winery, at 39 W Pacific Ave, along with artist Kim Long. Live music by Isaiah Dalager.
Barrister Winery features artwork by Gay Witherspoon, at 1213 W Railroad Ave.
The Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture (MAC) in Browne's Addition will display works of Kathleen Cavender with live music by Mike Ross.
The Bozzi Gallery at 221 N. Wall has Ed Tyler as guest artist. Classical Guitarist Carlton Oakes will perform.

For a complete listing of First Friday events, visit Hours are 5-8pm unless otherwise noted.

Trace Adkins at the Fox tonight

Award-winning multi-platinum country music star Trace Adkins will perform at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox tonight, June 3. Doors open at 7pm, concert begins at 8. The Grammy-nominated member of the Grand Ole Opry will treat the audience with a performance that mixes classic honky tonk with elements of gospel, blues, and rock & roll. With over 10 million albums sold, Adkins' hits include 'You're Gonna Miss This,' 'Ladies Love Country Boys,' and 'Hillbilly Bone' (with Blake Shelton). Atkins is also an actor, author and spokesman for the Wounded Warrior Program and the American Red Cross, for whom he helped raise over $1.5 million dollars as winner of NBC's All-Star Celebrity Apprentice.

Tickets are available at the Box Office or at 509-624-1200, and all TicketsWest outlets.

Live Music Tonight at Poole's Public House

Don't miss Christy Lee Comrie who will be performing on tonight, June 3 at the Poole's Public House from 6-9pm. It's Women's Wednesday, with half price wine and $5 martini's. Poole's Public House, is located at 101 E Hastings Rd. Visit

This week at Arbor Crest

Performers on the Patio this Thursday, June 4, has the acoustic guitar & vocals of Ron Green, with featured artists Emily Travis. Concert is 5:30-7:30, no cover charge.

For this Sunday's Concert on the Cliff, Marshall Catch will perform Indie Alternative Rock. Concert begins at 5:30 and continues to sunset. $8 cover. Visit for more information.

The Park Bench Cafe's Free Summer Concert Series Continues

This Friday, June 5, enjoy the music of Kevin Schibel at the Park Bench Cafe in Manito Park. Concert runs from 6-8pm and great food and beverages are available for purchase, including wine and beer for the concert.

Trackside Studio Ceramic Art Gallery presents 'Local Raku'

Trackside Gallery at 115 S. Adams presents 'Local Raku', an invitational June 5 through 30, featuring Spokane artists Leslie Ahrens, Lee Ayars, Daryl Baird, Liz Bishop, Jeff Harris, David Hutchens, Ginger Oakes and Jill Smith. Opening Receptions and Meet and Greet the Artists are this First Friday, June 5, from 5-8pm and Saturday, June 6, noon-4pm.

The exhibit features ceramics produced using the Raku process. Contemporary Raku is a low fired process ending with the removal of pieces from the kiln while still glowing hot. Depending on what effect the artist wants, the pottery is then either instantly cooled in water, cooled slowly in the open air, or placed in a barrel filled with combustible material, such as newspaper, covered, and allowed to smoke. It is Raku's unpredictable results and intense color that attract modern potters.

Trackside Studio Gallery hours are Wednesday - Friday, 11am-3pm. For more information call 509-863-9904 or go to

The Friends of Manito Spring Plant Sale is this Saturday

For all you gardeners out there, don't miss this year's Spring Plant Sale put on by The Friends of Manito, this Saturday, June 5. The sale will be East of the Gaiser Conservatory in Manito Park.

For a listing of plants available at this year's sale, visit and for sale hours, visit

Kevin Cole at the Kroc Center June 12

From Carnegie Hall to Coeur d'Alene: Internationally acclaimed pianist and vocalist Kevin Cole performs at the Coeur d'Alene's Kroc Center, Friday June 12, at 7pm.

Kevin Cole has delighted audiences with a repertoire that includes the best of 20th Century American Music. His performances, especially his interpretation of Gershwin, have prompted accolades from some of the foremost critics in American music. "When Cole sits down at the piano, you would swear Gershwin himself was at work. Cole stands as the best Gershwin pianist in America today," wrote Howard Reich, arts critic for The Chicago Tribune.

It is rare opportunity to see someone of Kevin's caliber perform in a small venue such as the Kroc Center as in the past he has filled the Hollywood Bowl, the Kennedy Center and Royal Albert Hall. As a matter of fact, he played Carnegie Hall on May 7 and on June 3, he will play in New York again for the Marv Hamlisch tribute sharing a stage with Bernadette Peters, Lucie Arnaz, Michael Douglas, Idina Menzel and more.

Kevin was vocally trained by Hugh Martin who also trained Judy Garland and wrote 'The Trolly' song. Kevin tells background stories for each piece...he is witty and engaging and a fabulous all around entertainer. He will be playing the music of Ira Gershwin, songs from 20th Century American songbook and Rhapsody in Blues as written.

For tickets and more information call 208-660-2958 or go to

Shaping Sound Coming to the INB October 30

Break The Floor Productions and WestCoast Entertainment, a division of Red Lion Hotels Corporation has announced that North America's hottest new dance show, Shaping Sound, will perform one night only at the INB Performing Arts Center in Spokane on Friday, October 30 at 7:30pm. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 19 at 10am at Experience the exhilarating collaboration of North America's newest dance visionaries as they mash-up music genres and dance styles in an explosive dance theater experience perfect for all ages.

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